The increased use of scrap steel in the steelmaking process will reduce demand growth for metallurgical coal and iron ore.
The US Department of Interior's Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement awarded Arch Coal's Mountain Laurel Complex with a National Good Neighbor Award for ongoing community service efforts.
Production at Guidlford Coal’s Baruun Noyon Uul metallurgical coal mine is on track to reach 125 000 tpm by the end of year.
ION Engineering has successfully completed the first pilot scale testing of its proprietary solvent and process technology for the removal of CO2 from large point sources, including coal-fired power plants – capturing over 99% of CO2.
US electricity generation from natural gas exceeded that from coal in July for only the second time ever.
Terex Port Solutions and Terex Fuchs have provided a new coal handling system for an industrial company at Henkel AG & Co. KGaA.
US Rep. Ed Whitfield, chairman of the House Energy and Power Subcommittee, opposes the Environmental Protection Agency’s new cap and trade rules to regulate carbon dioxide emissions.
Kibo Mining reports significantly improved financials for the Mbeya coal to power project’s coal mine component.
Oracle Coalfields enters into a consortium agreement with the Shangdong Electric Power Corp. of China for both parties to be sponsors of a 600 MW indigenous coal-fired power plant that will be develop and operated by Thar Electricity Ltd.
A round-up of some of this week’s key news items from the international coal industry, from project updates to the latest statements on HELE coal technologies and CCS.
CEO of the World Coal Association provides an outlook on the EIA’s 2015 World Energy Outlook Special Report on Southeast Asia.
Patriot Coal Corp. announces that it will start a plan of reorganisation.
Tenova enters into final negotiations with SGS to sell its EPCM business operations based in South Africa: Bateman Projects.
Geoscientists and engineers’ open letter to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change emphasises storage of CO2 for carbon capture and storage is secure, safe and important in contributing to climate change mitigation.
More than 100 companies, research and educational institutions from across Europe have joined together under the patronage of the European Union to form the EIT Material.
RC Inspection Group’s RCI Analytical Services, based in Mongolia, is now ISO 17025 accredited – the company’s second accredited laboratory.