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.

Stanwell to phase out coal assets

Stanwell Corporation chief executive officer Richard Van Breda has revealed that the company plans to cut off its coal-fired assets as it transitions to renewable energy to meet emissions targets.

Yancoal production dampened by NSW floods

Yancoal has suffered a fall in coal production due to rain and flooding at its Hunter Valley mines in New South Wales.

Chinese aluminium smelters forced away from captive coal-fired power

معدن نیوز -A new report by Wood Mackenzie states that China’s march towards carbon neutrality is forcing its aluminium smelters away from using captive coal-fired power.

Vale buys Mitsui’s stake in Moatize amid plan to exit coal

معدن نیوز -Vale SA has inked a deal to acquire Mitsui & Co’s stake in the Moatize metallurgical and thermal coal mine and port project in Mozambique, as the Brazilian miner works to exit the fossil fuel and become carbon neutral by 2050.

Carbon emissions set to surge in 2021 as coal rebound eclipses record renewables growth

Mining News Pro - Global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions could surge by 1.5-billion tonnes in 2021 to 33-billion tonnes, reversing most of last year’s decline caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, as rebounding coal demand in the electricity sector more than offsets record renewables deployments.

Laneway sells coal project stake to focus on gold

Mining News Pro - Aus Tin mining has completed its stage one acquisition of the Ashford coking coal project in New South Wales from Laneway Resources.

Peabody offloads mothballed QLD coal mine to MetRes

Mining News Pro - MetRes, a joint venture (JV) between Stanmore Coal and M Resources, has acquired the Millennium and Mavis Downs coal mine in Queensland from Peabody Energy.

Whitehaven lowers coal guidance amid market pressure

Mining News Pro - Whitehaven Coal has maintained a shaken but steadying business through the March quarter after being impacted by low seaborne coal prices and transport disruptions.

Seriti rejects calls for probe into South32 deal that will make it Eskom`s largest coal supplier

Mining News Pro - Under siege Seriti Resources whose impending acquisition of South32 coal mines has raised calls for an investigation has dismissed the complaints against it as "vague" lacking substance.

China is paying a high price for its ban on Australian coal

Mining News Pro - China is paying a high price for its unofficial ban on coal imports from Australia, with the cost of domestic and alternative foreign supplies rising for both thermal and coking grades of the fuel.

Coal production from top mining companies to increase in 2021

Mining News Pro - Coal production from the top world`s ten mining companies fell from a collective 1.70-million tonnes in 2019 to 1.63-million tonnes in 2020, which is a 4.2% decline.

Exxaro sells Coal Central operations to Overlooked Colliery

Mining News Pro - Exxaro Resources has signed a definitive sale and purchase agreement with black-owned mining entity Overlooked Colliery for the Exxaro Coal Central (ECC) operations.

Anglo American, South32 walk away from thermal coal

Mining News Pro - Anglo American is the second company to cut off its South African thermal coal assets following a similar move by South32 last week.

Anglo American to demerge South African thermal coal assets

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining and marketing company Anglo American is to demerge its South Africa thermal coal operations, the company said on Thursday.

GFG Alliance defends Tahmoor Coal, OneSteel future

Mining News Pro - The collapse of German financier Greensill Capital has thrown the future of the GFG Alliance into jeopardy, with Australia’s Whyalla steel mill and Tahmoor Coal caught in the crossfire.

Pitt pushes inquiry into coal investment

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt has announced an inquiry into the financial sector’s treatment of Australia’s resources industry.

Australian govt says superannuation funds should support new coal projects

Mining News Pro - Australia`s superannuation funds should be free to support the coal industry`s expansion plans, Resources Minister Keith Pitt said on Tuesday, as a battle heats up over new mines in the key Hunter Valley mining region of New South Wales.

India delays anti-pollution rules for coal power plants again

Mining News Pro - India’s environment ministry delayed anti-pollution guidelines for coal-fired power plants further, extending the compliance deadline by as long as two years.

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