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Death Toll From Pakistan Coal Mine Blast Climbs to 13

A Pakistani official says rescuers have recovered the bodies of five remaining miners who were missing after a mine caved in following a methane gas explosion this week.

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EIA Data Undermines Trump’s Love Affair With Coal & Nuclear

A handful of reports published over recent weeks by the US Government’s own Energy Information Administration and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s have revealed that coal and nuclear continue their decline across the country.

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Capital Southwest Supports Refinancing of Blaschak Coal Corp.

Capital Southwest invested an $8.5 million split lien term loan to refinance existing senior debt and provide growth capital and is the sole administrative agent and lender on the split lien facility.

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US Energy Secretary Rick Perry Applauds North Dakota for Role in Energy Renaissance

"This renaissance of the energy industry in America, North Dakota is right at the tip of the spear," Rick Perry said following a roundtable discussion with energy industry leaders.

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Chinese Buyers Cool to Beijings

Chinese coking coal buyers were unfazed by Beijing's slapping of an additional 25% import tariff on $16 billion worth of US products -- including coking coal, coke and thermal coal -- from August 23, given ample availability of alternative supplies.

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Life at the Midpoint of the SME Presidency; Organization, Discipline and Team Work in the Middle of It All

Statement by Barbara Arnold, 2018 SME President.

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EIA's Coal Markets Report: August 13, 2018

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending August 10, 2018.

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Matrix IntelliZone Proximity Detection Receives Australian IECEx Approval

Originally introduced to the American market in 2009, IntelliZone is the leading proximity detection system in the U.S. and South Africa.

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Cecil Roberts Re-Elected UMWA President for Sixth Term

Cecil Roberts, 71, is known as a fiery, passionate speaker and has battled in recent years to protect retired union worker pensions as the coal industry has slumped.

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China's Coal Imports Surge in July

China's coal imports in July hit a record high in four and a half years as demand for coal-fired electricity increased during the summer, official data showed.

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DOE Selects Three Advanced Combustion Projects to Receive Over US$3 Million in Funds

These projects are supported through the funding opportunity announcement DE-FOA-0001728, Advanced Combustion Systems: Existing Plant Improvements and Transformational Technologies.

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After Ditching a Billion-Ton Target, Coal India Reviews Demand and Diversification Afresh

Formally acknowledging that its one-billion-ton-a-year production target by 2020 will not be met, Coal India Limited will undertake a complete review of domestic coal demand and diversification of business verticals.

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The One Market That's Sure to Help Coal

As still the world's leading source of electricity (most critically, overwhelmingly so in all-important China and India) at 37-40% of all supply, and still generating 30% of U.S. power, coal is obviously not dead.

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Bodies of Seven Laborers Retrieved From Coal Mine in Pakistan

Rescue teams are trying to recover seven other coal miners who are still believed to be trapped in the mine. The excavation operation has been underway since yesterday.

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Norway Is Opening for Business in Carbon Capture

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has announced that it will be moving forward with an undersea project for carbon capture and storage, the first in the world to be able to store carbon dioxide waste from multiple industrial sources.

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Weekly US Coal Production Reaches New 2018 Peak

Weekly US coal production totaled an estimated 15.9 million st in the week that ended Saturday, up 6.2% from the prior week and 0.9% from the year-ago week, according to US Energy Information Administration data, released Thursday.

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Remember When Obama Shutdown Coal Mines Nationwide? George Soros Bought Up Peabody for 10 Cents/Dollar. Now DNC Considers Reversing Ban on Fossil Fuel Donations; Coincidence?

The real winner of President Barack Obama’s so-called “war on coal” isn’t the EPA, nor is it the natural gas industry. It’s liberal billionaire George Soros.

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US Coal Has Not Flourished as Advertised Under Trump

Newly released data shows the coal industry is doing worse today than it was when President Barack Obama was preparing to leave office in January 2017.

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South African Mining Unions Warn Implats Against Massive Job Cut Plan

A political storm is brewing in South Africa this week over the decision by Impala Platinum to eliminate 13,400 jobs over the next two years in a bid to cut costs and revive the price of the precious metal by trimming supply.

