JSC Almazy Anabara

The company was established in January 1998 as LLC Almazy Anabara for the purpose of alluvial diamond mining in the Anabar ulus (far north-west of Yakutia). In August 2004, it was reorganized into OJSC Almazy Anabara.

Production type:
Diamonds mining, exploration
Matvey Nikolaevich Yevseev, CEO

Contact details

JSC Almazy Anabara

18B, ul. Kirova, 677027, Yakutsk, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Russian Federation

E: office@alanab.ru


T: +7 (4112) 49-60-00

JSC Almazy Anabara is one of the leading companies in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). It has been a wholly owned subsidiary of ALROSA since 2007.

Almazy Anabara is engaged in rough diamond production at the placer deposits located near rivers and brooks in the northwest part of Yakutia, in the territories of six uluses (administrative districts). The enterprise develops 7 placers: Morgogor, Istok, Kholomolokh, Ebelyakh, Gusinoye, Ruchey 41 and Kurung-Yuryakh. In view of the harsh climate of the Far North, the development of the placer deposits is of seasonal nature and is conducted in summer months.

The enterprise employs about 1,800 people.

Apart from the deposits originally owned by Almazy Anabara, the enterprise currently also develops a group of placer deposits owned by Nizhne-Lenskoye, its subsidiary company acquired in 2013.

In 2014, Almazy Anabara produced 3.421 million carats of rough diamonds; its share in ALROSA Group’s production totaled 5% in 2016 (except for results of Nizhne-Lenskoye).

Nizhne-Lenskoye operates in the territories of Bulunsky and Anabarsky districts of Yakutia, not far from Almazy Anabara. The enterprise conducts mining at Molodo, Billyakh and Shlikhovoy Ruchey placer deposits. In 2016, Nizhne-Lenskoye alone produced 1.724 million carats of rough diamonds.

Today JSC Almazy Anabara is actively developing new businesses. In addition to its core competence – diamond mining and exploration, the company is successfully implementing new projects in the timber industry, food processing, as well as in agriculture and livestock farming.

This page was last updated on 28 August 2013 at 13.42