Indian Union Minister of Steel meets with SAIL to discuss incident.
Inner Mongolia SouthGobi Energy Co., Ltd, has received a court summons in relation to a dispute over certain coal sales contracts with a former customer.
Surface miners offer considerable advantages in terms of both economic efficiency and the final product.
The money will be given to non-profit watershed restoration groups in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
A paper by Edwin S. Rubenstein for Negative Population Growth argues that current rates of US population growth mean that converting to renewable energy is an insufficient step in combating climate change.
Matteo Goich, Matec, USA, outlines a waste water treatment solution for coal companies in pursuit of clean coal that uses a filter press and thickener method to produce a more environmentally-friendly cake byproduct.
The UK’s largest carbon capture and storage research group has said that it is pleased to see unequivocal recognition of the importance of CCS for reducing greenhouse gas emissions across Scotland.
The US Department of Energy hopes that the six projects will improve reliability and operational flexibility, reduce high capital costs, and reduce the high-energy penalty associated with operating existing carbon capture technology.
In World Coal’s November/December issue, Tim Wylie, Ampcontrol, highlights the importance of controlling touch potentials in earth fault limited networks.
In World Coal’s November/December issue, Benjamin Sporton, CEO, World Coal Association, looks back on what has happened in the coal industry this year.
Uwe Konig, PANalytical, Netherlands and Katherine Macchiarola, PANalytical, USA, present the analysis of coal by x-ray diffraction (XRD).
Hans Christian Schröder, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service, Germany, explains how power plants are adapting to single-mill operations.