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Seoul to Brief United Nations Security Council This Week on Probe Into North Korea Coal Shipment

The government is preparing to report to the UN Security Council about Seoul’s custom agency’s probe into three South Korean firms accused of importing North Korean coal disguised as Russian products.

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Reduced Coal Jobs Prove Industry's Ongoing Struggles

The number of coal jobs edged down in Kentucky between April and the end of June, illustrating the industry’s continued struggles.

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US CAPP Export Coal Tight, Prices Come Off For High Sulfur NAPP, IB Coal

As US domestic coal markets continue to deal with low demand on account of cheap natural gas, exports remain a viable outlet thanks to strong overseas demand.

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Peabody Announces Expiration Of Consent Solicitations Relating To Its 6.000% Senior Secured Notes Due 2022 And 6.375% Senior Secured Notes Due 2025

The previously announced solicitations of consents to amend the indenture governing its 6.000% Senior Secured Notes due 2022 and 6.375% Senior Secured Notes due 2025 had expired.

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Trump Ran to Help Coal Country — And the Numbers Are Coming In

In 2016, while Hillary Clinton was running to “put coal miners and coal companies out of business,” then-candidate Donald Trump was pledging to save the industry. And as Bloomberg is now reporting, he may be on the verge of succeeding.

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Democratic National Committee Backtracks On Its Ban Of Fossil Fuel Donations

The Democratic National Committee passed a resolution Friday afternoon that activists say effectively reverses a ban on fossil fuel company donations.

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Pennsylvania's Cumberland Mine Seeks Revised Water Discharge Permit

More than 50 people attended a hearing Thursday on a revised water discharge permit for Pennsylvania's Cumberland Mine, speaking both for and against proposed effluent limits for certain contaminants the mine discharges into the Monongahela River.

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Candidates Propose Different Paths Forward for Wyoming's Coal Industry

Discussions about economic diversification have featured in nearly every Wyoming race this election cycle, with candidates suggesting ways the state can decrease its reliance on revenues from the volatile energy sector.

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Warrior Met Coal Announces Pricing of Secondary Offering by Certain Selling Stockholders

Warrior Met Coal, Inc. announced the pricing of an underwritten secondary offering of 2,204,806 shares of its common stock by certain of its existing stockholders at a public offering price of $25.50 per share.

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Trump Officials Helped Edit 'Bomb Cyclone' Report to Boost Coal

Trump administration officials prodded authors at one of the Energy Department’s national labs to highlight past electrical outages from natural gas-fired power and emphasize planned coal plant closures as part of the analysis.

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MSHA Fatality Final Report Posted - Morgan Camp Mine, Coal Fatality #5, June 4, 2018

On Monday, June 4, 2018, at approximately 11:40 p.m., Ronald R. Taylor died from injuries sustained when the personnel carrier he was riding in contacted a roof-to-floor support lying in the roadway.

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Committed to Coal

In Marion, Illinois, lawmakers met Wednesday afternoon in a private forum with coal industry leaders, pledging support for the diminishing portion of the energy sector once known as King Coal.

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Mines Focus of Kansas Museum's Quarterly Exhibit

The quarterly exhibit at Miners Hall Museum in Kansas will recall the historical importance of mines to the local economy and how the history of mining and railroads were closely connected.

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Early Registration Savings End TODAY for S&P Global Platts Coal Marketing Days Conference – Sept. 20-21 – Pittsburgh, PA

The S&P Global Platts Coal Marketing Days Conference gathers the best and the brightest of coal buyers, sellers, traders, transportation providers, ports and terminals, among others, to network and exchange industry knowledge.

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Politicians, Leaders Discuss Future of the Coal Industry at Illinois Coal & Mining Expo Opening

A meeting of the minds was highlighted by the presence of four CEOs from the nation’s top coal companies — Alliance Coal, Knight Hawk Coal, Peabody Energy and Prairie State Energy

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US Fossil Fuels Target Global Energy Poverty, Climate Change in New PR Push

A new campaign from a group of US fossil fuel industry representatives will aim to sell coal, gas and oil as a technology-friendly solution to global energy poverty that is already entrenched in the day-to-day lives of much of the developed world.

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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Plans Monday Visit to North Dakota Coal Mine, Power Plant

Perry’s visit will include tours of North American Coal’s Falkirk Mine and Great River Energy’s Coal Creek Station.

