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July 2022

Welcome to World Coal Issue 3. As usual, this latest issue contains all the latest news and insights from the global coal industry. Make sure to check out our new range technical articles, including content from companies such as: Komatsu, THIELE, Martin Engineering, Eriez, and many more. Also, don’t miss our latest regional report on Asia and Australia by Fitch Solutions.

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World News

What’s In Store For Coal?
Nick Trickett, Fitch Solutions, UK, provides insight into what the future holds for coal in Asia and Australia.

Optimising Performance Through Technology
Erin Karschnik and George Mavros, Komatsu: Mining Technology Solutions group, review how recent advances in mining technology can help optimise performance for shovels, excavators, and draglines.

Chain Technology For Longwall Conveyors
Richard Kandzia, THIELE GmbH & Co. KG, Germany, explores the importance of finding and using the best specification of mining chain, especially in longwall systems.

Time For Change
John Atkinson, LW Hydraulics, Australia, discusses how the company is making changes to meet customers’ growing needs, using a case study from Australia as an example.

Planning For Plant Shutdown
R. Todd Swinderman, Emeritus/Martin Engineering, and Daniel Marshall, Martin Engineering, explain how to prepare for conveyor maintenance and improvements.

Choosing Cranes For Rough Terrain
Bertrand Guillaume, Terex Rough Terrain, Italy, considers the benefits of using rough terrain cranes in the mining industry.

Advancements Lead To Breakthroughs
Jose Marin and Drew Hobert, Eriez, USA, appraise some of the latest technological advancements that have helped move the coal and flotation industries forward.

Under The Microscope
Annegret Janovsky, Evident, Germany, describes how image analysis using a microscope can help in the process of reusing coal combustion residuals.

Is Coal ‘Better For The Climate’ Than LNG?
Dr Lars Schernikau, HMS Bergbau AG, Germany/Singapore, outlines how carbon taxation leads to undesired economic and environmental distortions.

The Golden Rule Of Processing
Leon Botha, Hawk Measurement Systems, demonstrates how to optimise thickener control and explains what the benefits are.

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