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World Coal - April 2010

World Coal - 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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World Coal - March 2010

World Coal - March 2010

World Coal focuses on heavy machinery for opencast mining this month. We also preview bauma 2010, which is taking place in Munich, Germany, in April. The regional review examines the Russian coal industry and its potential to be a major exporter to Asia. Finally, we dig into the world of carbon trading and examine how it effects the coal industry.
 

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World Coal - February 2010

World Coal - February 2010

With a lead feature on planning, modelling and exploitation, the February issue of World Coal tackles an ever relevant issue for the coal industry: how to mine and much as possible as economically as possible. We also take a look at the world of conveyor belts, while the regional review focuses on India.
 

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World Coal - January 2010

World Coal - January 2010

World Coal starts the year with its annual World Review, featuring profiles of some of the major coal-related projects across the globe. The regional review features a report on the Brazilian coal industry, while the issue leads with a feature on ports and terminals.
 

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World Coal - December 2009

World Coal - December 2009

World Coal focuses on underground mining in the December issue, with articles on a variety of topics, including longwall automation and roof control. We also take an in depth look at Mozambique, a country with huge but as yet undeveloped coal reserves. The spotlight feature looks at gearboxes operating in harsh environments, while we complete the issue with an article on CBM reservoir heterogeneity.
 

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World Coal - November 2009

World Coal - November 2009

The focus of this month’s issue of World Coal shifts back to the mine with a lead feature on opencast mining. We also include a spotlight feature on materials handling and the regional review looks to Botswana, a country keen to develop its vast coal reserves.
 

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World Coal - October 2009

World Coal - October 2009

Coal transportation is the lead feature in the October issue of World Coal, while a new feature on coal trading looks at the current status and future development of the industry. A spotlight feature on mine reclamation and a regional review examining Italy’s developing clean coal industry complete the issue.
 

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World Coal - September 2009

World Coal - September 2009

Coal preparation is the lead feature in the September issue of World Coal, but we also look at highwall mining and include a special feature on recruitment, an issue that continues to challenges the industry. Meanwhile our regional review examines the Southeast Asian coal industry.
 

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World Coal - August 2009

World Coal - August 2009

The August issue of World Coal focusses on a subject currently preoccupying the industry: clean coal. We look at the cases for pre- and post-combustion capture of CO2, as well as CTL, boiler optimisation and mercury emissions reduction. Elsewhere, the regional review examines the South African coal industry, and the spotlight feature looks at coal analysers.
 

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World Coal - July 2009

World Coal - July 2009

On this month's cover: A fleet of Liebherr T 282 B mining trucks has been operating at a mine in Indonesia since 2005, displaying consistent reliability and minimal downtime with an overall availability averaging 92%. The T 282 B trucks require less maintenance due to their AC drive system, which minimises downtime and ensures consistent operating performance over conventional DC and mechanical drive trucks. The trucks are also equipped with the powerful MTU DD 20V4000 (2722 kW), providing one of the best power-to-weight ratios available in the mining truck market today.
 

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