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Brookville Equipment Corporation Brookville Equipment Corp. Hosts 100th Anniversary Celebration

Addresses were given by CEO and Chairman Dalph S. McNeil, who discussed the major role long-tenured employees played in the company’s success, and President Rick Graham, who focused on how the company is continuing to transform and evolve.

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Regency Mines Plans Revival through US Coal Consolidation

Regency’s partner Legacy Hill Coal is the operator of MET and has a 53% stake, with the UK business owning the rest

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Pennsylvania Coal Plant Project Receives State Support

It’s a move that state leaders said will allow LCT Energy to create at least 100 new permanent jobs – and open opportunities for additional mining.

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EIA's Weekly Coal Production Report - August 9, 2018

The Weekly Coal Production report has been updated for the week ending August 4, 2018.

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Poland Wants Coal Jobs Protected Amid Green Energy Shift

Polish trade union leaders and government officials at a climate conference called Thursday for nations to protect industrial jobs and be given the freedom to choose their own approaches to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Peabody Announces Receipt Of Requisite Consents In Consent Solicitations Relating To Its 6.000% Senior Secured Notes Due 2022 And 6.375% Senior Secured Notes Due 2025

The Consent Solicitations are being made in accordance with the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in a Consent Solicitation Statement dated July 30, 2018, to holders of record as of July 30, 2018.

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Controversy Persists Over Suspected North Korean Coal Shipments to South Korea

South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said Thursday that it is closely communicating with the US on the issue of suspected North Korean coal shipped to South Korea, amid concerns that the North may be exploiting gaps in the international sanctions regime.

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US Coal Cargoes Speed to China to Beat New Tariffs

At least four cargoes of US coal worth $30 million are headed to China as Beijing prepares to hit imports with hefty 25 per cent tariffs, threatening a niche supply of the fuel even as China's appetite for foreign coal shows no sign of abating.

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ArcelorMittal, Steel Tenders for Coking Coal May Meet Higher Offers

Steel giant ArcelorMittal surprised coking coal markets recently with a major US domestic and international seaborne combined tender enquiry for fourth-quarter 2018 and 2019 volume, a taste of US forward demand as steel prices hit highs.

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Rhino Resource Partners LP Announces Second Quarter 2018 Financial and Operating Results

For the quarter, the Partnership reported a net loss of $3.0 million and Adjusted EBITDA of $4.6 million, compared to a net loss of $0.3 million and Adjusted EBITDA of $6.9 million in the second quarter of 2017.

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Corsa Coal Announces Results of Annual and Special Meeting

At the Meeting, eight nominees were re-appointed as directors of the Company to hold office until the close of the next annual meeting of the Company's shareholders.

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Coal Country Feels Burned by Bank of the West

“We will no longer finance coal mines or coal-fired power plants that are not actively involved in the energy transition,” the bank announced in a statement on its website.

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Higher Natural Gas, Low Stockpiles Could Lead to Volatile Coal Prices

Natural gas prices are likely to climb above $3/MMBtu this fall and coal inventories are projected to end the year at 105 million st, according to a prominent US coal analyst.

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German Uniper's Coal-to-Gas Plan Will Cut Scholven Capacity to 114 MW

Uniper currently operates three coal-fired units at Scholven: units B and C with 345 MWe each as well as a smaller 70 MWe combined heat and power unit.

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England: Friends of the Earth Battles Plans to Reopen an Underground Coal Mine in Neath Valley

In England, plans to reopen an underground drift coal mine in the Neath Valley are going back before councilors after an environmental campaign group highlighted the application had not included any up-to-date ecological surveys on protected species.

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An Outsized Impact

Coal miners hold a special place in America’s collective consciousness. For years, writers and pundits have tried to identify the reason for coal mining's importance in the American imagination and American politics. Theories abound.

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Mission's US Pinnacle Low-Vol Hard Coking Coal Mine in Closure Threat on Geology

Mission Coal's Pinnacle low-vol coking coal mine may be forced to close, due to geological issues and water seepage, cutting available volumes of the grade for export markets, the company's CEO said Wednesday.

