The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the establishment of a Division of Minerals Sustainability to bring an increased focus to securing a US critical minerals supply chain that will transform the US energy and manufacturing systems.
The World Coal Association acknowledges the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) ‘Medium-Term Coal Market Report 2020’ and calls for the IEA to continue its support of all fuels and clean technologies to meet global energy needs and reach net-zero emissions.
Welsh Secretary, Simon Hart, and Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Stephen Barclay, have agreed funding for coal tip and flood damage remediation work across Wales.
In findings released by the Global CCS Institute, the total capacity of carbon capture and storage facilities operating and under development has grown by 33% world-wide over the last year alone.
The Greenbank Group has completed a major contract in India, delivering technology designed to make coal-fired power stations cleaner and greener.
The Global CCS Institute has welcomed the UK government’s latest funding announcement of £1 billion to support the development of four carbon capture and storage hub and cluster projects across the UK by the end of the decade.
Adani has marked its 10-year anniversary of operations in Australia by launching a new brand for its Australian mining business, Bravus Mining & Resources.
The ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) and the World Coal Association (WCA) have today signed a 3 year MOU under the new leadership of both organisations, in recognition of the strategic importance of the ASEAN region.
World Coal Association’s Chief Executive, Michelle Manook, and China National Coal Association’s Vice President, Liu Feng, wrote to members of the Chinese coal value chain encouraging them to join the collective effort of the WCA.