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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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Coal News

The Bear Looks East
Alexander A. Ignatov, Ignatov & Co. Group, Russia.

Pursuing Perfection2
Anthony Donovan, Bucyrus International Inc., US.

Designed Reliability
Jonathan Baucom, Liebherr Mining Equipment Co., US.

Big Buckets
Stefan Doetsch, Sandvik Mining and Construction, Austria.

Chinese Opportunities
Lucia Fang, LTI-China.

Geared For The Future
Uwe Hackenberger and Thomas Semmler, SGS Sonder Getriebe Service GmbH, Germany.

bauma 2010 Preview
bauma 2010 will run between 19 – 25 April and feature over 500,000 square metres of exhibition space. World Coal will be among the exhibitors, so be sure to come and visit us in Hall C2, Stand 210B. World Coal profiles some of the exhibitors here.

On The Up
Andrew Beatty and Lachlan Tait, Baker & McKenzie, Australia.

Clean Coal To Power
Jade Feinberg and Lodewijk Nell, EcoSecurities, South Africa.

Look On The Bright Side
Harry Hazeel, CarbonDesk Ltd, UK.

Hold Fire!
Jonathan Grant, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, UK.

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