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Customers Calling Out Bank Of The West’s ‘Anti-Coal’ Policy

Outrage over a bank’s new policies regarding the energy industry is boiling over in coal country. This, as a bank with a local branch in a small NW Colorado town adopts what many call a new anti-coal policy.

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New Sandvik Sleeve Saver™ Longwall Pick Improves Productivity, Safety

The Sleeve Saver™ Longwall Pick from Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology is an all-new design that has been engineered to last longer than standard longwall picks, as it also works to protect and extend the life of the sleeve and block.

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Wyoming Governor-Hopeful Mark Gordon Criticizes Climate Change Ruling Affecting Wyoming Fossil Fuels

U.S. District Judge Brian Morris denied a request from environmental groups to stay new leases pending a regional review, but ruled each new lease will have to include a climate change evaluation in both Wyoming and Montana.

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New Technology Fires Up Interest in Coal Power Plants

New investments in South Asia and the Middle East, as well as increasing interest from Sub-Saharan Africa including Kenya, are likely to maintain coal’s stranglehold on the power market, where it holds 40 percent of the world’s energy output.

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New Report Shows Why High Efficiency Low Emissions Remains Imperative for the Association of South East Asian Nations Countries

Developing and emerging economies such as the Association of South East Asian Nations, cannot meet their energy needs, tackle energy poverty, and reduce global emissions without utilizing all energy options and all low emission technologies.

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Group Says US Energy Panel Stacked With Industry Supporters

Conservationists claimed in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that a Trump administration committee reviewing royalties paid by companies on fossil fuels extracted from public lands is stacked with industry supporters who conduct some meetings in secret.

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Coal Industry on Steady Decline Under Trump's Leadership

Newly released data shows the coal industry is doing worse today than it was when President Barack Obama was preparing to leave office in January 2017.

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RMCMI Tri-State Meeting Registration Now Open!

The 2018 RMCMI Tri-State Regional Meeting will be held September 5-6, 2018.

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Yancoal Prepares to Resume Production at Australia Austar Met Coal Mine

Prior to Tuesday's announcement, Yancoal had not indicated when it expected to resume operations. Yancoal manages the Austar mine on behalf of Watagan Mining Company.

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Unions Tell Poland to Push Coal as UN Climate Host

Poland’s trade unions are mounting a defence of coal workers against the impacts of climate policies in a government-backed conference this week.

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Large New Philanthropic Fund Responds to Coal Country Transitions

The story is familiar: Factories leave, farms mechanize, mines close, and the community suffers and shrinks. Finding a new economic engine that can provide jobs, power the tax base, and keep the kids from leaving is a daunting task in today’s rural Americ

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A Conversation With Wyoming Congressman Liz Cheney on Health Care, Helsinki and Coal

Legislation was introduced that would say, “You can’t have any more moratoriums of coal leasing on public lands without Congressional approval," states Cheney.

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Summer Happens

According to NASA satellite measurements, global temperatures were warmer last year (including last summer) and the year before that in comparison to 2018 and this summer.

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Matrix IntelliZone Proximity Detection Receives Australian IECEx Approval

Originally introduced to the American market in 2009, IntelliZone is the leading proximity detection system in the U.S. and South Africa.

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Murray Energy Quietly Funds Opposition to Ohio’s First Offshore Wind Project

The $126 million, six-turbine Icebreaker Wind project has been undergoing regulatory analysis at the Ohio Power Siting Board.

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Ramaco Resources, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2018 Financial Results

Ramaco Resources, Inc. today reported net income of $10.2 million, or $0.25 per diluted share for the second quarter of 2018, compared with a net income of $5.3 million, or $0.13 per diluted share for the first quarter of 2018.

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Despite Legal Challenges, CONSOL Continues Longwall Mining Beneath Pennsylvania's Ryerson Station State Park

CONSOL Energy repeatedly predicted in permit applications that its longwall Bailey coal mine in Pennsylvania would impact streams in and around Ryerson Station, Greene County’s only state park.

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Coal Mine Blast Kills Four in Southern China, Another Nine Missing

Four workers were killed and nine were missing after an explosion at a small coal mine in China’s Guizhou province on Monday night, state-owned Xinhua News reported on Tuesday citing local authorities.

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West Virginia Governor Says State Taxes Paid in Full

Flanked by officials with the state’s Department of Revenue and Department of Environmental Protection, Justice said taxes owed to the state by his companies have been paid and all state and county tax obligations fulfilled.

