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Digital highlights - May 2014

World Coal,


Developing Pakistan’s coal potential
The potential of the Thar coalfield to provide much needed power for Pakistan.

Indonesia and the great coal glut
The supply and demand dynamics influencing Indonesian coal production will provide little relief from the global oversupply of thermal coal.

What future for UK coal?
What the closure of the Kellingley and Thoresby coal mines means for the future of coal mining in the UK.

From our sectors

Mining Mining shovel hydraulic fluid filtration: a case study
One Eye Industries (OEI) provide a case study in hydraulic fluid filtration for a Komatsu 5500 shovel.

Preparation River Energy to upgrade South African coal fines
River Energy is to build a binderless coal briquetting plant at the Woestalleen coal mine in South Africa.

Ports & Terminals Australia leases Port of Newcastle
Chinese-backed group will pay US$ 1.6 billion to acquire 98-year lease for port of Newcastle.

Power Rising gas use will raise US electricity prices
Rising gas used would result in electricity price hikes in the US, according to the EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2014.

Products Flexco introduces inspection doors to product line
Flexco, a global manufacturer of conveyor belt solutions, has recently introduced inspection doors to its line of belt conveyor products.

Most read on WorldCoal.com

1 VIDEO: Mining with Caterpillar technology
Caterpillar’s MineStar system provides mine management teams with broad suite of technologies.

2 China ban on low-rank coal looms
There is renewed speculation that China is to ban imports of low-quality thermal coal as part of new environmental regulation.

3 Developing Pakistan’s coal potential
The potential of the Thar coalfield to provide much needed power for Pakistan.

4 The mining landscape (Part Two)
In the second of two articles for World Coal, Santu Tiwari and Deepak Kumar, GlobalData, UK, provide an insight into the Russian coal industry.

5 CSIRO study to measure methane seeps from CBM development
Researchers at CSIRO are to study whether CBM activity is the cause of methane seeps.

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