CONSOL Energy Inc. has advanced its Forward Progress sustainability initiative with the announcement of targets to reduce its direct operating greenhouse gas emissions.
The Minerals Council of Australia has confirmed the industry’s ambition to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 in support of the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Vostochnaya Mining Co. has started wind monitoring in the Uglegorsk District of the Sakhalin Region.
Exxaro Resources Ltd, through its wholly-owned renewable energy subsidiary, Cennergi, is developing the 70 MW Lephalale Solar Project that will supply renewable energy to the Grootegeluk Complex.
A new report by the ASEAN Centre for Energy and the World Coal Association has found that ASEAN countries will require approximately 234 GW of new coal capacity by 2040 to meet growing energy demand, but with modest investment in clean coal technologies, there is capacity to significantly cut emissions.
In 2020 – 2021, JSC Bureau Veritas Certification Rus audited the compliance of Daltransugol's port with international environmental regulations.
Thiess’ Mount Pleasant Operations (MPO) team has been recognised by the New South Wales Resources Regulator for its industry-leading rehabilitation practices.
The Eastern Mining Company, the Corporation for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic, and the government of the Sakhalin Region have signed an agreement for the construction of a wind farm in the Sakhalin Region.
West Cumbria Mining will explain its plans for the world’s first ‘net-zero’ underground coal mine at the forthcoming public inquiry, scheduled to commence on 7 September 2021.
Tritium and Miller Technology are providing innovative fast chargers and light duty battery EVs at the BHP Mitsubishi Alliance coal mine in Queensland.