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August 2015

In the run up to AIMEX 2016 in Sydney, the August issue includes a regional report looking at the Australian coal industry, as well as previewing the event and some of its coal industry exhibitors. The issue also includes features on coal sampling and analysis, underground mine planning, underground mine automation and control, drilling and blasting and conveyor transfer point solutions.

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Coal News

Industry View: One Step In A Long Journey
Russell Taylor.

Australian Coal Seeks Indian Pain Relief
Anthony Fensom reports on the current challenges and future prospects facing the Australian coal industry.

The World Comes To Sydney
Jonathan Rowland previews this year’s AIMEX.

Suitable And Safe Sampling
Paul Reagan, Sampling Associates International, USA.

Leaving No Coal Unturned
Piet Bagchus, RC Inspection, the Netherlands.

The Tale Of Two Transfers
Phil Wowak, ASGCO, USA.

Chutes And Suitability
Dr Jayant Khambekar and Brian Pittenger, Jenike & Johanson, and Riad Dandan, P.E., Dominion Resources Services, USA.

Advancing Automation
Dr Sebastian Mundry and Markus Gajetzki, Caterpillar Global Mining Europe GmbH, Germany.

Strategic Power Management
David B. Durocher, Eaton, USA.

Unlocking Its Potential
Mingming He, ABB Engineering, China.

From Germany To The World
Philipp Martin, Mark Becker and Martin Junker, RAG Mining Solutions, Germany.

Keeping The Shape
Ulrich Langosch and Alexey Shalashinski, DMT GmbH & Co., Germany.

On The Road To Developing Coal Mines
Ry Stone, Golder Associates Pty Ltd.

New Dimensions
Ian Bell, Motion Metrics International Corp., Canada.

Blast Off
Atlas Copco, USA.

Planting The Roots For Land Rehabilitation
Henk Lodewijks, Anglo American, South Africa.

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