Central Coalfield Ltd plans to start new projects for coal mining in Jharkhand, India.
Prices for Polish coal will remain under pressure through 2016 as state-owned miner floods the market with cheap coal.
A round-up of some of this week’s key news items from the international coal industry, from the MATS ruling to the latest situations of coal-fired power plants.
Glencore is to close some of its Optimum Coal operations in South Africa due to weak coal prices, sparking an angry reaction from unions.
Monthly scrapping rates in the dry bulk shipping sector averaged 3.3 million DWT in 1H15 – well above last year’s 1.3 million DWT.
According to the US Energy Information Agency, coal, petroleum and natural gas could prevail as US energy sources, nevertheless renewables are a small but fast growing energy source in the US.
Poland-focused coal mine developer, Prairie Mining, is to seek listing on the London and Warsaw stock exchanges.
As Germany moves towards cutting emissions by 40% by 2020, it plans to close the largest brown coal-fired power plants in Germany.
A new report indicates that the global CBM market will grow at almost 6% per year to 2020.
Why recent changes matter for global thermal coal markets?
Prairie Mining secures exclusive right to be granted a Mining Concession for the Lublin coal project.
Peabody Energy announces update on 2Q15 financial targets.
Samson Materials Handling selects Malcom Youll as the new Managing Director and will be based at the Samson Office in Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK.
The World Coal Association is pleased and welcomes China’s announcement of its continued commitment to low emissions coal technology.
Murray Energy announces two lawsuits against the Obama EPA for illegal and unconstitutional rule expanding jurisdiction over waters and dry land in the USA.
Michelin Earthmover introduces a new mining tyre, the Michelin® XDR250, for 250 short t rigid dump trucks.