On June 12, the coal terminal project of Jinzhou port in Liaoning Province started construction. This large coal port is equipped with a dedicated coal railway, which will build a new channel for the rich coal resources in the eastern part of Inner Mongolia.
Jinzhou Port coal terminal phase I project is located in the west coast of Jinzhou port. Three 70000 ton coal loading berths will be built to form 820 meters of wharf shoreline. The total investment of the project is about 4.19 billion yuan. After completion, the loading capacity of 35 million tons / year will be formed.
??? Jinzhou Port coal terminal phase I project is funded by China Power Investment Baiyinhua Coal Power Co., Ltd., Jinzhou Port Co., Ltd., Datang International Power Generation Co., Ltd., and Guodian Northeast Electric Power Co., Ltd. in the proportion of 53%, 33%, 10% and 4%. It was approved by the national development and Reform Commission on April 14, this year. After completion, it will be a large professional code to provide public transportation services for the society Head.
Supporting Jinzhou coal port, a 287.7km Coal Railway (Jinchi railway) started construction from Jinzhou West Port Station, passing Huludao City, Chaoyang City, Liaoning Province to Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia. Before that, the Chi Da Bai railway, which was invested and constructed by China Power Investment Corporation, was completed and opened to traffic in December 2008. The railway starts from Chifeng City in the south, passes through Daban Town and ends at Baiyinhua, with a total length of 331km.
Lu Qizhou, general manager of China Power Investment Corporation, who attended the opening ceremony on December 12, said that the Jinchi railway is scheduled to open to traffic in 2013. By then, the rich resources of Baiyinhua, Wujianfang and other coal fields in Xilingol League of Inner Mongolia will be transported out of the country by railway, and will become a supply line to guarantee the national energy demand.
The eastern part of Inner Mongolia is rich in coal resources, with a prospective coal reserve of more than 220 billion tons, which can provide energy support for many provinces in the northeast and even the south.