New coal mining company Minergy Limited in Botswana is set to become the supplier of choice to consumers across southern Africa.
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Tanzania’s President Magufuli intends for the government to work on a new, closer and mutually beneficial engagement with the private sector.
Rio Tinto has agreed to sell its interest in the Winchester South coal project to Whitehaven for AUS$200 million.
Weir has released its 2017 gender pay gap information for its consolidated UK businesses, and outlines how it is working to close the gap.
InfiNet Wireless has deployed a wireless infrastructure for the largest coal producer in Kazakhstan.
Local girls in central Queensland have recently taken part in an all-girls Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy event.
Full-scale construction of a coal gasification furnace begins at the 540 MW IGCC plant in Fukushima.
The company intends to use the proceeds to finance its ongoing and new power projects, coal mining projects and renovation, and modernisation of power stations.
“We support the Act because the continued retirement of coal-fired power plants across the country is threatening the reliability and resilience of the nation’s electricity grid.”
High belt speeds represent a challenge for scrapers. Cleaning results are often less than satisfactory. But that is not always the case, as you can see at the opencast lignite mine in Jänschwalde, Germany.
A new study from Infiniti Research shows that competitor analysis can help coal mining companies to effectively position their products in the market.
“Despite the predictions of green activists, the value of thermal coal exports surged 18%, while the worth of LNG exports lifted 15%,” says Queensland Resources Council.
Flexco is set to showcase its splicing and transfer point solutions to optimise belt conveyor performance.