The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement has recently announced the winners of its 2020 Excellence in Surface Coal Mining Reclamation Awards.
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The Global CCS Institute welcomes China’s latest climate commitment, pledging to become carbon neutral by 2060.
According to the US Energy Information Administration’s latest coal data, Indiana consumed more coal in 2019 than any state in the US besides Texas and North Dakota.
At Technology Center Mongstad, testing of new technology for carbon capture is now being carried out.
Babcock & Wilcox has announced that its B&W Thermal segment will supply upgrades for Taiwan Power Co.’s Taichung Power Plant in Taiwan.
The US Department of Energy has recently announced plans to make US$122 million in federal funding available for cost-shared research and development under the funding opportunity announcement Carbon Ore, Rare Earth, and Critical Minerals Initiative for US Basins.
Australia’s resources sector is at the forefront of developing and deploying low emissions technologies which are central to Australian and global efforts to address climate change.
In a recent government white paper to the Norwegian parliament, the government proposes to launch a carbon capture and storage project in Norway, named ‘Longship'.
Thiess has introduced a second drill fitted with an autonomous drilling system, now in operation at its Lake Vermont project, Queensland.