The 2018 edition of BP's Statistical Review highlights the growth in global energy demand in 2017, a key highlight being the growth in coal.
The latest coal news
Russian coal exports by rail hit an all time high in May, despite the ongoing rail maintenance that commenced in April.
The objective of the Laboratory Research Call is to solicit and award research projects to develop air separation technologies to be used in advanced fossil energy-based modular energy systems.
Mechel PAO prolongs its long-term coal deal with JFE Steel Corp. by another three years until June 2021.
Wollongong Coal Ltd has reached a resolution with the Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) regarding the payment of authorisation fees for the next five years.
Recently, the Beijing Municipal Commission vowed to reduce Beijing's coal use to less than 4.2 million t in 2018.
Critical infrastructure, such as fire services equipment, remains in place and the site is monitored and patrolled by security services.
East Mining Company’s Shakhtersk coal terminal reportedly shipped a record 1 million t of coal in May, despite poor weather conditions.
Drax Power Station takes fourth coal-fired power generating unit offline as it prepares to convert it to run on sustainable biomass.
Mechel and JFE Steel Corporation have agreed to prolong their long-term coal supply contract till 2021.
Caterpillar has produced its 1000th 797 ultra-class mining truck. The truck’s applications include coal, iron ore and copper mines, with the largest populations working in North America, South America and Australia.