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June 2012

The June issue of World Coal has a lead feature on coal handling, including technical articles pulleys, conveyors and dust control, and the coal handling and storage review. There is also an article from Arch Cola that examines the US’s role in global coal supply chains. In this month’s industry view, Dr Bernie Kirsch of Xstrata Coal Queensland raises the bar on land stewardship, while Tony Lodge provides an update on the UK’s energy market reforms. The regional report this month is on Central Asia, with excellent articles on Mongolia and Kazakhstan.

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Industry View: Raising The Bar On Land Stewardship
Dr Bernie Kirsch, Xstrata Coal Queensland, Australia.

Arrested Development
In Mongolia, rising expectations are battling against political, financial and infrastructure headwinds. Ng Weng Hoong investigates.

Nature Returns
Peabody Energy made history by successfully completing Mongolia’s first coal mine restoration. The project creates a world-class model and a new standard for Mongolia’s emerging coal industry.

A Great Steppe
Morel Oprisan, IEA Clean Coal Centre, UK, considers the prospects for coal and clean coal technologies in Kazakhstan.

Mean, Green, Coal Handling
Pankaj Thakker, Cargotec, Sweden.

Looking After Logistics
Barry Woodbine, Aumund Group, Germany.

Pulling Their Weight
Leo J. Laughlin, Precision Pulley & Idler, US.

The Economics Of Conveying II
Joseph A. Dos Santos, Dos Santos International, US.

Sealing The Deal
Chris Griffin, Martin Engineering, US.

Controlling Dust
Phil Wowak and Aaron Gibbs, ASGCO Manufacturing Inc., US.

New Coal Handling Developments
Dr W. Ye, ThyssenKrupp Fördertechnik, Germany.

Coal Handling & Storage Review 2012
World Coal presents its Coal Handling & Storage Review 2012, reviewing the major equipment manufacturers in this field.

The World Ahead
Deck S. Slone, Arch Coal, US.

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