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Greece Commits to 2025 Coal Phase-Out
Indonesia Behind on 2020 Coal Export Target
Indonesia may fall short of a government-set target to export 400mn t of coal this year, having shipped a little more than 329mn t in January-October.
China's Coking Coal Imports Fall to Five-Month Low
China's coking coal imports fell to a five-month low in October, hit by slowing Australian arrivals following an unofficial ban on coal imports from the country that was imposed in early October.
Shakhtyorsk Coal Seaport Ships 10 million t of Coal
The coal seaport of Shakhtersk, one of the key assets of the Eastern Mining Co., has achieved a record coal shipment rate since the beginning of 2020.
Indonesia and China Strengthen Coal Investment and Trade Co-Operation
The Indonesian Coal Mining Association and China Coal Transportation and Distribution Association have signed a co-operation in a form of memorandum of understanding to increase the coal exports from Indonesia to China.
South Korean Coal Restrictions to Edge up This Winter
South Korean state-owned Kepco utilities operated 56 coal-fired units with a combined capacity of 33.7GW.
More than 60 Australian Coal-Carrying Ships Kept Waiting to Unload off Ports in China
Labor presses Coalition to explain what it knows about delays as pricing agency says Beijing appears to be ‘singling out’ Australian imports
Coal Country Can Retool Itself To The New Energy Future
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute came out with a really interesting study on how Coal Country can, and must, redefine itself in the energy future that is emerging.
Teck Provides Steelmaking Coal Market Update
Teck Resources Ltd has announced that it has increased its steelmaking coal sales to China for 4Q20 in response to increased demand.
China and Indonesia Sign $1.5 bln Thermal Coal Deal
China will buy $1.467 billion worth of thermal coal from Indonesia next year, the Indonesian Coal Mining Association said on Wednesday.
Beijing Mulls Allocating Extra 2020 Coal Import Quotas
Chinese authorities may allocate an additional 20mn t of coal import quotas for this year, according to multiple market participants, to help cope with firmer winter demand and higher domestic prices.
As More Countries Pledge Zero Emissions, Coal Finance Evaporates
Financing for coal projects is drying up at ever increasing rates as more countries target zero carbon emissions amid an energy transition sweeping the world.
VGK Carries Out Land Reclamation at the Solntsevsky Coal Mine
As part of environmental protection measures, the Vostochnaya Mining Co. implemented a project to restore land at the Solntsevsky coal mine with a total area of 22 ha.
Japan’s Coal Demand may Drop Next Quarter
Recovering nuclear availability in Japan towards the end of the first quarter of 2021 could trim the country's demand for coal imports.
South Korea's Coal Imports Fell 12.8 Percent year on year from January to October 2020
From January to October 2020, South Korea imported 102.341 million tons of coal, a year-on-year decrease of 14.971 million tons or 12.8%.
China's October Coal Output Points to Domestic Shortage
China's October coal output rose marginally compared with a year earlier but fell from the previous month.
Trump's Coal Rescue was Doomed from the Beginning
Coal giant Peabody Energy emerged from a near-death trip through bankruptcy in April 2017, just in time to benefit from President Donald Trump's efforts to revive coal country.
Renewable Energy Generation will Overtake Coal within 5 Years, Says IEA
A new report from the International Energy Agency has cast a spotlight on the incredible resilience of renewable energy growth to the emergence of the COVID19 pandemic.
Solntsevsky Coal Mine Increases Volume of Production
The Solntsevsky coal mine, a key mining asset of the Eastern Mining Co., has exceeded the figure in terms of production last year. Over 9.2 million t of coal have already been mined.
Siemens Energy Announces Immediate Exit from New Coal Projects
Siemens Energy today announced that it was withdrawing from all new coal projects.
Coal Consumption In U.S. Electricity Sector Plunges 30%
Milder winter in early 2020 with lower demand also led to lower use of coal in the U.S. electricity sector, the EIA said.
Biden Power Plan Worries Coal Sector
US president-elect Joe Biden's ambitious plan to achieve carbon-free electricity generation by 2035 could deal a devastating blow to the US coal industry, industry leaders warn.
ACE and WCA Strengthen Joint Commitments to Clean Coal in Signing of Memorandum of Understanding
The ASEAN Centre for Energy and the World Coal Association have today signed a 3 year MOU under the new leadership of both organisations, in recognition of the strategic importance of the ASEAN region.
India’s Jindal Power Looks to End Coal Imports
Indian private-sector utility Jindal Power is aiming to completely stop importing thermal coal and meet its coal requirements from local sources.
New Vietnam Law Threatens to Delay Major Coal Projects
A new law in Vietnam could delay four major coal-fired power projects worth a combined $9.1 billion, a U.S.-based think tank said on Tuesday, as the Southeast Asian country looks to up the amount of energy it generates from renewable sources.
US DoE Supports R&D of Net-Zero with Coal FIRST Initiative
The US Department of Energy is supporting the development of 21st-century electricity and hydrogen energy plants that have net-zero carbon emissions.
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Greece Commits to 2025 Coal Phase-Out