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April 2010

To tie in with Coal Prep 2010, happening this month in Lexington, Kentucky, the April issue of World Coal includes the annual Coal Preparation Buyers Guide, as well as a number of articles on coal preparation. The issue also spotlights safety, examines the development of the Indonesian coal industry in the regional report, and includes a special feature on coal-fired power plants.


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Coal News

Boom Times
Michael King reports from Indonesia.

Only Rock And Coal, But I Like It
Scott Burns and Bruce Daskivich, McLanahan Corp., US.

Cleaning Up
Daniel Norrgran and Jaisen N. Kohmuench, Eriez, US.

Wrapping Up Warm
Mark Caskey, Steel Nation Steel Buildings Inc., US.

Crushing Controversy
Rick Dreyer, Gundlach Equipment Corp., US.

Looking Back; Moving Forward
David M. Carris, John T. Boyd Co., US.

Coal's Leading Role
Mark Cresswell, DRA Mineral Projects, South Africa.

Coal Preparation Buyers' Guide
World Coal presents its annual Coal Preparation Buyers' Guide.

In The Groove
Brian Dotson and Marc Carriere, Victaulic, US.

Managing Risk
Luc Merrewdew, Kidde Fire Systems, US.

Turning The Light On Safety
Thomas Novak and Joseph Schall, NIOSH Office of Mine Safety and Health Research, US.

The Supplier Connection
Brian Danyliw and Kevin Farley, Ashland Hercules Water Technologies, US.

Building Up Steam
Jonathan Rowland reports on some of Altsom's current ultra-supercritical steam power plant projects.

Keeping The Lights On
Barry Woodbine, Schade Lagertechnik GmbH.

Partners In War
Tim Connors, Blasch Precision Ceramics, US.


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