About the Group
The Lubelski Węgiel Bogdanka Group is one of the largest producers of hard coal in Poland. Our coal is mainly used to generate electricity and heat, with the energy sector in eastern and north-eastern Poland being the largest consumer.
The Group’s headquarters are located in Bogdanka, Puchaczów township, Lubelskie Voivodeship. Lubelski Węgiel Bogdanka is a part of the Enea group, serving as its Mining pillar. We have been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2009.
The parent company of our Group is Lubelski Węgiel Bogdanka S.A. [hereinafter: LW Bogdanka], which is engaged in underground pit mining, preparation and enrichment of hard coal, mainly for the commercial power sector, and at the same time coordinates and secures its sale, mainly on the basis of long-term contracts. The remaining companies serve mainly as auxiliary entities supporting the activity conducted by the parent company. The subsidiaries of our Group are as follows:
- Łęczyńska Energetyka, which produces heat, carries out overhauls, maintains and installs power equipment, and produces drinking and industrial water;
- Ekotrans Bogdanka, which organizes transportation and recovery of waste generated during washing and cleaning of coal shale, and reclamation of land;
- RG Bogdanka, which provides services, supplies and carries out mining works for LW Bogdanka;
- MR Bogdanka, which specializes in overhauls, regeneration and production of steel structures and provides services to LW Bogdanka. In 2022, the Company expanded the scope of its activities to include the washing of work clothes, preparation of beverages for LW Bogdanka and for companies providing services at the site of the mine.
At LW Bogdanka, coal production is carried out in three mining fields: Bogdanka, Nadrybie and Stefanów. In 2022, the majority of our output was the fine coal sort, at 98.1%. The remaining output was pea coal, at 1.3%, and chestnut coal at 0.6%. The Company currently holds four concessions for the mining of hard coal. Assuming that production continues at about 9 million tons per year, deposit resources in the key areas will be sufficient for more than 50 years of operation.