China Coal Group constructed coal to chemical bases mainly in Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi and Shanxi with the principle of clean, efficiency, innovation, scientific layout and intensive development. We have strict controls on energy and water consumption, and pollutant emissions, to achieve the project scaled in the industry zone, the production in scope, the product refinement, and to effectively raise the level, range and added value of the coal based product, realizing the fine coal to chemicals by the the transition from the traditional to the modern method. On the basis of original coking and coal gasification, China Coal Group focuses on the development of coal to olefin, coal to fertilizer to promote transformation and upgrading of coal to chemicals.
Since 2010, China Coal Group has arranged modern coal to chemical projects in Yulin, Shaanxi Province, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, and Shuozhou, Shanxi Province. We have construed the Yulin 600 thousand-ton/year coal to olefin project in Shaanxi Province, the Mengda 600 thousand-ton/year engineering plastics project in Ordos, the Tuke project with the annual production capacity of 1 million tons of synthetic ammonia and 1.75 million tons of urea in Ordos, the China Coal Yuanxing 600 thousand-ton/year coal to methanol project and the demonstration project for comprehensive utilization of inferior coal in Pingshuo, Shanxi; and holds equity participation in Shanxi Yanchang China Coal Yulin Energy Chemical Company Limited (1.9 million tons/year olefin), Zhongtian Hechuang Energy Company Limited (1.37 million tons/year olefin) and Hebei China Coal Xuyang Coking Company Limited. Currently, the Tuke 1 million tons/year coal to methanol project is under construction and the Yulin Phase II is under preparation. Coal to Chemical products mainly are olefin, methanol, urea, ammonium nitrate and coke, etc., with an equity capacity about 10 million tons.
Polyolefin production: 1.46 million tons/year
Methanol production: 2.9 million tons/year
Urea production: 2.15 million tons/year
Coke production: 1.8 million tons/year