BHP Billiton’s recent Operational Review for the 2018 financial year, the company has achieved a 7% increase in metallurgical coal production to reach a new record figure.
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The Korea Customs Office is currently investigating two illegal shipments of North Korean coal to South Korea, disguised as Russian product.
The World Coal Association has commented on the IEA’s 2018 World Energy Investment report.
GE Power’s Ostroleka coal power plant technology will be specifically designed for operational flexibility to improve start time, start fuel, ramp-up and turn-down rate, and minimum load.
TEPCO Fuel and Power and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems have launched a digital solution service aimed at improving asset value of clean coal power plants.
Sales volume in January - June increased by 12% compared to the same period last year and amounted to 59.9 million t of coal and other bulk goods.
With a history of challenging federal regulatory power, US President Trump has nominated Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court.
The key recommendation of a report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has been welcomed by the Minerals Council of Australia.
Spain’s Mine Closure Plan seeks to guarantee the orderly closure of 26 coal mining units by the end of 2018. It includes €2.13 billion in government subsidies to support the closure of these mines.
Ian Macfarlane, Chief Executive of the Queensland Resources Council, also said that North Queensland would benefit from a new HELE coal-fired power station to help reinforce the National Electricity Market.
CONSOL Energy and CONSOL Coal Resources have scheduled a second quarter 2018 earnings release and conference call