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Saturday 24 June 2017
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Trump’s measures to revitalize the mining industry are steps on the right direction, and they will benefit not just the US, but also Canada, said Max Porterfield.

Fresh bid is far better than the $2.55bn it offered earlier this month and considerably more than the $2.45bn offered by Yancoal, the Chinese-backed miner that is Rio’s preferred buyer.

Coal India, responsible for about 82% of the nation's total coal output, said the closures would save around 8 billion rupees ($124 million).

The acquisition would make of Yancoal Australia’s largest pure-play coal producer.

Mongolia’s renewed efforts to attract foreign investment it’s bearing its first fruits.

The world’s largest mining company announced that Ken MacKenzie has been elected to succeed Jac Nasser

China, the world's largest energy consumer, burned the least coal in six years.

Chinese-owned Yancoal has signalled it may raise its bid for Rio Tinto's Hunter Valley coal assets, after striking the agreement with Mitsubishi to buy its stakes in the same mines.

Cyclone Debbie forcing Asian steelmakers to diversify supply – Mozambique could be big beneficiary.

President Donald Trump didn't waste the opportunity to press his pro-coal agenda by mentioning the opening of a new coal mine in Pennsylvania.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is building on earlier funding into research aimed at pulling rare earth elements (REEs) from coal.

Miner and commodities trader Glencore (LON:GLEN) has performed a coup d'etat on a deal that was practically sealed between Yancoal Australia (ASX:YAL) and Rio Tinto’s (ASX, LON:RIO) for Rio's coal assets in Australia's Hunter Valley.

Is the bad and the ugly over and the good returning to the mining industry? PwC seems to think so.

Coal shipments from North Korea to China fell from 1.4 million tonnes, worth $126 million, in January to zero in April.

Iron ore's transformation from a relic of the industrial age to the driving force behind a commodity supercycle that reshaped the global economy.

Global coal production is down record amounts thanks largely to China, BP's chief economist said Thursday, and coal's probably not coming back.

Before construction begins, activist groups are making sure to continue to speak up against the $16bn Carmichael coal mine

The US administration will review federal plan to protect the dwindling population of greater sage grouse in 11 western states.

The Energy Department announced up to $3 million in available support for manufacturers to use supercomputers at the department's national laboratories to tackle major manufacturing challenges.

The expert institution operating under the auspices of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe will contribute to the development of new methods of capturing and use of methane as a valuable energy source.

World’s top miner BHP seeking partners for vessel automation

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