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Mining News Pro - Wescoal has managed to generate a net profit of R11-million in the six months ended September 30, despite the impact of Covid-19, low growth and a low price environment.

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Government anticipates that lower coal royalties will send a considerable blow to its 2020-21 state budget, with a $4 billion cut expected over the next four years.

Mining News Pro - Teck Resources looks to boost shipments of steelmaking coal to China next year, Chief Executive Don Lindsay said on Tuesday, hoping to take advantage of unofficial curbs on Australian imports that have stranded dozens of shipments.

Mining News Pro - The United Arab Emirates is set to become the first Arab Gulf country to generate electricity from coal. As governments increasingly turn to cleaner fuels and the price of renewable energy falls, it may also be the last.

Mining News Pro - Bravus Mining and Resources (formerly Adani) has beaten its target for job creation during peak construction of the Carmichael project in Central Queensland.

Mining News Pro - Prime Minister Scott Morrison has revealed Australia’s best people are working on resolving why $700 million of Australian coal shipments are held off from Chinese ports.

Mining News Pro - Support from coal miners helped Donald Trump win the US presidency four years ago. Now, the leader of the nation’s top mining union is calling on Trump to “move on”, adding that ongoing efforts to challenge vote counts and pressure state elections officials are a “threat to our entire form of government and the American way of life.”

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Teck Resources announced that it has increased its steelmaking coal sales to China for Q4 2020 in response to increased demand.

Mining News Pro - An Mpumalanga coal mine is on the point of entering into an agreement before year-end to have its acid mine drainage water curse turned into drinking water at no cost, Mining Weekly can today report.

Mining News Pro - A new tool that uses satellite radar imagery to capture millimetre-scale measurements of changes in terrain height may help authorities manage public safety and environmental issues in recently abandoned coal mines.

Mining News Pro - The development assumes significance in the domestic steel industry as a fruitful result of the experiment would break the monopoly of Australia in coking coal supply to India.

Mining News Pro - Joint venture (JV) partners Yancoal and Glencore are set to stand down contract staff at their Hunter Valley coal operations in New South Wales.

Mining News Pro - At least 20 giant bulk carriers are anchored off the Chinese port of Jingtang and unable to offload millions of tons of Australian coal, the latest casualty of the growing diplomatic row between Canberra and Beijing.

Mining News Pro - Emeco has experienced the impacts of softening coal prices this year but is optimistic in the strength of the hard rock metals commodities.

Mining News Pro - China’s coal imports have dropped by 47 per cent in October compared with the corresponding period last year as trade tensions with Australia worsened.

Mining News Pro - In the final days leading up to the general election, Wyoming`s oil and gas industry is nervous, said Nathan McLeland, who runs the Gillette-based M&K Oil Company LLC.

Mining News Pro - Stanmore Coal has reached an agreement with Blue Energy to capture, process and market mine gas from its proposed Isaac Plains underground coal mine in the northern Bowen Basin.

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council of Australia released a report related to the outlook for seaborne thermal coal in terms of demand to 2030 in the Asia Pacific region.

Mining News Pro - Financing options open to Australia’s coal operators dwindled further after another of the country’s largest banks said it would end almost all investment in thermal mines and power stations by 2030.

Mining News Pro - New research conducted on behalf of the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has noted that the demand for thermal coal imports in the Asia Pacific region will grow by more than 270-million tonnes to 2030, to reach 1.1-billion tonnes a year.

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