The US Department of Energy has recently announced plans to provide up to US$22 million for research aimed at achieving breakthroughs in the efforts to capture carbon dioxide directly from ambient air.
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To date, the company has not recorded any cases of COVID-19 among the Whitehaven workforce but it continues to plan for a range of scenarios.
Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has announced the government’s wage subsidy which The Mining Association of Canada believes will help provide support to Canada’s mining industry.
As a result of separate actions by the Premier of Quebec and the President of South Africa to contain the spread of COVID-19, Rio Tinto has decided to slow down some of its operations.
Following the unprecedented rainfall and flooding brought by recent storms, the Welsh and UK governments have asked the Coal Authority to coordinate vital public safety work.
According to Rystad Energy, COVID-19 could decelerate energy transition by giving coal an unforeseen boost.
Sandvik AutoMine® for trucks provides, providing autonomous truck haulage not only in underground environments but now also on the surface.
The health and wellbeing of the 372 000 men and women working in the state resources sector is the priority for the Queensland Resources Council (Australia) and its member companies in response to the novel coronavirus.
SouthGobi Resources Ltd. has announced the appointment of Jianmin Bao as a non-executive director of the company.
Vale has updated the market on the steps and policies it is taking to safeguard its employees and business.
China’s push to improve efficiency as part of its efforts to clean up air and reduce greenhouse gas emissions is set to drive upgrades in both the automotive and manufacturing industries.