Anglo American has released its preliminary 2016 results.
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Georgia Power has announced the election of two directors to its Board of Directors.
China is to ban all coal imports from North Korea, including coal that is already in transit.
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The Association has warned that the UK government’s plans for a coal phase out are unrealistic and damaging for the energy sector.
"Very simply, Canada is not as attractive as it used to be for mineral investment, and competition for those dollars is growing globally,” said Pierre Gratton, President and CEO, MAC.
Teck Resources Ltd has reported unaudited record 4Q16 adjusted profit attributable to shareholders of CAN$930 million.
Work for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for Kibo Mining’s Mbeya coal to power project has been completed.
American Coal Council and the Coal Trading Association are combining together to form one organisation, under the existing American Coal Council name.
An independent report commissioned by government, industry and research organisations has laid down a comprehensive plan for carbon capture and storage (CCS) deployment in Australia.
Having experience a four-year contraction in large equipment deliveries early in 2016, shipments of large mobile opencast mining equipment shipped during the last calendar quarter increased by almost 30%.
According to a new Climate Analytics report, the EU will need to phase out CO2 emissions from all of its coal plants in the next 15 years if it is to honour the Paris Agreement’s long-term temperature goals.
Following the appointment of George Roskos as Director of Atlantic Carbon Group plc (ACG), the majority of ACG Directors are no resident and based in the USA.
Mechel’s reported strong coal sales in 4Q16, which was achieved by concentrating sales in a profitable Asian market.
The ‘Coal: Making the future possible” campaign highlights the role coal has to play in future energy generation.
The Botswana Chamber of Mines has announced that it will adopt the Towards Sustainable Mining initiative.
Anglo American plc has announces that Sir John Parker has informed the Nomination Committee of the Board of Anglo American of his intention to step down.
According to a recent report from the US EIA, sulfur dioxide emissions produced in the generation of electricity at power plants in the US declined by 73% from 2006 to 2015.
Mr Scott becomes the Group’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer effective immediately and will join the Board as Managing Director at the conclusion of the 2017 Annual General Meeting in November.
The company has plans to submit a further Small Mine Permit at the Groundhog North Project to further increase production.
John D. Sheehan will succeed Kevin Bradley as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Terex, as of 27 February.
The World Coal Association says it is not credible to suggest that India can achieve universal energy access and develop its economy without coal in the next 10 years, regardless of the country’s investment in renewables.