Inner Mongolia’s estimated 2021 coal production over 1.05 bn MT

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    Inner Mongolia autonomous region in North China is estimated to have produced more than 1.05 billion metric tonnes of coal in 2021, a rise from 1.006 billion tonnes in 2020, according to the regional energy bureau there. The region ranked first in China in terms of its coal delivery volume compared to other provincial-level regions last year.

    Entering the winter heating season and faced with increasing prices of energy resources in the international market, China has adopted a raft of measures to stabilise energy supply and expand coal production capacity, according to a Chinese government website.

    The monthly coal output in Inner Mongolia during the last quarter of 2021 exceeded 100 million tonnes, a record high in the past three years, providing 53 million tonnes of coal for power generation in 18 provincial-level regions across the country.

    Inner Mongolia autonomous region in North China is estimated to have produced more than 1.05 billion metric tonnes of coal in 2021, a rise from 1.006 billion tonnes in 2020, according to the regional energy bureau there. The region ranked first in China in terms of its coal delivery volume compared to other provincial-level regions last year.

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