According to a recent release from Rystad Energy, global coal-fired power generation is on track to peak in 2023, as new sources of renewable and low-carbon energy expand rapidly.
Will joined Palladian Publications in September 2017 as an Editorial Assistant for LNG Industry, after graduating with a History degree from the University of Southampton.
Now the Editor for Global Mining Review and World Coal, he is enjoying learning about all things mining and following the industry’s transition to greener and more sustainable operations.
In his spare time, Will plays for a local basketball club and is a keen fan of the NBA and NFL, particularly the Los Angeles Lakers and Rams.
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Latest articles by Will
According to Seth Feaster, IEEFA, coal use at US power plants is continuing its downward spiral; with the full impact on mines to be felt in 2024.
BHP and Mitsubishi Development Pty Ltd (MDP) have signed asset sale agreements for the Blackwater and Daunia mines with subsidiaries of Whitehaven Coal.
The world’s first LNG-fuelled Panamax-class coal carrier, built by Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and Kyushu Electric Power Co., has been delivered.
The SEFA Group has announced a new milestone in processing over 5 million t of harvested coal ash for beneficial, encapsulated use since 2015.