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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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Contents

Guest Comment
Guest Comment

Coal News
Coal News

Off the Rails?
Coal transportation in North America has improved dramatically, but not everyone is happy. Gordon Cope reports for World Coal

Environmental Protection in Offshore Transhipment
Andrea Clavarino, Coeclerici Logistics, Italy.

Shipping and Climate Change
Niels Bjørn L. Mortensen, BIMCO, Denmark.

Made for Each Other
Rob Brook, VTG Rail UK.

Haul Away!
Martin Wilks, Freightliner Heavy Haul, UK

New Landscapes; New Lives
Dr Pete Whitbread-Abrutat, Post-Mining Alliance, Eden Project, UK.

Soils: A Structured Approach to Restoration
Minesite reclamation can hinge on successful soil management. Simon Walker explains.

A Coal Revolution
Jeremy Carl and Richard K. Morse, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Stanford University, US.

The Renaissance of Steam Coal
Lars Schernikau, HMS Bergbau AG, Germany.

The Role of Coal in Global Energy Supply
Dr Wolfgang Ritschel, Association of Coal Importers, and Dr Hans-Wilhelm Schiffer, RWE, Germany.

Past, Present and Future
Eoghan Cunningham, globalCOAL, UK.

Coal Trading and Credit
Monica M. Bonar, Fitch Ratings, US.

Product News
Product News


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