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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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The Supply Challenge
Despite environmental concerns, India will increase its coal burn as power and coal shortages loom. Ng Weng Hoong reports on why the country's coal industry must face these environmental and market challenges.

The Development Of Laser Scanning
Dr Graham Hunter, 3D Laser Mapping, UK.

Well Worth The Effort
Susan Poos and Len Dolby, Marston & Marston Inc., US.

Bringing Out The Best
Scott Britton, Maptek, Europe.

Visualise As You Fly
Andy O’Keeffe, Virtalis, UK.

Planning Ahead
Ben Farquharson, Gemcom Software International, Australia.

The Next Revolution
Pete Forbes, Runge, Australia.

Too Big To Fail
L.D. Spence, Richwood, US.

Future Thinking
Edlef Ebert, Rema Tip Top GmbH, Germany.

Success As A Scavenger
Andy Marti, Martin Engineering, US.

Teeth Replacement
Dan Holes, McLanahan Corp., US.

Moving Forward With CCS
Tony Lodge, All Party Parliamentary Group on Clean Coal Technology, UK.


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