GLNG CBM-to-LNG project has begun LNG production from its second train.
The US coal industry faces two decades of contraction, according to the US Energy Information Administration’s Reference Case forecast in the Annual Energy Outlook 2016.
Carbon capture technology developer, Inventys, has announced a number of leadership changes.
Wesfarmers says it will take a non-cash impairment charge on its Curragh coal mine on the back of continued weakness in coal export prices.
Prairie Mining has reported progress in its permitting process for the Lublin coal project in Poland.
The Supervisory Board of thyssenkrupp extends Dr Donatus Kaufmann’s contract by five years.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd has commissioned the first 800 MW supercritical thermal unit in Kanataka, India.
The Queensland Resources Council has criticised an amendment to the state’s mining law that re-establishes some objection rights to large mining projects.
Australian Pacific Coal has announced a coal resource estimate of a.1 billion t at the Dartbrook Project in New South Wales.
Following its expansion across Asia, RC Inspection Group’s office and laboratory based in Ulaanbaatar has changed its operational name to RC Inspection Asia Assayers.
Stephen McIntosh is to succeed Greg Lilleyman as the Group Executive, Technology & Innovation for Rio Tinto.
As stated in a recent survey by Timetric’s Mining Intelligence Centre (MIC), GEOVIA’s Surpac is the most widely used mining software across African mines.
Total throughput for the Port of Hamburg in 1Q16 was 2.5% lower compared to the previous year’s figures – with bulk cargo declining by 1.9%.
Hume Coal will not appeal against Justice Preston's Ruling in the NSW Land and Environment court.
Paringa Resources successfully amends its coal sales agreement with LG&E and KU for coal to be delivered from its proposed Buck Creek No.2 mine rather than its No.1 mine in Kentucky, US.
The US Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration is increasing enforcement of its ‘Rules to Live By’ initiative.