Group expects 2013 to be year in which “the death bells ring for the commodity supercycle after its duly noted sunset.”
Some endangered species, including insects that had been presumed extinct, were found thriving in the ash heaps at coal-fired power plants.
Five unions representing Australian coal terminal employees are going on a strike at 6:30 a.m. Sydney time Friday.
Bad weather, labour disputes and lack of infrastructure have slowed output.
NUM wants earnings to go up from $530 to $850 per month for underground workers.
Virginia Attorney General and Republican Gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli made a campaign stop in Bristol this week and coal was a hot topic.
Among British Columbia's merchandise exports, coal is king as demand for metallurgical supplies remains strong globally.
Compliance Energy Corp.'s application found deficient by the provincial environmental assessment office.
"Our decision to focus on the OECD was deliberate and, I would argue, increasingly looks like the right call."
The first trip of its kind.
Hayward gained infamy for his management of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
"We need to squeeze returns from our installed infrastructure."
Declining reserves, higher production costs and increased competition putting pressure on the region.
Its flagship coking coal mine in southern Mongolia is running again.
Company said currently there is excess port capacity but eventually the country would need more terminals to meet rising demand.
The Liverpool Plains proposal doesn't pass the sniff test.
The Taozigou coal mine is unauthorized.
9 out of the top 10 producing coal mines in the United States are located in Wyoming
Preferred bidder also bought mines from second largest open pit coal miner in Scotland in December.
Andrew Mackenzie to tour Pilbara iron ore mine on first day as CEO.
Mining downturn leading to redundancies in New South Wales.
Company plans to look for alternate site in the Pacific Northwest.
Proposal to cut red tape for small miners.
Turmoil abounds prior to the June 26 vote in Mongolia.
The proposal has the public up in arms because the coal – four million tonnes annually – would be used to fire power plants in Asia.
China, Japan and South Korea to put aside disputes to address rising air pollution.
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