New World Resources will revive the Debiensko coal project in Poland, following results of pre-feasibility study
Chinese coal production dropped last year for the first time since 2000, according to figures from the China National Coal Association.
Coal explorers in Botswana are pressing ahead with plans to begin production without the Trans-Kalahari railway
India could open up its coal industry to commercial mining by private companies in the near future, said the country’s Minister for Coal and Power.
In the US, House Republicans have argued that rules to regulate the handling of coal ash will only create confusion
Coal-fired generation remained top of the UK energy mix in 2014 but faced strong challenges from gas and renewables.
The World Coal news team rounds up the headline stories that broke in the global coal industry this week
Ember Resources backing of coalbed methane in Canada is paying dividends
The head of the National Mining Association outlines three reasons to be positive on the chances of challenging the Clean Power Plan in 2015.
Coal mines may be put up for sale as Anglo American reviews its broader coal portfolio
The company does not officially exist but already there are rumours that Glencore may target South32 for takeover.
The US Energy Information Administration has released its estimate for week 3 production at US coal mines.
Peabody Energy names Glenn L Kellow as President and CEO
Hal Quinn calls for policies to boost economic growth rather than raise electricity bills and suffocate mine permitting in red tape.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said China will look to cut use of coal, while also promoting clean coal technologies
Mitsui OSK Line takes delivery of new bulk carrier ship to transport coal for power utility Chubu Electric Power