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China's July Coal Imports Rebound
China's Thermal Coal Price Returns to Pre-Pandemic Levels
Thermal coal price in China has trended back to pre-COVID-19 levels as it strongly rebounded by 17% from the previous trough of $65.72 per tonne to $76.76 as of 3 June.
Indonesia's 2020 Coal Exports Seen at 435 Million T
Indonesia, a major global thermal coal producer, exported 175.15 million tonnes of coal in January to May and exports for the full year are expected to be 435 million tonnes.
Wyoming, Japanese Companies to Pursue Carbon Capture Efforts
Wyoming's efforts to boost global coal demand will take a step forward next year.
Japan Turns to Coal as COVID-19 Delays Solar Projects
In the wake of the COVID-19, electricity demand in Japan has dropped and power prices have declined.
Coal India Output Falls 11 pc to 41 MT in May
State-owned Coal India Ltd reported 11.2 per cent decline in production at 41.43 million tonne in May.
Clean Tech Could Cut Fossil Fuel Profits by Two-Third: Carbon Tracker
A new international report on Thursday showed how falling demand and rising investment risk is likely to slash the value of oil, gas and coal reserves by nearly two thirds -- from $39 to $14 trillion.
Explosion Disrupts Coal Mining at India's SCCL
Coal production at a key mine operated by India's state-owned coal producer Singareni Collieries has been impacted in the last two days following an explosion.
Indonesia Sets June HBA Thermal Coal Price at $52.98/mt, Close to 4-Year Lows
Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources set its June thermal coal reference price -- also known as Harga Batubara Acuan or HBA -- at $52.98/mt, down 13.3% on the month and 35% on the year.
AK Steel to Close Coking Coal Mine After No Buyer Found
Pennsylvania-based AK Coal Resources is closing over the next few months after a buyer did not come forward to take over the North Fork coking coal mine.
Rising Global Coal Demand by 2050 Unavoidable, DOE Official Says
The United States and other countries need to take massive action to capture and store carbon dioxide from coal-fired power plants.
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