Russian Megafactories: The largest dam in Russia’s Far East

The Bureya Dam has significantly reduced use of imported fuel in the region, a reduction to the tune of 5.2 million tons per year, which makes it possible to save 4.7 billion rubles a year.

The Bureya Dam has significantly reduced use of imported fuel in the region, a reduction to the tune of 5.2 million tons per year, which makes it possible to save 4.7 billion rubles a year.

Slava Stepanov / GELIO
The Bureya Dam is 140 meters tall and is the tallest dam of its type in Russia, this is comparable in height to a 50-story building.
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