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Hartshorne Mining Expected to Begin Shipping Coal Early 2019

Representatives of Australian-based Paringa Resources recently presented updates on the progress of and expected economic boost from two Kentucky coal mining projects to McLean Chamber of Commerce members.

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China is Building Coal Power Again

Analysis by CoalSwarm estimates that 46.7 gigawatts of new and restarted coal-fired power construction is visible based on satellite imagery supplied by Planet Labs.

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EIA's Coal Markets Report: August 6, 2018

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending August 3, 2018.

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MSHA: Central Appalachia Quarterly Coal Production Nears Three-Year High

Coal mines in Central Appalachia saw a near-three-year high in production volumes for the second quarter, as the metallurgical and export markets continue to remain strong, according to preliminary US Mine Safety and Health Administration data.

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SME Thrive 2018 Symposium

This one-day symposium offers presentations on cutting-edge technologies that increase safety, improve design capabilities, and allow mining and processing under adverse conditions.

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15th Annual Old Construction & Mining Equipment Show September 8 & 9, 2018 in New Athens, Ohio

All antique trucks, construction, crawler, and mining (surface or underground) equipment are welcome. All antique tractors, engines, and anything old iron also welcome.

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German Energy-Related Carbon Emissions Seen 3% Lower in H1

German energy-related carbon emissions are estimated to have fallen 3% year on year in the first half of 2018 after primary energy consumption dropped 1% as a mild spring more than offset the 5% demand gain during a cold first quarter.

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S&P Global Platts Coal Marketing Days Conference – Sept. 20-21 – Pittsburgh, PA

Now in its 41st year, S&P Global Platts Coal Marketing Days Conference gathers the best and the brightest of coal buyers, sellers, traders, transportation providers, ports and terminals to network and exchange industry knowledge.

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US Coal Exports Again Move Higher in June

US coal exports totaled 9.2 million mt in June, up 5.1% from May and up 38.6% from the year-ago month, according to US Census data out Friday.

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Coal Industry Stock Outlook: Holds Promise for Long Term

At present only one stock in our coal industry universe, namely Peabody Energy, holds a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy).

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Trump's Order on Coal Plants Signals Shift From talk to Action

Recently, a memo revealed President Donald Trump had directed Energy Secretary Rick Perry to take immediate steps to halt the closure of coal-fired power plants.

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CONSOL to Seek Permits for Low-Vol Metallurgical Coal Mine in West Virginia

The permitting process will take at least 12-18 months, according to US investment bank Seaport Global. Higher demand for US coking coal in domestic and overseas markets has boosted interest in developing resources.

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Longwall Mining Machinery Pioneer, John Dye, Passes

John F. Dye II, 61, of Washington, Pennsylvania, died Saturday, August 4, 2018, in his home. He was born June 29, 1957, in Canton, Ohio, a son of the late John and Mary Whitt Dye.

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Sweden-Based Hexagon Acquires Mining Safety Solutions Provider Guardvant

Guardvant provides advanced mining safety solutions to aid mines in boosting operator performance, creating a more productive work landscape and protecting assets.

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$1 Million in Funding Ok'd for Coal Pilot Programs in Ohio

The grants will go toward pilot programs that explore novel uses for coal and associated byproducts.

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New Mexico Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Steve Pearce Says He Would Work to Keep San Juan Power Plant Open if Elected Governor

Pearce says he would work to keep San Juan power plant open if elected governor

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The Challenge of Using Social Media in the Mining Sector

Gone are the days when resource companies used newspapers, radio, annual reports, magazine ads, mining relevant magazines and the ubiquitous press releases to ‘get the word out.’

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Coal Piles Up at Power Plant as Cheap Natural Gas Wrecks Eastern Kentucky's Economy

A utility that serves Eastern Kentucky and burns coal to produce electricity has sold $17.6 million worth of coal it didn’t need, offering yet another example of how the relatively low cost of natural gas has undermined the region’s economy.

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Global Merger Volumes Fall in Second Quarter

Global merger and acquisition transaction values in the mining and metals sector fell by 9.5% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2018, advisory firm Ernst & Young reported this week.

