Generating units at Hazelwood coal-fired power plant will begin coming out of service on 27 March.
Coal news updates
The Queensland Resources Councils concerned that changes to the Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis committee will delay inquiries.
Coal of Africa’s Chief Operating Officer Michiel Jakobus Brönn has resigned after being fined by the Financial Services Board of South Africa for insider trading.
Vortex has reported the appointment of Laurence Millington as Managing Director of the company’s operations in Darlington, UK.
Glencore has released a statement in rejection of QCoal allegations that its Newlands coal operations are illegal.
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The anthracite quality from the Gus Seam at the RAC project has been confirmed as high-quality.
Acacia Coal appoints new Executive Directors, as well as a new Chief Operating Officer and a General Manager Strategy & Marketing.
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2016 saw a decline in the number of coal-fired power plants in pre-construction globally.
SRK confirms substantial tonnages of metallurgical coal at Allegiance Coal’s Telkwa project, which can be recovered at low strip ratios.
Adani Enterprises has announced it expects to finalise an investment decision by June 2017 regarding the Australian Carmichael Coal Project.
RungePincockMinarco enters into a business partnership agreement with Maintex.
A combination of strong production volumes and steady coal prices has led to a strong first half for New Hope.
The Port of Amsterdam is scaling back transshipments of coal.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd successfully commissions a 660 MW supercritical thermal unit in Maharashtra, India.
Corporate LiveWire has congratulated Peabody for its advances in environmental stewardship.
The Federal Government has officially confirmed that Nigeria has attained self-sufficiency in the production of cement.
Metro Mining Ltd’s BFS confirms the ability to complete construction during 2017.
The Deputy Prime Minister wants bans lifted on exploration and development.