BHEL receives its largest export order worth US$1.5 billion for setting up a 1320 MW super thermal power project in Bangladesh.
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The restoration proposal would mean a major transformation project for the East Ayrshire opencast coal mine.
China’s coal imports are at their highest in nearly three years, subsequent to a ban from shipments from North Korea.
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The US EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt brings Back-to-Basics Agenda to Missouri coal-fired power plant.
The UK’s National Grid expects that today will likely be the first day without coal in the UK since the industrial revolution.
Kal Tire expands its presence in South Africa through the acquisition of the South Africa operations of Tyre Corporation.
Edenville Energy plc (AIM:EDL), has provided an update on a key element of its Rukwa Coal Project in western Tanzania.
Although they have been around for a long time, there is still misunderstanding around how waste heat recovery units can be used by the coal industry says Matthew Crewe from waste heat recovery solution specialists Green’s.
Current commitments to reduce CO2 emissions could mean forgoing US$100 trillion in fossil fuel revenues by 2050.
David Mason has resigned from the Board of Directors of Intra Energy Corp. to avoid a conflict of interests.
Aspire Mining’s 50% owned Ekhgoviin Chuluu Joint Venture with the Noble Group receives a conceptual mining study for the Nuurstei coal project.
Caterpillar Inc. has announced that Ray Wilkins has been elected to the Caterpillar board of directors effective immediately.
Under the inaugural NERA Innovation Voucher programme, 10 Australian businesses have each been awarded a AUS$20 000 grant.
BHEL has successfully commissioned two units of 270 MW at RattanIndia Nasik Power Ltd’s 5 x 270 MW thermal power project, located in Nashik District of Maharashtra, India.
Dr Vanessa Guthrie, Chair of the Minerals Council of Australia, believes Australia’s minerals industry and its mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector need to collaborate better.
According to a report from the EIA, most coal plants in the US have an average operating age of 39 years.