Power-related Industries

Environmental Protection

SPIC has 16。2 billion tons of coal reserves, 80。1 million t/y of coal production capacity and 12 operational coal mines, including 7 underground mines (5。1 million t/y in total) and 5 10million t/y class open-pit mines (75 million t/y in total), mainly located in regions such as Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang and Guizhou。 SPIC’s overall coal self-sufficiency rate has reached 26。5%。

Huolinhe South Open-pit Coal Mine

The three 10 million t/y class open pit mines in Huolinhe, Inner Mongolia, i.e. the South Coal Mine, the North Coal Mine and the Zhahanur Coal Mine, have a total production capacity of 46 million t/y. Baiyinhua Green Energy Base is pictured below.


SPIC has one railway in operation (Chifeng–Daban–Baiyinhua Railway) with a length of 331 km, a Class I single-line local railway with a transportation capacity of 20。6 million t/y。 Starting to operate in 2012, the annual transportation capacity reached up to 15。41 million tons in 2016。 There is one heavy load railway under commissioning (Jinzhou–Chifeng Railway) with a length of 296 km, a class I single-line national railway with a transportation capacity of 22。29 million t/y。 In October 2016, the heavy load trial run began。 It is predicted to be put into operation by December 2017。

SPIC owns two ports under construction. A specialized coal marine terminal at Jinzhou Port, Liaoning: the designed shipment capacity is 35 million t/y. The shipment first stage capacity of the project is 18 million t/y. In October 2016, heavy load trial run initiated. It is predicted to be put into production in 2017. A specialized coal marine terminal at Binhai Port, Jiangsu: the designed annual unloading capacity is 20 million t/y and the designed annual shipment capacity is 19 million t/y. The first stage unloading capacity of the project is 12 million t/y and the shipment capacity is 5 million t/y. In December 2012, the project was commenced. In April 2017, heavy load trial run initiated.

The coal transportation channel consisting of Chifeng–Daban–Baiyinhua Railway, Jinzhou–Chifeng Railway and specialized coal marine terminal at Jinzhou Port will be put into operation at the end of 2017.

Chifeng–Daban–Baiyinhua Railway

Chifeng–Daban–Baiyinhua Railway is located in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region,and starts from Baiyinhua Coal Field to Chifeng with a total length of 331 km. Open to traffic in 2012, it is a local Grade I single-track railway with a throughput of 20.6 million t/y.

Dock of Jinzhou Port

SPIC plans to build three 70,000-ton berths for loading coal at the dedicated coal dock of Jinzhou Port, with a designed loading capacity of 35 million t/y, and Phase I capacity of 18 million t/y。 The construction started in May 2011, and Phase I of the project is expected to be put into operation in 2017。


SPIC has an aluminum smelting capacity of 2。485 million t/y, mainly distributed in areas that are rich in resources and energy, such as East Inner Mongolia, Ningxia and Qinghai。 With hydropoweraluminum and coal-power–aluminum industry chains, SPIC reduces production cost and promotes the efficiency of resource utilization。

SPIC has an alumina refining capacity of 2。6 million t/y, and most alumina is produced in Shanxi。 The total reserve of bauxite reached around 1。9 billion tons, mainly located in Guinea, Guizhou and Shanxi。

400 kA Ningdong aluminum potline in Ningxia
Shanxi Aluminum’s 2.6 million t/y alumina refinery
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