This is a positive step towards construction of the Carmichael mine and rail project.
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One of the workers who built the UK’s tallest industrial chimney at a North Yorkshire (UK) power plant has returned to the site to mark its anniversary – half a century on from the structure being completed.
Adani has meet with the Department of Environment and Science and the Coordinator General to put a timeline on finalising the outstanding management plans for the Carmichael coal project.
The US Energy Department and NETL have announced US$4 million in federal funding for 10 fossil energy and coal technology R&D projects.
The World Coal Association has reaffirmed its commitment to the UN Global Compact through its ‘Communication on Engagement’ report submission.
The bridge reclaimer in the stockpile will be equipped with a specialised SCHADE Active Harrow to ensure homogenisation of the coal.
US coal exports to Japan were at five year highs, and a royalty hike could make US coal more attractive than Queensland coal in the Japanese market.
Queensland students have had the opportunity to get hands-on experience of the high-level science, technology engineering and maths (STEM) skills that will be needed for the jobs of the future.
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Stabilisation on the coking coal and coke market allows Jastrzebska Spólka Weglowa (JSW) to continue strategic investment projects. These include modernisation of coal preparation plants and construction of new mining levels.
Morien has been granted approval by the Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education for a revised ground control procedure, which allows for the continuation of mining and development operations at its Donkin mine.
The QRC is calling for the full support of the Queensland Parliament to support a strong future for all mining and resources projects.
In the first of World Coal Association’s snapshot series exploring coal’s role in countries across the globe, WCA takes a look at Japan.
Australian companies dealing with operational dust exposure are seeking RST’s advice on a range of fine particle problems in order to comply with the current OEL regulations and prepare for rigorous regulatory changes.
In October 2018, the company submitted its comprehensive response to the request for proposal for the development of a maximum of 100 MW of CBM fuelled power plants in Botswana.
An agreement between Abbot Point Operations and the Queensland Government brings court proceedings relating to stormwater release during Cyclone Debbie to an end.
An integrated plan calls for more than 80% reduction in carbon emissions with more renewables, carbon-free nuclear energy and cleaner natural gas.
The World Coal Association will be holding a conference to explore the role that cleaner coal technologies can play in a low emission future.
Quaker Chemical is showcasing its dust suppressants, ground control agents and 100% synthetic true solution longwall fluids at Longwall USA 2019.
It’s time for the Queensland Labor Government to stop shifting the goal posts and let Adani get on with delivering these jobs for regional Queenslanders.
“The Palaszczuk Government must reaffirm its support for the resource industry, with a commitment for long-term royalty stability and a fair go for all projects,” says QRC.
The Coal Council of Australia has welcomed the re-election of the Morrison government.
Queensland’s independent Coordinator-General has approved the proposed Olive Downs metallurgical coal mine, with conditions to ensure local employment and manage potential impacts on the environment