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Rio Tinto's Coal Sales Show Strength of Queensland, Australia's Resources Sector

In Australia, the Queensland Resources Council has welcomed the strong sale price for Rio Tinto’s Queensland coal assets, which will continue to operate under new owners.

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Bevill State Community College and Warrior Met Coal Graduate First-Ever Mining Class

Warrior Met Coal and Bevill State Community College have teamed up to train underground coal miners, and their newest graduates are heading out of the classroom and onto the job.

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Public Perception of Mining at a Six-Year High in Australia

Outright support for the mining industry amongst Australians came out at 46 percent versus total opposition at 13 percent. Total support outweighed opposition by more than three to one.

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Last Chance to Take Your Place in Doncaster, England Mining History

Former miners have just days left to throw their hat in the ring for a place in Doncaster's mining history.

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US Utilities Balk at Expanded Carbon-Capture Subsidy

A Reuters survey of the top 10 U.S. power companies showed eight have no plans to purchase and install carbon capture and storage equipment, citing high costs and uncertain demand, while the other two declined to comment.

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In Search of Cleaner Coal, Scientists Lace Lake With Toxic Element in Canada

Experimental Lakes Area toxicologists study how selenium, a coal-mining byproduct, moves around the food web.

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Foresight Energy LP Reports Second Quarter 2018 Results

Foresight generated coal sales revenues of nearly $270.0 million on sales volumes of 5.9 million tons resulting in a net loss attributable to limited partner units of $29.2 million, Adjusted EBITDA of $104.1 million, and cash flows from operations of $30.

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Regency Mines: Mining Equity Trust Starts Virginia Coal Operation

Regency Mines Plc announced that it has been informed by Legacy Hill Resources Ltd, the 53% owner of Mining Equity Trust, LLC (MET), that as of August 2, 2018, MET has taken over the operation of the metallurgical coal operations at Cedar Bluff, VA.

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New Alabama Coal Miners Have High Hopes as They Head Underground for First Time

For 15 new miners, who graduated from a four-week underground mine safety course at Bevill State Community College Thursday, their first day below the surface is today.

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Senators Defend Montana's Right to Export Coal to Asia

Senators Steve Daines, John Barraso, Shelley Moore Capito and James Inhofe introduced a bill clearing the way for construction of the Millennium Bulk Terminal, which would create hundreds of Montana jobs by expanding trade opportunities for Montana coal.

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Canadian Coal Sector Sees Support From Coking, Asia Thermal Prices

Two years of higher-than-average met coal prices and 2018's first-half rally in seaborne thermal coal markets are helping drive more interest in Canada's coal mines and projects seen by the Coal Association of Canada.

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Coal Exports Have Surged Since President Trump Took Office

Global demand for American coal is increasing — by a ton.

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Head to Alaska for the 75th Usibelli Coal Mine Anniversary

Now, you might not have written “Hang out with family at coal mine” when you were planning out your summer bucket list, but this is an opportunity that should be taken advantage of.

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Judge: US Must Weigh Cutbacks in Top Coal Region by Late 2019

A federal judge in Montana has given the Trump administration until late 2019 to analyze reductions to mining in the nation's most productive coal fields as a way to fight climate change.

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CONSOL Energy Sees Record Coal Production, Sales in Quarter Two

Bailey, Enlow Fork and Harvey produced a record 7.7 million st of coal in Q2, up from 6.7 million st in the first quarter of 2018 and 6.8 million st in the year-ago quarter.

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Analysis: Coking Coal's 8% July Drop on Trade Worries, Not Steel Deman

Trade jitters in China related to the US's push to impose tariffs and retaliatory measures to guard against a longer-term softening in Asia's biggest economy may have driven seaborne coking coal's 8% month-on-month decline in July.

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Terrequip Mining Drafted in at Australian Pacific Coal's Dartbrook Project

Australian Pacific Coal, on its way to re-commencing underground mining at its Dartbrook mine in New South Wales, Australia, has appointed a new contractor.

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EIA's Weekly Coal Production Report - August 2, 2018

The Weekly Coal Production report has been updated for the week ending July 28, 2018.

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Solar Power Is Harming Taxpayers & Consumers

Thanks to politicians, environmentalists, and the solar industry, taxpayers and consumers are being fleeced.

