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Coal Miner Benefits Dog Government

Hours to a government shutdown, coal-state Senate Democrats blocked swift action on a stopgap spending bill over benefits for retired miners and pressed President-elect Donald Trump, a self-proclaimed coal champion, to intervene with Republicans.

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Good Sign for Coal Power as Natural Gas Prices Rise

It hasn’t been a bad couple of months, relatively speaking, for the domestic coal industry on both policy and market developments.

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A Government Shutdown Could Be In The Making

The clock is ticking for the Senate to pass stop-gap spending measures if they want to dodge a looming government shutdown, since current funding levels expire today, December 9.

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Ten Detained in Connection With China Coal Mine Disaster

Ten people were detained in China on Friday in connection with a coal mine disaster that killed 32 people last week, state media reported.

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India's NTPC to Mine 2 Mil Mt Coal in Fiscal 2017-18 From First Coal Block

India's largest electricity generator NTPC Limited plans to mine 2 million mt of coal in the 2017-18 fiscal year from its first coal mine Pakri Barwadih in the eastern state of Jharkhand, a company source said Friday.

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Caterpillar Will Consider Retaining Jobs in U.S. Under Trump

Under a Donald Trump government, Caterpillar will consider keeping jobs in the US that may have otherwise been shifted abroad, CEO Doug Oberhelman said.

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Coal Miner Exchange Website Up and Running

Coal and Quarry Miner Exchange became part of the Coal News family of companies in September and has been paired with CoalZoom, coal’s foremost online newsletter.

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Court Rules Against EPA in Case Over Coal Job Losses

The Environmental Protection Agency has not properly estimated the potential job losses in the coal and other industries affected by its regulations, a federal judge ruled Monday.

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