Arch Coal, Inc. has announced that its eastern operations were recently presented with seven Mountaineer Guardian Awards by the West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training and the West Virginia Coal Association.
PROOF Engineers has expanded into the South-East Asian market to deliver cutting-edge road condition monitoring techniques and haul road design to help coal mines increase operational efficiencies and improve road safety.
The seminar on sustainable mining solutions was designed to provide a solid, pragmatic foundation on sensor-based sorting projects.
Lawyers have warned Germany’s coal companies not to bank on big payoffs for closing their lignite operations down, in a new legal analysis.
Oleg Misevra, Chairman of Eastern Mining Company’s board of directors, was recognised as the ‘Exporter of the Year’ following the results of the II All-Russian People to 2019 Competition.
Increased coal import volumes and shallow draft at bulk ports means demand for transhipper vessels will grow.
Arch Coal, Inc. has reported net income of US$106.8 million or US$6.34 per diluted share, in 3Q19, compared with net income of US$123.2 million, or US$6.10 per diluted share, in the prior year period.
The coal handling system market is expected to remain on a steady growth path throughout the period of assessment, according to a new Fact.MR study.
On 4 October 2019, the first of two coal handling lines at the new Taman Seaport in Krasnodar Region on the Black Sea was commissioned in the presence of the Russian President Vladimir Putin.
A ship with a deadweight of 82 000 t recently left the Port of Taman loaded with Sibanthracite Group coal that is to be unloaded for buyers in European ports, while another ship has already left for Vietnam.
Paringa shipped approximately 136 Kt of product barged from the company's dock on the Green River, up from approximately 26 Kt shipped during the June quarter.
PT Borneo Alumina Indonesia has appointed Black & Veatch as a technical consultant for its alumina refinery project.
Growth in coal production and shipment by VGK enterprises allowed the creation of an additional 90 new jobs in the motor transport sector of Sakhalin (Russia).
Jastrzebskie Zaklady Remontowe (JZR), a JSW Group company, has presented the first bottom scraper conveyor produced with its own resources and according to its own design.