Chinese construction machinery company, Zoomlion, has made a bid for Terex, complicating the US company’s
CIMIC has revised its takeover bid for Sedgman following a complaint by Sedgman to the Australian Takeover Panel.
South32 has said it will take a US$1.7 billion impairment charge to its manganese, alumina and thermal coal businesses with the promise of more pain to come.
According to GMB, the UK government should not allow Fiddler’s Ferry power plant to closure until there is new capacity to maintain electricity supply.
Mongolian coal mine operator, Mongolian Mining Corp., has appointed restructuring advisors to help it deal with its debt load.
Australian energy company, AGL, is to withdraw from the Australian coal seam gas sector on the back of weak global oil prices and disappointing gas flow data at its Gloucester Gas Project.
The closure of the UK Fiddler’s Ferry plant is the latest example that the UK government has discarded ‘King Coal’ as part of the solution to the UK’s energy crisis, according to Unite.
SSE will enter into consultation with employees and stakeholders at Fiddler’s Ferry coal-fired power plant on a proposal to end commercial operations at three of the plant’s four units.
TerraCom, the operators of the Baruun Noyon Uul coal mine in Mongolia, is considering opportunities to buy existing coal mines in Queensland and Indonesia.
A new report from the Mining Association of Canada indicates the mining industry has made a strong economic contribution to Canada despite its downturn.
Co-founder of Atrum Coal, Gino D’Anna, has requested a general meeting to consider motions to dismiss two of the company’s non-executive directors.
Australia’s Hunter Valley farmers benefit from more fertile soil as a result of a carbon management project.
Metso appoints Eeva Sipilä as its new Chief Financial Officer.
A decision will be made this quarter on whether to move ahead with construction of a binderless coal brigquetting plant at a major coal producer in South Africa.
Wollongong Coal has increased its resources at its Wongawilli coal mine as its prepares to restart operations in 2Q16.
Jennmar is to buy DSI’s US mining operations, while DSI will purchase Jennmar’s European, Latin American and Australian businesses in a series of agreements.