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Loesche opens workshop in India

Loesche opens workshop in India

Loesche has created a workshop in Chennai City to serve the Indian power industry.

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Cokal transfers management to Indonesia

Cokal transfers management to Indonesia

Cokal is close to completing its relocation of management and administrative functions to Indonesia.

Mechel reports higher coal sales in 1Q16

Mechel reports higher coal sales in 1Q16

Leading Russian coal miner Mechel has reported high metallurgical coal concentrate and thermal coal sales in 1Q16.

Carbon Energy turns to solar

Carbon Energy turns to solar

UCG developer Carbon Energy is to investigate installing a solar power plant at its Bloodwood Creek site following a ban on UCG development in Queensland.

New CEO for Antwerp Port Authority

New CEO for Antwerp Port Authority

Jacques Vandermeiren has been selected as the next CEO of Antwerp Port Authority.

 

ABP equipping its Immingham terminal with Terex cranes

ABP equipping its Immingham terminal with Terex cranes

Associated British Ports orders Terex Gottwald portal harbour cranes for bulk handling at Port of Immingham, UK.

TerraCom closes in on Queensland purchase

TerraCom closes in on Queensland purchase

TerraCom is in the final stages of negotiations to acquire a mature coal mining operation in Queensland.

New mining lease granted for Baralaba North

New mining lease granted for Baralaba North

The Queensland state government has granted an additional mining lease for Cockatoo Coal’s Baralaba North mine.

NMA hits back at White House coal report

NMA hits back at White House coal report

The National Mining Association has accused the White House of “political malpractice” over a report into the current structure of the federal coal leasing programme.

 

Aspire and ETT work together to add value to Mongolian met coal

Aspire and ETT work together to add value to Mongolian met coal

Aspire Mining has signed an MoU with Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi to work together to identify optimum blends of Aspire’s Ovoot metallurgical coal with various coals from the Tavan Tolgoi deposit.

Apsatskiy mine receives new Scania trucks

Apsatskiy mine receives new Scania trucks

Five new Scania trucks have arrived at SUEK’s Apsatskiy opencast mine in Russia.

US Congressman Palmer speaks out for coal miners in Alabama

US Congressman Palmer speaks out for coal miners in Alabama

US Congressman Gary Palmer has shared a video detailing the stories of Alabama coal miners who have been affected by EPA regulations.

Freightliner PL receives first new locomotives

Freightliner PL receives first new locomotives

Coal and dry bulk rail freight operator, Freightliner Poland, has received the first of its new DRAGON locomotives.

 

New berthing policy for dry bulk cargo at major ports

New berthing policy for dry bulk cargo at major ports

The Ministry of Shipping has created a new berthing policy for dry bulk cargo for major ports, effective 20 August 2016.

MCA criticises no-coal vision

MCA criticises no-coal vision

The Minerals Council of Australia has criticised Infrastructure Victoria for excluding HELE coal technology from its long-term vision for the state.

NTPC and Coal India helping revive fertilizer plants in India

NTPC and Coal India helping revive fertilizer plants in India

NTPC Ltd and Coal India Ltd have signed an agreement to create a joint venture company that will help revive fertilizer plants in Sindri, Bihar, Gorakhpur and Uttar Pradesh.

SUEK and Russian Railways sign agreement

SUEK and Russian Railways sign agreement

Russian coal company SUEK and Russian Railways have signed a cooperation agreement.

 

 
 

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