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Coal is going to play an integral part in Japan’s power sector as COVID-19 affects the country’s solar projects’ development, according to GlobalData.
Doosan Infracore has won a series of new sales contracts for its large excavators in China, further strengthening its market base in the country.
Whitehaven Coal has welcomed the release of the New South Wales (NSW) government’s (Australia) comprehensive technical assessment for the Vickery Extension Project and its key recommendation that the Project can proceed.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased American voter concerns about the security of our domestic supply chain, and about voters’ own household bills, according to polling conducted by Morning Consult for the National Mining Association.
Polish companies Enea and Energa have announced a total write-down (PLN1 billion) of the Ostroleka C coal-fired power project, wiping around PLN0.5 billion off each company’s profits.
The May/June issue of World Coal features technical articles on mine hoisting, room and pillar mining, trucks and tyres, ventilation and dust control, coal washing and separation.
US demand for explosives is forecast to fall 1.9% annually in volume terms through 2024, according to ‘Explosives: United States’, a report recently released by Freedonia Focus Reports.
Air Products has announced it has signed a definitive agreement for a long-term on-site contract for a world-scale coal-to-methanol production facility in Bengalon, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
MC Mining Ltd has provided an update with regards to the impact on the company of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The Australian government’s approval of the Olive Downs metallurgical coal mine project near Moranbah in central Queensland will create more than 1000 new jobs in the region.