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Australia Forecasts Record Mining, Energy Export Sales for 2023
Mongolia Resumes Coal Exports to China
Mongolia has resumed coal exports to China, the country's Finance Minister Chimed Khurelbaatar said here on Monday.
Coal India Attains Highest Single-Day Production of 3.17 Million Tonne
Coal India Ltd's single-day production peaked to a new high of 3.17 million tonnes on March 20, a company official said on Saturday.
China's January-February Coal Output Drops 6.3% as Coronavirus Disrupts
China's coal output in the first two months of 2020 fell 6.3% from the same period a year earlier as the coronavirus outbreak stopped miners from getting back to work after the Lunar New Year holiday was extended in a bid to contain the epidemic.
World Fritters Away Half Trillion Dollars on Coal Support
Nations around the world risk wasting $640 billion by continuing to prop up the coal industry rather than investing in less expensive and environmentally friendlier wind and solar power initiatives.
Coal Power Developers 'Risk Wasting Billions'
Coal power developers risk wasting hundreds of billions of pounds as new renewable sources are now cheaper than new coal plants, a report has said.
China Resumes 83.4% Coal Production Capacity Amid Epidemic
China has resumed 83.4 percent of its coal production capacity amid the fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said Wednesday.
47GW of U.S. Coal Capacity to be Uneconomic by 2024
Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC sees a $64 billion spending opportunity on top of double-digit earnings accretion for more than a dozen utilities that decide to retire uneconomic coal plants and replace them with cheaper renewables by 2025.
Morgan Stanley: 47GW of US Coal Capacity Uneconomic by 2024
Nearly 50GW of US coal power capacity will be unable to compete with renewables by 2024, according to analysis from US investment giant Morgan Stanley, which advises more than a dozen utilities to prepare to retire coal plants and replace them...
Why the World’s Third-Largest Economy is Still Betting on Coal
Japan, the world’s third-largest economy, is leaning into coal power, a striking move at a time when the climate crisis is accelerating and most of its economic peers are cutting back on the high-polluting energy source.
Chinese Coal Traders Hunt for Short-Term Buys Amid Virus Disruption
Chinese coal traders and small coal-fired utilities are scrambling to lock in supplies of fuel from miners, worried about the prospects of market tightness as downstream users return to work after an extended national holiday.
Angloto Decide This Year on Fate of South African Thermal Coal Assets
Global miner Anglo American expects to decide this year whether to sell its South African thermal coal business, Chief Executive Mark Cutifani told Reuters on Monday.
Reliance on Coal Divides European States
Two European states with a traditional reliance on coal are taking radically different paths as the climate crisis worsens.
Renewable Energy Policy Paper Proposes Crackdown on Coal Use
The accelerating renewable energy and energy efficiency discussion document explores possible options to address barriers to reducing energy-related emissions and improve energy efficiency.
Coal India Output in January Rises 10.7%
Coal India on Tuesday said it has registered a double-digit production growth of 10.7 percent in January. The company as a whole has been averaging close to 2 MT per day coal output during the month, it said in a BSE filing.
Coal India to Follow Environmental And Sustainable Standards
The miner's comment came after the CAG of India, in a report, said that six, out of seven coal producing subsidiaries of CIL, did not formulate environmental policies.
Coal is Out as APS Sets Carbon-Free Goal
Arizona Public Service (APS) announced Jan. 22 that it plans for all its power generation to be carbon-free by 2050, and also said it plans to produce nearly half its power from renewable sources by 2030.
Thermal Coal Prices Are Expected to Recover This Year As Oversupply Tightens
Thermal coal prices are expected to recover this year after losing around a third of their value last year as demand from some south-east Asian countries grows and oversupply tightens due to financing constraints for new capacity.
British Government Will Suspend Financial Support for Thermal Coal
The British government will suspend financial support for thermal coal as part of efforts to present itself as a global leader in green technology, Boris Johnson, the prime minister, announced at the inaugural UK-Africa summit.
Germany Needs 18 Years And $ 44 Billion to Quit Coal
Germany introduced on Thursday that it would certainly invest $445 billion to quit coal– however except an additional 18 years, by 2038.
China's Coal Imports Raced Ahead in 2019
China's coal imports raced ahead in 2019, surprising many who had expected that in the months of 2019 to come the government would clamp down strictly on shipments said Banchero Costa Research in its latest report.
U.S. Coal-fired Power Plants Closing Fast Despite Trump's Efforts to The Industry
U.S. coal-fired power plants shut down at the second-fastest pace on record in 2019, despite President Donald Trump’s efforts to prop up the industry, according to data from the federal government and Thomson Reuters.
Sunflower Finally Abandons Plans 895-MW Coal-fired Power Plant
Sunflower Electric Power Corp. has abandoned plans to build the $2.8 billion Holcomb Expansion after its partner on the 895-MW coal-fired power plant project in Kansas, Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, announced it would no longer pursue
Seaborne Coal Trade Around The World Rose 0.7 Per Cent in 2019
Imports and exports, counted together, rose to 1.218 billion tonnes from 1.210 billion tonnes in 2018, VDKI Managing Director Franz-Josef Wodopia said in an speech made available to Reuters, citing VDKI estimates.
German Officials Agree Plan to Shut Down Coal-fired Power Plants by 2038
German officials have agreed on a plan to shut down the nation's coal-fired power plants by the mid to late 2030s that will involve operators getting billions of euros in compensation, the government said Thursday.
Plans for New Deep Coal Mining Projects in Britain Considered "Unnecessary"
The report focused on Woodhouse Colliery in the county of Cumbria, in northwest England, which is the first deep coal mine project to be launched in Britain in 40 years.
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