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Ukraine crisis to be main coal market driver
The main driver for coal and carbon markets this week is the development of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
New JCB wheel loaders use MTU engines
JCB Type 456 wheel loaders will soon be powered by Series 1000 engines from Rolls-Royce Power Systems subsidiary, MTU.
Condor moves ahead with €10 million coal funding
Condor Blanco Mines is proceeding to secure €10 million in funding as its reviews the Duel coking coal project in South Africa.
African Energy Resources provides coal project update
African Energy Resources has released an update regarding the Sese and Mmamabula coal projects.
Digital highlights - March 2014
A number of digital highlights from the March issue of World Coal magazine.
Anglo American withdraws from port expansion
Anglo American has withdrawn from a port expansion project in Australia, leaving Indian billionaires the only backers.
Tsubakimoto releases new range of shaft-hub locking devices
New power-lock shaft-hub locking devices ensures performance in corrosive environments.
Bauer Gear Motor looks to fall in line with regulations
Altra Industrial Motion’s Bauer Gear Motor will meet IE4 energy efficiency standards.
Thoresen Shipping expands global network
Thorsesen Shipping has opened offices in South Africa as it looks to expand its coal and dry bulk commodities shipment business.
Dubai firm to construct power plants in Pakistan
MoU signed between Pakistani Government and Dubai-based company to construct 1320 MW coal-fired power plant.
Anglo appoints CEO of South Africa coal business
Anglo American has appointed Themba Mkhwanazi as the CEO of the company’s South Africa coal business.
Peabody Energy announces organisational changes
Peabody Energy has announced several changes in its organisational structure, effective 1st April 2014.
Kentz wins Moatize coal contract
Kentz has been awarded the Phase 2 contract for Vale’s Moatize Coal Mining Project in Tete, Mozambique.
US coal companies to tackle water pollution
Coal companies and subsidiaries to spend upwards of US$ 200 million on treatment and system-wide upgrading to reduce water pollution.
Arch sells Hazard thermal coal mining complex
Arch Coal has sold its Hazard subsidiary to Blackhawk Mining, which includes a thermal coal mining complex and related infrastructure.
Ukraine crisis could push gas users towards coal
Analysts suggest gas users could be pushed toward investing is coal, as the crisis in Ukraine sends gas prices soaring.
Weir adds new service centre in Kazakhstan
Weir Minerals is to add a new service centre location in Kazakhstan, the third new centre to be opened this year.
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