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Next week, CEOs, financiers and investors will gather for two days of sharing ideas and networking opportunities.
A recent report from Greenpeace found that China's coal consumption declined in the first half of this year and new Chinese government data suggests that the country's coal imports have dropped. Estimates indicate that by the end of the year, China's coal imports could be 8 percent below 2013 levels.
A GlenTinto is not as far-fetched as it sounds.
Countercyclical investors sitting on $8 billion unspent funds have been waiting for clear signs of a market bottom. The wait may well be over.
The latest restrictions on production, consumption and imports could drive prices 10% higher by the end of the year.
Anglo American is putting its Peace River metallurgical coal operation on care and maintenance. Operations at the Trend mine will cease at the end of 2014.
Productivity, followed by capital decisions and obtaining a social license to operate, are among the top risks global mining and metals companies face.
American Electric Power faces lawsuit.
The government of Canada's British Columbia, has hit the pause button on a high-grade anthracite coal mine proposed by Fortune Minerals Limited in the northwest part of the province.
It won't announce its verdict on the matter until an unspecified later date.
The latest battleground for U.S. President Barack Obama’s so-called war on coal isn’t even in the lower 48 states. It’s across the border in British Columbia.
First international conference about geosynthetics in mining begins Monday.
A big corporate break-up à la BHP Billiton is definitively not in his books, he told FT.com.
The figure recently hit a seven-year low, rising concerns over how these cost-cutting measures may delay the country’s next generation of mines.
Here is one interpretation of how much is left on Earth.
After reaching a six-year low in its price and recent industry cutbacks to production, metallurgical coal is showing classic signs of a resource that is ready for a cyclical uptrend.
The Atlantic province will introduce legislation to prohibit high-volume hydraulic fracturing for onshore shale gas this fall.
Officials halted rescue efforts, believing that five men who remained trapped underground were dead.
Fiscal third-quarter profit dropped 61% to $71.3 million, or 71 cents a share, down from $183.2 million, or $1.71 a share, a year earlier.
There's a history there of course. Just ask Mick Davis.
The decision is considered a key political victory for Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
Vast stretches of northern Europe’s wilderness will soon host more mining companies going ahead with several projects in the area.
Mining accidents are common in Turkey, where poor safety conditions have cost 3,000 lives since 1941.
They barely have enough to last a week, the lowest level since one of the world's worst blackouts hit the country in 2012.
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