Applied Fiber and Bridon-Bekaert Ropes Group have signed a technology license agreement on high capacity fibre rope terminations.
The Global CCS Institute has welcomed the UK government’s latest funding announcement of £1 billion to support the development of four carbon capture and storage hub and cluster projects across the UK by the end of the decade.
Strathclyde Vulcanising Services (SVS) has rolled out a cloud-based mobile workforce management solution from BigChange.
In May 2020, AUMUND Hong Kong won an order from PT Asahimas Chemical, Java, Indonesia, for the new generation of STORMAJOR.
Teck Resources Ltd has announced that Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a direction under the ‘Fisheries Act’ to Teck Coal Ltd.
Hydraulink has recently provided an Indonesian coal mining operation in Kalimantan with new hose fittings.
Symaga has installed a photovoltaic solar energy generation plant at its factory in Villarta de San Juan as part of its commitment to sustainability and respect for the environment.
Ausenco has announced its acquisition of QCC Resources in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia.
Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) has signed a memorandum of understanding with DNV GL and SINTEF to further develop carbon capture and storage technologies.
The first batch of equipment has arrived at the Solntsevsky coal mine, one of the key assets of the Eastern Mining Co.
The boundaries of the water area of the checkpoint of the seaport of Shakhtersk, part of the Eastern Mining Co., have been expanded.
The Global CCS Institute welcomes China’s latest climate commitment, pledging to become carbon neutral by 2060.
A new IEA report shows CCUS can play vital roles of both reducing emissions and removing carbon from the atmosphere.
VGK has recently started work on the construction of the foundation as part of the project for the construction of a 23 km main coal conveyor from Solntsevsky coal mine to the Shakhtersk Coal seaport.