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Suppressing dust

Suppressing dust

Coal handler uses atomised dust suppression for site cleanliness and equipment efficiency.

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Gerry Riley joins RJM International

Gerry Riley joins RJM International

RJM International has appointed Dr Gerry Riley as Principal Fuels and Combustion Engineer, as company develops its ultra-low NOx burner retro-fit and biomass conversion projects in the UK and overseas.

India opens door to coal industry privatisation

India opens door to coal industry privatisation

The Indian government has begun the process of reallocating the cancelled coal blocks – and opened the door to the private sector in the process.

TECO Energy sells coal mining assets

TECO Energy sells coal mining assets

TECO Energy sells its coal mining subsidiary to Cambrian Coal, part of the Booth Energy Group.

Blow dealt to Anglo American expansion project

Blow dealt to Anglo American expansion project

Anglo American has been refused a license to extend the life of its Drayton coal mine in eastern Australia.

 

Indian CBM gas production threatened by low prices and potential bottlenecks

Indian CBM gas production threatened by low prices and potential bottlenecks

Though coalbed methane could provide ample gas to meet India’s supply needs, low prices and potential infrastructure bottlenecks could cap production growth and delay investment.

Peabody Energy announces quarterly results

Peabody Energy announces quarterly results

Peabody Energy announces financial results for Q3 2014.

Polish coal miner cuts production forecast amid industry woes

Polish coal miner cuts production forecast amid industry woes

State-owned Polish coal miner, JSW, has reduced its production and CAPEX forecasts in an effort to regain profitability.

China’s gas demand will grow but so will its need for coal

China’s gas demand will grow but so will its need for coal

China’s tightening environmental policies will not stop its demand for coal growing by 2 billion t by 2030, according to a new report from Wood Mackenzie.

 

Cliffs writes down met coal assets

Cliffs writes down met coal assets

Cliffs Natural Resources will record a US$6 billion write-down of its metallurgical coal and iron ore assets on the back of adverse market conditions.

Update on Crown Mountain permitting process

Update on Crown Mountain permitting process

Jameson Resources announces progress has been made in the permitting process for the Crown Mountain metallurgical coal project in Canada.

A week in coal: 17 October 2014

A week in coal: 17 October 2014

News stories that caught the eye of the World Coal news team this week.

Weir Minerals acquires Trio Engineered products

Weir Minerals acquires Trio Engineered products

Weir Minerals looks to expand product base as company acquires Trio Engineered Products.

 

Surface miners in China

Surface miners in China

A Wirtgen 2200 SM 3.8 surface miner is being used in the Chinese province of Xinjiang as mining firms in the region move away from conventional drilling and blasting.

IchorCoal buys stake in Universal Coal

IchorCoal buys stake in Universal Coal

IchorCoal has completed the purchase of a 29.99% stake in Universal Coal.

Jameson Resources receives coal quality data

Jameson Resources receives coal quality data

Dunlevy coal project tests point to high yields and low ash content.

Mongolian coal operations ramp up production

Mongolian coal operations ramp up production

Guildford Coal subsidiary, Terra Energy, reaches milestone in Mongolia as company ships 14,300 t of coal.

 

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