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DTEK executives say government should agree to coal supplies from separatists

DTEK executives say government should agree to coal supplies from separatists

Coal-rich Ukraine turned into an importer of the fuel this year as Russia's war against the country interrupted supplies from Donbas to the nation's power plants.

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EPA to issue guidelines for handling and storage of coal ash

EPA to issue guidelines for handling and storage of coal ash

The Environmental Protection Agency will issue on Friday its first-ever guidelines on the handling and storage of coal ash.

Donbas agreed to sell coal to Kiev

Donbas agreed to sell coal to Kiev

“We are absolutely against the economic blockade, economic ties need to be restored,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said.

Safety first

Safety first

Investment plans in the African mining industry point to improving safety first, as well as increasing productivity.

Liebherr Group’s mining sector in decline

Liebherr Group’s mining sector in decline

Despite overall turnover of €8866 million, Liebherr reports a decline it is mining sector.

 

UK Coal Authority welcomes Triennial Review findings

UK Coal Authority welcomes Triennial Review findings

The UK Coal Authority has welcomed the findings of a Triennial Review into its work.

Tanker approaches BG Group’s Queensland Curtis LNG project

Tanker approaches BG Group’s Queensland Curtis LNG project

BG-owned tanker is on a course for the Queensland Curtis LNG project and, when there, will pick up LNG converted from coalbed methane.

What to look for in 2015

What to look for in 2015

Wood Mackenzie compiles new report, Horizons: what to look for in 2015, which sees potentially damaging effects on coal prices from China’s shift toward cleaner consumption.

Cluff Natural Resources appoints new COO

Cluff Natural Resources appoints new COO

Andrew Nunn has become Cluff Natural Resources’ new Chief Operating Officer. The company is currently focused on unlocking the potential of underground coal gasification.

 

Joy Global announces 4Q14 and full year results

Joy Global announces 4Q14 and full year results

Joy Global has announced its 4Q14 and full year results as CAPEX squeeze in the mining sector continues to impact results.

UK Government pledges more funds to research CCS

UK Government pledges more funds to research CCS

UK Government’s £2.5 million funding for CO2 storage evaluation signals commitment to second phase of CCS development.

Indentifying coal ash contamination in water

Indentifying coal ash contamination in water

New tracers developed by Duke University students can identify coal ash contamination in water.

Completion of Mooiplaats sale delayed to 1Q15

Completion of Mooiplaats sale delayed to 1Q15

Completion of the Mooiplaats mine sale has been put back to 1Q15 on delays with due diligence.

 

Miner dies at Highland mine in Kentucky

Miner dies at Highland mine in Kentucky

A miner has died after being hit by a coal hauler at Patriot Coal’s Highland mine in Kentucky.

Bowie to supply PacifiCorp to 2029

Bowie to supply PacifiCorp to 2029

Bowie Resource Partners will supply 2.8 million tpy of coal to PacifiCorp’s Huntingdon coal-fired power in Utah to 2029.

Green light for new coal terminal at Port of Newcastle

Green light for new coal terminal at Port of Newcastle

The proposed fourth terminal at the Port of Newcastle has been recommended for approval, despite softening coal market.

A fuel of the future

A fuel of the future

Alex Marshall, Clarke Energy, UK, explains how coalbed methane can reduce emissions, improve safety at minesites and generate onsite power.

 

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