China goes after low-hanging coal fruit, the real challenge is at home

Mining News Pro - President Xi Jinping’s promise to end China’s financing of overseas coal-fired power plants was broadly welcomed by environmentalists, but the move should be seen as a first step rather than a major effort to mitigate climate change.

Bowen Rail on track for Bravus coal delivery

Mining News Pro - Bowen Rail Company has taken a step closer to transporting its first coal for Bravus Mining and Resources’ Carmichael coal mine in north Queensland with the arrival of its state-of-the-art locomotives.

China vows to end funding for overseas coal power plants

Mining News Pro - China’s president Xi Jinping has pledged to stop backing new coal power plants overseas in a move that would cut off a key source of financing for projects involving the fossil fuel.

Fair Work Commission confirms coal worker pay rise

Mining News Pro - The Fair Work Commission has reviewed the Black Coal Mining Industry Award to find the workforce will be receiving a pay rise, subject to final approvals.

US coal miners could be next in line for industry bailouts

Mining News Pro - There isn’t much that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and the Sierra Club agree on, but one of those rare things is a measure that’s part of the bipartisan infrastructure package to be considered by the U.S. House of Representatives later this month that would fund $11.3 billion to remediate coal mines abandoned before 1977.

Rich nations head to South Africa seeking coal exit deal

Mining News Pro - Four of the world’s richest nations will send a delegation to South Africa as soon as next week to seek a deal to begin closing the country’s coal-fired plants, according to people familiar with the matter.

Teck Resources weighs sale, spinoff of $8 billion coal unit

Mining News Pro - Teck Resources Ltd. is exploring options for its metallurgical coal business, including a sale or spinoff that could value the unit at as much as $8 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Australian trade backed by coal

Mining News Pro - Thermal and coking coal production has helped the overall balance of goods and services to record levels in July, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) trade data.

PIMS Group to provide equipment support at Queensland coal site

Mining News Pro - PIMS Group will provide underground mining services for the Millennium and Mavis Downs coal site in Queensland as part of a five-year partnership with M Mining.

As Mpumalanga towns plot future beyond coal

Mining News Pro - The Steve Tshwete local municipality, in Mpumalanga, which is at the epicentre of South Africa’s coal industry, is revising its Local Economic Development (LED) strategy to take account of the anticipated closure of coal mines and power stations and create the framework for a more diversified economy.

Anglo Pacific starts CEO search, puts Narrabri coal royalty up for sale

Mining News Pro - Anglo Pacific Group on Wednesday announced that Julian Treger would step down from his role as CEO by the end of March next year, and said that a comprehensive search process was under way to find his successor.

Yancoal to ‘wash harder’ as pandemic lingers

Mining News Pro - Yancoal has implemented a new strategy to maximise its coal product value, while playing catch up in the second half of 2021, following rain delays and ongoing COVID-19 disruptions.

TerraCom to extend Blair Athol coal mine life

Mining News Pro - TerraCom has extended the life of its Blair Athol coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin by approximately 10 years.

Bowen Basin’s latest coal player enters the ring

Mining News Pro - Vitrinite has begun bulk sample mining at its Vulcan mine complex in Queensland, before an imminent mining licence allows a ramp up to two million tonnes per annum.

Sustainable researchers seek coal industry partners

Mining News Pro - The University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) researchers have developed a new technique for predicting the rate at which coal mine waste releases salt into the environment.

Canada blocks proposed Rocky Mountain coal mine on environmental grounds

Mining News Pro - Canada on Friday formally blocked a proposal to build a steelmaking coal mine in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, citing what it said would be the significant environmental damage.

US push for green energy could strand $68 billion in coal, gas assets

Mining News Pro - S&P Global Market Intelligence released a new report Friday that estimates that $34 billion in coal plant investment and another $34 billion in new gas plant construction could be at risk.

Consol restarts West Virginia metallurgical coal project

Mining News Pro - US coal miner Consol on Tuesday announced that it would recommence work on the Itmann metallurgical coal project, in West Virginia, committing to move forward with the construction of a coal preparation facility that would start up in 2022.

Disused coal mines have potential to heat homes with lower-carbon energy

Mining News Pro - The UK Coal Authority posits that water from flooded coal mines has the potential to be used in the heating of UK homes and industry as a source of lower-carbon energy.

QCoal chooses Mastermyne to restart Cook Colliery

Mining News Pro - QCoal Group has selected Mastermyne to re-commence underground operations at the Cook Colliery metallurgical coal mine in Central Queensland.

Technology will secure coal’s place in a sustainable future

Mining News Pro - In opening the Coal Industry Day 2021 on July 27, mining entrepreneur Bernard Swanepoel said the coal industry remains a significant revenue, jobs and energy contributor to the South African economy.

Climate scientists begin key report as G20 failed to reach phase-out coal deal

Mining News Pro - More than 200 of the world’s leading climate scientists began working Monday on an updated version of a key report summarizing how Earth’s climate has already changed, and what can be expected for the rest of the century.

Yancoal production on target despite rain setbacks

Mining News Pro - Yancoal has been hit with more rainfall at its Hunter Valley operations in New South Wales which has impacted mining, rail and port activity during the June quarter.

Coal by-product key to land and water rehab

Mining News Pro - A researcher from the University of Alberta in Canada has found a coal by-product called nano humus to be highly effective for remediating land and water used in mining.

Anglo American overcomes met coal demand concerns

Mining News Pro - Anglo American has maintained its full year production targets for metallurgical coal in 2021 after the first six months were disrupted by poor demand, development activities and elevated gas levels.

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