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A week in coal: 19 September 2014
Stories that caught the eye of the World Coal news team this week.
Coal separation in Ireland
Hayes Fuels installs new coal separation units at its Irish operations.
Germany will cut support for overseas coal plants
Germany will limit the financial support that the KfW state development bank can give to coal projects abroad.
EPA regulations force closure of power plants
Study finds power plants likely to be retired in face of EPA regulations.
Geological modelling and mine design
Maptek adds Evorelution opencast scheduling solutions to product suite.
Polish coal-fired power plant outfits unit with new technology
Emerson technology will control a new 1075 MW ultra supercritical unit at the Kozienice coal-fired power plant in Poland.
Coalbed methane in Pennsylvania
Antonette Markowski, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Pennsylvania Geological Survey, US, provides an insight into the coalbed methane industry in Pennsylvania.
A new mechanical shaft seal
Plattco Corp. releases details of its new high-pressure mechanical shaft seal for conveying systems.
Remediation work at Botswana CBM project
Tlou Energy announces start of remediation work for the Selemo coalbed methane pilot pod in Botswana.
Tony Miotke is new dragline product engineering manager at Columbia Steel
Columbia Steel names Tony Miotke as product engineering manager of dragline team
China introduces coal import regulations
China looks to curb emissions by introducing a ban on so called ‘dirty’ coal.
Union loan could save Hatfield coal mine
National Union of Mineworkers steps in to save Hatfield coal mine in the UK with a £4 million loan.
Indian power company will resume supply to Madhya Pradesh
Indian power company, Damodar Valley Corp., agrees to resume power supply to Madhya Pradesh.
Dart Energy surrenders stake in Indian CBM blocks
ONGC’s CBM project in India hits stumbling block as Dart Energy surrenders stake in the CBM blocks.
Army Corps of Engineers stops review of Oregon coal export terminal
The US Army Corps of Engineers has halted its review of Ambre Energy’s coal export project in Oregon, following the state’s decision not to award the project a permit.
China could curb coal imports to help domestic coal sector
China is expected to soon curb shipments of coal in order to help out its struggling domestic coal sector.
October payment deadline for GVK
GVK must pay AU$ 560 million for Australian coal assets by new October deadline.
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