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The Queensland Resources Council has welcomed the federal government’s approval for New Acland Stage 3 Continuation Project.
Glencore is on schedule to resume operations at the Integra underground mine in the first quarter of the year.
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Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. is adding a new product to its mercury capture program to help reduce mercury emissions by preventing scrubber reemission events.
The company has announced it is to construct two coal-fired thermal power plants in Uttar Pradesh State in Northern India.
Under the agreement, Koppers will purchase coal tar, a byproduct of ArcelorMittal coke plants in the US.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd successfully commissions another 500 MW thermal unit in the state of West Bengal, India.
Tenova TAKRAF acquires the assets of FMC Technologies’ Material Handling Systems business unit based in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, US.
Rio Tinto has released its 4Q16 production results, reporting increases in hard and semi-soft coking coal and lower volumes of thermal coal.
Duke Energy has received preliminary approval from the NCDEQ of its plans to offer permanent water supplies to eligible neighbors near its North Carolina coal plants.
Edenville Energy has started trial mining at the Rukwa coal project near Sumbawanga in western Tanzania.
Kibo Mining has announced that both the Mbeya Coal Mine and Mbeya Power Plant Environmental and Social Impact Assessment scoping reports have been approved.
The Petra Nova project has begun commercial operation at the W. A. Parish Plant in Thompsons, Texas, southwest of Houston, US, and the US DOE has shown its support.