Polish coking coal giant Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa has found a way to support the power industry and individual customers by selling coal to individual customers is made directly at the Budryk mine. JSW Management Board has decided to launch the production of coal for energy purposes in the Orzech range. Coal, the supply of which is expected to reach 180 tonnes per day from 16 August is sold at the Budryk mine for individual customers.Polish coal miner Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa aounced that coal buyer needs to come to the Budryk mine in Ornontowice with own transport and line up in front of the entrance gate. JSW said “Then the buyer submits an appropriate document confirming that there is a suitable coal combustion source at the address indicated. Coal is loaded, the car is loaded onto the scales, where the documents are issued and the payment is proceeded. It should be noted that only cash is accepted at the cash desk. This is the last stage related to the purchase of coal.”JSW said “A person who wants to purchase coal for several people must have powers of attorney with him, authorizing him to make a legible signature on the buyer's behalf on the invoice, which includes a declaration confirming the purchase and intended use of the coal. In addition, the buyer must provide a document confirming that there is a coal combustion source at the address. If a given transport does not have so-called partitions - people should write a handwritten statement of consent to combined loading.”JSW added “We would like to remind you that the daily sale of Walnut coal will not exceed 180 tonnes. Each buyer can purchase three tonnes. At the same time, we would like to inform you that Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa will not introduce online sales. It should be emphasized that the company produces coking coal used in the production of steel. However, being aware of the situation on the steam coal market, JSW's management board decided to support individual clients to start producing coal in the Walnut assortment, which can be burned in home stoves.”This year, JSW will produce 400,000 tons of steam coal more than planned. In total, in 2022, the Company will produce over 2.7 million tons of coal for energy purposes.