Oil & Gas
New Energy Vehicles
Policy & Regulation
Exhibition & Forum
Expansion Plan For One of World’s Biggest Coal Mines Challenged in India
NLC India Begins Coal Production in Odisha
"NLC India Ltd's Talabira-II and III Opencast Coal Mine in Odisha having normative capacity of 20MTPA commenced coal production on Sunday," the Tamil Nadu-based company said.
Coal India's April Average Daily Output Down 11.3% year-on-year
Daily coal production in India halved in April from march.
Berkshire, AIG Urged by NYC's Comptroller to Divest from Coal
Continuing to invest in coal projects will only bring greater financial risks, potential liabilities and future cost burdens.
Coal Producers Announce Layoffs, Market Dismal
The Powder River Basin's coal workforce shrunk by about 6% Thursday with the layoff of 300 workers from three mines.
Sweden Exits Coal Two Years Early
The Nordic nation is now the third European country to have waved goodbye to coal for power generation. Another 11 European states have made plans to follow suit over the next decade.
EU Coal Demand to Fall as Imports Reach 30-Year Low
In February, the eu's net imports of thermal coal fell to a 30-year low.
Pandemic Shutdown Is Speeding Up The Collapse Of Coal
Coal mines across the country have begun to close, lay off workers and reduce production.
Russia's Mechel Sells Main Coal Mine Project to Reduce Debt
Russian steel and coal producer Mechel said on Wednesday it had sold its stake in Russia's Elga coal mine to a local businessman to reduce debt.
Austria Becomes Second EU Country to Go Coal-Free – Sweden on Its heels
Austria and Sweden both closed their last operating coal-fired power plants.
Coal India Arm Kick-Starts Roadmap to Achieve 75 MT Output by FY23
Coal India is contributing to an ambitious 1bn target of more than 75m tonnes of production.
Covid-19 Measures Reduce BHP Thermal coal Output
Mining firm BHP’s thermal coal output declined 14% to 5.8m tonnes in the January-March, as measures to stem the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, coupled with weather-related disruptions, affected production.
Citi Stop Working with Hermal Coal Miners, to Reject Funding for Arctic Oil, Gas Exploration
Citigroup will stop providing financial services to thermal coal-mining companies over the next 10 years to help accelerate the economy’s shift away from fossil fuels.
No Plans to Scale Down Coal India's FY21 Production Target Amid Subdued Demand
The government has no plans to cut coal India's output target of 710m tonnes in the current financial year.
India Backs Renewables Over Coal Amid Covid-19 Curbs
India is taking special steps to support renewable energy projects during the extended Covid-19 lockdown in a bid to stick to the country's broader goal of trimming its reliance on coal.
China March coal output up 9.6% Year-on-Year
China produced 340 million tonnes of coal in March, up 9.6% year-on-year, the National Statistics Bureau said on Friday.
Italy's A2A to Stop Using Coal at Italian Power Plant with Immediate Effect
Italy's biggest regional utility A2A said on Thursday it would stop using coal at its power plant in the northern town of Brescia with immediate effect.
Seaborne Coal Prices Under Pressure as Demand Softens in China, India
The main buyers in China and India are starting to favour domestic supplies over seaborne imports.
Central China's Hunan to Reduce Number of Coal Mines
Central China's Hunan Province will cap the number of its coal mines at 100 before the end of 2021 to ensure the safe operation of the coal industry, local authorities said Tuesday.
Decommissioning coal – an opportunity for energy storage?
Coal has underpinned power generation for more than a century as a cheap, reliable and well understood technology, writes IHS Markit analyst George Hilton.
Thermal Coal Demand Declining Globally, Driving Fewer Imports, Production
Thermal coal demand is declining globally and forcing cutbacks of imports and production, driven by lower power-sector coal demand resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, analysts said Tuesday.
Ukraine to Hit Russian Coal With 65% Tariff in Effort to Reduce Energy Dependence
The Ukrainian government will today introduce a new duty of 65% on coal imports from Russia.
Coal Minister Asks Chief Ministers to Not Import Coal, Source Domestic Fuel
Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi has written to chief ministers of all states asking them to not import the dry fuel and take domestic supply of fuel from state-owned CIL, which has the fossil fuel in abundance.
Coal India Offers Deferred Payment Option to Consumers
State-owned Coal India has offered 550 million tonnes (MT) of dry fuel for the power sector in the ongoing fiscal, the ministry said.
GlobalData: Global Coal Production Set to Grow by Only 0.5% in 2020
Global coal production is expected to grow only marginally in 2020, from 8.13 billion t in 2019 to 8.17 billion t in 2020 a growth of only 0.5% after three consecutive yearly increases.
South Korea's Thermal Coal Imports to Sink 19.2% to Decade-Low
The country imposed tougher restrictions on coal power from December 2019 to March.
Most views from Coal
Decarbonising Coal Use in India: Role of Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage
Coal India Trades Higher, Gives Over 30% Returns in a Year; Should You Invest?
Vietnam Braces for Power Crunch, Coal in Line for Boost
Coal Share in China’s Power Mix to Decline in Coming Years: Report
G7 Urged to Phase Out Fossil Fuels by Netherlands, Chile, Others
Coal Country to Carbon Innovation: Wyoming Rare Earths Discovery Could Be a Game Changer for US