Canada’s Coal Association responds to Ottawa’s thermal coal mine ban

Mining News Pro - The Coal Association of Canada says Ottawa’s recent ban on new thermal coal mining projects or plans to expand existing mines on environmental damage grounds will lead to the market gap left being filled with inferior-quality coal from elsewhere.

VW boss slams G7 leaders for not setting coal phase-out date

Mining News Pro - Volkswagen’s chief executive has taken aim at leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) for failing to set a firm date to phase out coal power and rejecting a proposal to halt the production of diesel and gas cars.

New federal policy makes it harder to develop Canada thermal coal projects

Mining News Pro - The Canadian government on Friday announced its thermal coal mining policy, which will make it harder for new thermal coal mining and expansion projects to be approved.

Canada to reject any future thermal coal mining projects

Mining News Pro - The Canadian government will no longer approve thermal-coal mining projects because of their contribution to the climate crisis.

China racing to build coal storage capacity as prices soar

Mining News Pro - China’s authorities are accelerating efforts to build infrastructure to store reserves of coal after southern cities endured a new power crunch and with prices of the fuel still stubbornly high.

Sky-high coal prices won’t spur new mines in a greener world

Mining News Pro - The highest coal prices in years aren’t enough to spur investment in new mines in the face of heightened efforts by governments and financial institutions to get the world to abandon the dirtiest fossil fuel.

China considers price controls on surging coal market

Mining News Pro - China is considering imposing a cap on the price of thermal coal as it struggles to contain stubbornly high energy costs ahead of peak demand over the summer.

Workers again block rail line supplying Colombia coal miner Cerrejon

Mining News Pro - Former workers have again blocked Colombian coal miner Cerrejon’s rail line, the company said on Thursday, the latest protest to recently affect the beleaguered miner’s operations.

Anglo American flags restarts of Australian metallurgical coal mines

Mining News Pro - Anglo American said on Thursday that it has restarted underground mining at its Moranbah North coal mine in northern Queensland state after it withdrew its workforce from the mine following a reading of elevated gases on Feb. 20.

Eight kids and a nun may have doomed coal’s future

Mining News Pro - A court ruling that Royal Dutch Shell must speed up plans to curb greenhouse gas emissions rocked the global oil and gas industry, but another decision in a case brought by eight school-aged teens and a nun may end up being more significant.

Australian coal exports survive, adapt, overcome

Mining News Pro - Australian coal exports have continued to steadily rise in value since overcoming China’s ban on the commodity last year, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has revealed.

Coal price rise boosts New Hope

New Hope Group has flagged that the monthly average thermal coal price at its New South Wales operations has increased by 78 per cent since September 2020.

MetRes hires Coal Augering Services for Mavis Downs and Millennium mine

MetRes has signed a contract with Coal Augering Services (CAS) to provide auger services to the Mavis Downs and Millennium coal mine in Queensland.

Anglo American talks up met coal future

Anglo American chief executive Mark Cutifani believes metallurgical coal is necessary to decarbonise the planet, but does expect the commodity will eventually be removed from supply chains.

No place for new coal in $5tr/y transition to net-zero by 2050

Mining News Pro - Anew and far-reaching study of how to transition the global energy system to one with net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 highlights the need for a dramatic acceleration in the pace and scale of renewable-energy and grid investment, while simultaneously halting new fossil-fuel supply projects and abandoning any new unabated coal plants.

New Seriti Power name indicative of coal company’s general energy vision

Mining News Pro - The change of name of South African Energy Coal (SAEC) to Seriti Power when South32’s coal assets become absorbed into Seriti Resources from June is indicative of Sereti Resources seeing opportunities in general energy beyond coal, CEO Mike Teke said on Monday.

Eskom approves higher Duvha coal price

Mining News Pro - State-owned electricity producer Eskom confirmed on Monday that the Duvha coal supply agreement (CSA) had been increased to facilitate the sale of South32’s majority shareholding in South32 SA Energy Coal Holdings (SAEC) to black-owned resources group Seriti.

Australian Pacific Coal considers Dartbrook asset sale

Mining News Pro - Australian Pacific Coal (AQC) has received an offer from major shareholder Trepang Services to buy non-core mining assets at the Dartbrook coal mine in New South Wales for $33.7 million.

Where does Australia’s metallurgical coal go?

Mining News Pro - A Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) report has revealed that more than 60 per cent of the world’s seaborne coal exports come from Australia, with second place hardly keeping its head above water.

What a smooth transition away from coal in the US could look like

Mining News Pro - For the US to move away from coal, it is important to leverage the social cost of carbon as a tool for making key government decisions about coal mining and cleanup while remaining mindful of environmental justice and coal communities as the transition to other sources of electricity pans out.

BHP’s Mt. Arthur bind illustrates mining’s coal dilemma

Mining News Pro - As BHP Group looks at options to spin off or sell its thermal coal assets, the miner is facing pressure from climate-conscious investors who want divergent paths and that’s even before getting to the tough task of finding a buyer.

Clive Palmer coal project hits roadblock

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Department of Environment and Science has knocked back Mineralogy’s proposed Central Queensland coal project near Great Barrier Reef.

Glencore to extend Mangoola coal mine

The New South Wales Government has given Glencore the green light to develop a new open cut mining area at the Mangoola open cut coal mine in the Hunter Valley.

Tahmoor coal mine secures 10-year extension

The New South Wales Government has approved SIMEC Mining’s expansion plan for the Tahmoor coal mine which will see an 33 million tonnes mined over an additional 10-year mine life.

NSW Govt blocks Gunnedah Basin coal project

Mining News Pro - The New South Wales Government has paid China Shenhua Energy Company (CSEC) $100 million after withdrawing its mining lease application for the Shenhua Watermark coal project in the Gunnedah Basin.

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