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Australia Forecasts Record Mining, Energy Export Sales for 2023
China's Coking Coal Imports Rise in November
China's imports of coking coal saw steady growth in November, according to data from General Administration of Customs. Last month, the imports of the coking coal surged 16 percent year on year to 6.18 million tonnes, customs data showed.
India Coal Imports Rise 4% to 161 MT in Apr-Nov
The country’s coal imports registered an increase of 4.4 per cent to 161.43 million tonnes (MT) in the April-November period of the ongoing fiscal.
Mahagenco Fails to Get Environmental Clearance for Coal Mine Again
The company was unable to hold public hearing for obtaining environmental clearance due to opposition from locals.
Utility Company Removing All The Coal Ash from Power Plant
The coal ash was being held in pits without a protective plastic liner, which allowed arsenic and other toxic materials to seep into groundwater.
Government Plans to Give Big Push to Private Sector Mining of Coal
Stating that the coal sector had a single mindset of coal production from Coal India Ltd, he said the sector has to be dynamic, respond to the challenges coming from non fossil fuel component and answer the technology challenges.
Coal Mines PFO to Impose Levy on Its Member Producers
The levy is estimated to raise Rs 650 crore from Coal India this year if it manages to meet its yearly production target.
Coal India Battling Production Crisis
CIL saw its production decline by 7.7 per cent to 330.4 MT in April-November period, over 358.3 MT in the year-ago period. The state-owned firm had earlier said that it will produce 750 million tonnes of coal in the next financial year.
Four Persons Are Booked For Coal Scam in Bhavnagar
Four persons were booked on Tuesday for allegedly mixing cheap quality of coal with the coal supply meant for Nirma Cement Factory in Bhavnagar.
291 MT！Fuel Supply by Coal India to Power Sector Drops 9% in Apr-Nov
The fuel supply by Coal India (CIL) during the month of November also registered a decline of 9.9 per cent to 38.8 MT, against 43.1 MT in the corresponding month of previous fiscal, the data showed.
Coal India's Output May Increase by 125 MT From 16 Blocks Allotted Last Year
The government is keen on Coal India hastening up exploration and operationalising all its blocks soon.
Government Auctions over 200 Coal Blocks for Commercial Mining in 5 Years
The government will open up the Indian coal sector with a large offering of over 200 blocks for commercial coal mining in the next five years having a potential to produce at least 400 million tonnes of coal at peak capacity.
Company Idles Virginia Coal Mine due U.S. and China Trade War
A company that owns a coal mine in Virginia has furloughed 600 workers until the end of the year. The reported reason behind the move is the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Coal Prices Dragged Down by Falling Demand for Power and Steel
Coal prices are on course for their biggest annual fall in more than a decade, hurting producers of the fossil fuel but cutting raw-material costs for struggling steelmakers.
Novel CO2 Capture Technology Reduces Vehicle Emissions By 90%
They propose to capture CO2 and convert it from a gas to a liquid in a process that recovers most of energy available onboard, such as heat from the engine.
BHEL Commissions India's First Lignite-based 500 Mw Power Plant
The project which will be the country's first lignite-fired power plant is also the highest rating pulverised lignite-fired thermal unit commissioned in the country so far.
Economic Coal Reserves Need to be Identified Faster
New areas for additional coal reserves, economical for mining should be identified at a faster pace, said coal secretary Anil Kr Jain.
CIL Buys Coal from Orissa Government Captive Mine
CIL subsidiary Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL) has started lifting 6,000 tonnes of coal daily from the Manoharpur mine in Jharsuguda district allotted to Odisha Coal and Power Ltd (OCPL).
Japan Relies on Coal for 32% of Electricity Supply
During the recent United Nations climate conference COP25 in Madrid, Spain, Japan was given the “Fossil of the Day” award twice by the international environmental NGO Climate Action Network.
Germany's Coal Exit is a Done Deal - or is It?
The fate of coal-fired power production in Germany has been sealed with the agreement of a government-appointed commission to phase-out the fossil fuel no later than 2038.
Goldman Sachs Abandons Coal as Investors Look to Low-Emissions Future
The latest climate talks in Madrid achieved very little, with the world's governments making glacial progress on the task of cutting greenhouse gas emissions to avoid climate catastrophe.
Indonesian Bukit Asam Targets to Produce Around 30 mt of Coal in 2020
Indonesian state-owned coal miner PT Bukit Asam targets to produce around 30 million tonnes of coal in 2020, compared with an estimate of 28.5 million tonnes produced this year, its director told reporters on Monday.
Trump Scores a Win for Coal in Blow to Renewable Energy
President Donald Trump can claim a victory for his friends in the coal industry after his hand-picked energy regulators changed the rules in the biggest U.S. power market.
Battelle Works to turn Coal into Foam for Commercial Use
Battelle, a research and development company, has secured a $1 million grant to perfect the process of turning coal into commercial foam products. One side benefit: The carbon from the coal would be permanently captured in the foam product.
Reactor Anti-Terror Upgrades to Boost LNG, Coal Demand in 2020
Japanese utilities face hundreds of millions of dollars in extra fuel costs in 2020 as they buy extra liquefied natural gas (LNG) and coal while nearly half the country’s working nuclear reactors go offline for government-ordered security upgrades.
US Coal Sector Remains in Rough Shape into the 2020s
The US coal sector is seeing little hope of improvement in the next few years, after a long list of bankruptcies, power plant closures, layoffs, and other troubles marred the industry’s timeline over the last decade.
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