Head of Ore Division
Sergey Napolskikh has been with Stoilensky since April 2014. In his previous capacity, he worked as Managing Director with Eurasia Kachkanar GOK until March 2014. From 2006 to 2010, his positions included Chief Engineer and Managing Director at Vysokogorsky mining and beneficiation plant.
Sergey Napolskikh started his career in 1983 at Abansky coalmine as surveyor and geologist. He graduated from Moscow State Open University majoring in Mine Surveying.
He was awarded Miner of Russia Golden badge in 2009. He also received the Ural Mountain Prize in 2013 for his contribution to the development of the mining industry in the Urals.
Stoilensky improves safety in its open-pit mine
... automatically sets targets for the shift and monitors the employees’ progress against these targets. It also warns the operator if employees find themselves in a hazardous area or close by, or if process parameters or operating environment are not observed. Sergey Napolskikh, Stoilensky’s General Director, said: “Stoilensky has become one of the pioneers in the implementation of the positioning system in open pit mining. At present, the system has been launched at two sites of the Mine Administration, and ...
Stoilensky produces its 15-millionth tonne of pellets
... capacity of 6.7 million tonnes of pellets (+12% yoy). In March Stoilensky signed a development contract with the Finnish company Outotec to increase the pelletizing plant's installed capacity by a third - from 6 to 8 million tonnes of pellets per year. Sergey Napolskikh, Stoilensky General Director, said: “In order to reach the output of 8 million tonnes of pellets per year Stoilensky will need to upgrade several transformation stages of the current pelletizing plant. In particular, to build an additional ...
Stoilensky to boost iron ore production by 10%
... at the Lipetsk site require more quartzites, which are used as feedstock for the beneficiation plant. Stoilensky plans to supply more than 1.5 million tonnes of quartzites and 750,000 tonnes of rich ore from the southern deposit by the end of 2018. Sergey Napolskikh, General Director, Stoilenksy, said: “Previously, only small amounts of rich ore were being mined at the southern bank. In line with the mine development plan, we dewatered the deposit, removed power transmission lines from the mining area ...