World Coal Association has responded to Moody’s Investors Service report on CCS technology by welcoming its call for accelerated development.
The US and Saudi Arabia commit to advancing collaboration in clean fossil fuels and carbon management, following a MoU signed between US Energy Secretary and Saudi Minister of Energy.
Peabody advocates use of carbon capture and storage and clean coal technologies to meet global goals concerning low-carbon energy sources.
BHP partners with leading universities and launches an international research project focussed on reducing CO2 emissions through carbon capture and storage.
The ASEAN Centre for Energy and the World Coal Association form a partnership to promote the development and utilisation of cleaner coal technologies.
Clean Coal Technologies receives a deposit from Wyoming New Energy to build a 2 million short t facility using CCTI's Pristine M process.
The International Centre of Excellence on Coal Mine Methane in Poland has been officially launched, representing a milestone as the first of its kind in the industry.
As reported by the Minerals Council of Australia, the coal industry has expressed concern regarding reports that the Finkel review may rule out the building of modern coal fired power stations and push Australia to focus solely on solar, wind and gas.
Following President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, the World Coal Association urges the US President to support enhanced international action on low emission coal technologies.