Coal mining in the Russian Federation at the beginning of the 2nd half of the year again plunged into losses

Mining News Pro - Coal mining in Russia at the beginning of the second half of the year again plunged into losses after three months, when the balance of the industry was positive, follows from the data of Rosstat.

US gov’t downplays effects of coal mining on public lands

Mining News Pro - The resumption of coal mining on public lands in the United States will result in a negligible increase in greenhouse gas emissions, the Trump administration has told those opposing the decision.

Canada launches strategic assessment of thermal coal mining

Mining News Pro - The United Nations Secretary General has called for no new coal plants by 2020, and Canada has said it is phasing out traditional coal-fired power by 2030.

India likely to adopt revenue sharing model for commercial coal mining

Mining News Pro - India’s Coal Ministry is likely to adopt revenue sharing contracts for next month’s commercial mining coal block auction.

Putin orders review of Russian coal mining tax

Mining News Pro - Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the government to review a mineral extraction tax for the Russian coal industry by Oct. 31, instructions published by the Kremlin showed on Saturday.

Labor Party defends stance on coal mining

Mining News Pro - The Labor Party’s unexpected loss in the federal election over the weekend could owe to its anti-mining policies, evident in regional Australians’ eroding support for the party.

Coal mining comes back to the UK with $218 million project

Mining News Pro - A new £165 million (about $218 million) coal mine, Woodhouse Colliery, has been unanimously approved by councillors in the county of Cumbria, in northwest England. The mine promises hundreds of jobs, but also protests by environmental activists.

Boggabri adds to coal mining fleet

Mining News Pro - National Mining Services has delivered three new ‘ultra-class’ Komatsu 930E dump trucks and a Liebherr R 9800 excavator to Idemitsu’s Boggabri open-cut coal project in the Gunnedah Basin of New South Wales, Australia

South Africa: Court Drama As State Tries to Force Through Coal Mining Plan

Mining News Pro - This week, the Pretoria High Court was to have heard an application to review the government`s hush-hush 2016 approval of a coal mine in the Mabola Protected Environment, a strategic water catchment and crucial biodiversity area of the Mpumalanga grasslands.

Global coal mining industry sees compound annual growth

Mining News Pro - The global coal mining market is growing, with a CAGR of close to 2% from 2018-2022, according to a coal mining report published by Technavio.

Commercial coal mining in India potentially heading for backburner

Mining News Pro - Signs are emerging that commercial coal mining in India, sans any end-use restrictions and permitting free merchant sale, will be put on the backburner, if not die a slow death altogether.

Russia: coal mining in Chukotka up in January-April 2018

Mining News Agency -In January-April Chukotka Autonomous District mined 225.8 thousand tons of coal, up by 13.2% YoY.

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