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Five Coal Ships Depart From Baltimore in Week Ended July 12

Five coal-laden ships departed from Baltimore in the week ended July 12, up from four a week earlier, according to cFlow, Platts trade-flow software. The total dead-weight tonnage of the departures was 228,743 dwt, up from 107,784 dwt in the prior week.

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Fact-Checking the Fact-Checkers

Global warming pressure groups are using every trick in their book to censor and besmirch Michael Shellenberger after he posted an article apologizing for the climate scare on behalf of environmentalists.

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UK's Dunston Straiths: A Symbol of the Past Fighting for its Future

In North East England, Dunston Staiths is a pier-like runway that was used to tip countless millions of tons of coal into the cargo holds of the huge ships on the River Tyne below.

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Atlantic Coking Coal: Asia Softening Dampens Prices

US coking coal prices have been weighed down by a fall in Asia-Pacific prices as sellers reduce their offers to boost interest, with many Chinese buyers having already exhausted their import quotas.

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CONSOL Provides a Preliminary Update for the Second Quarter of 2020

CONSOL Energy Inc. and CONSOL Coal Resources LP today provided an update on their second quarter 2020 operational performance and cash management efforts as well as their ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Drybulk Shipping Q3 Outlook: COVID-19 Resurgence Tempers Q3 Optimism

Pockets of strength are expected across dry bulk markets in the third quarter, while freight rates face headwinds from a potential drop in demand due a second wave of COVID-19 infections emerging across the globe.

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The Greening of Planet Earth

What effect does the burning of fossil fuels and the resulting emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) have on the earth's biosphere?

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The Greening of Planet Earth Continues

The controversy over the effects of increasing levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) on nature -- and the fossil fuel combustion that contributes to it -- continues to intensify.

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