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Coal Industry Still Contributes Big to West Virginia

As the coal industry continues to rebound, its overall contribution to West Virginia’s economy is nothing short of phenomenal, supporting upwards of 17 percent of the state’s total GDP.

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Last Chance: Illinois Basin Coal & Mining Expo Event

The 2018 Illinois Basin Coal & Mining Expo will feature some of the region’s top industry experts, who will share their insights and foresights about the existing state of the coal industry, and the future of mining on the whole.

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Canada to Soften Carbon Tax as Firms Fret About US Competition

The move underlines the challenges facing Canada as it tries to deal with Washington under US President Donald Trump, who has slashed domestic corporate taxes and imposed tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum.

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Anglo American Completes Sale of South African Thermal Coal Mine

A subsidiary of the diversified miner, Anglo American Inyosi Coal, sold its 73% in the New Largo coal project which included the New Largo thermal coal project and Old New Largo closed colliery, to New Largo Coal Proprietary.

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CONSOL Coal Resources LP Announces Results for the Second Quarter 2018

Highlights of the CCR second quarter 2018 results include cash distribution of $0.5125 per limited partner unit for the second quarter and net income of $19.4 million.

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CONSOL Energy Boosts Debt and Equity Repurchase Authorization

CONSOL Energy Inc. has announced that its Board of Directors has increased its previously authorized repurchase program to an aggregate amount of up to $100 million from $50 million, through the period ending June 30, 2019.

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CONSOL Energy Announces Results for the Second Quarter 2018

CONSOL Energy has announced net income and cash flow from operations of $52.7 million and $162.5 million.

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NACCO Industries, Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2018 Results

For the second quarter of 2018, NACCO reported consolidated revenues of $33.7 million and consolidated income from continuing operations of $6.4 million, or $0.92 per diluted share.

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Warrior Met Coal Announces Second Quarter 2018 Results

Warrior reported second quarter 2018 net income of $91.3 million, or $1.72 per diluted share, compared to second quarter 2017 net income of $129.9 million, or $2.46 per diluted share.

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Innovation and Technology are Key to Ensuring Sustainable Use of Coal of ASEAN

Liam McHugh, World Coal Association Policy Manager, shared highlights from Thailand where he addressed the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Forum on Coal workshop.

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Trump's Making U.S. Coal Exports the Greatest They've Ever Been

US exports of coal used by power stations are set to hit a record this year on increased global demand for the nation’s high-energy-content fuel.

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Educated in New England

New England is an energy-intensive place to live (the winters are no joke), and energy bills show it. Poor policy choices have burdened consumers with some of the nation’s highest energy prices to compound the burden of high energy use.

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Morien Provides Update on Donkin Mine

Morien owns a gross production royalty of 2% on the first 500,000 tonnes of coal sales per calendar quarter and 4% on any coal sales from quarterly tonnage above 500,000 tonnes.

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Cummins Reports Record Revenue, Earnings Per Share in Second Quarter

Engine maker Cummins Inc. posted record revenue and earnings per share in the second quarter as demand for trucks and construction, mining and power generation equipment all improved.

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Canada's Conuma Expects Met Coal Export Rise Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert, British Columbia, has been making a pitch as the closest North American deepwater port to Asia and with no vessel congestion.

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2018 RMCMI Tri-State Regional Meeting

The 2018 RMCMI Tri-State Regional Meeting will be held on September 5-6, 2018 in Sheridan, Wyoming.

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Dry Fork: A Model of Modern U.S. Coal Power

Dry Fork Station began commercial operation as a swath of older, less-efficient U.S. coal plants contemplated retirement amid a flood of environmental rules.

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EPA: Key Air Pollutants Drop 73 Percent Since 1970

Americans who value clean air and robust economic growth do not need to make an either-or choice, according to the Environmental Protection Agency’s new annual report on air quality.

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Celebrate the 75th year of Alaska's Usibelli Coal Mine

Everyone is invited to celebrate the 75th year of Usibelli Coal Mine at a special event in Healy, Alaska on Saturday, August 4.

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Hope and Change in an Alabama Coal Mine

Buoyed by President Trump’s support for the industry, a veteran miner is putting his cash on the line and reopening his business.

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West Virginia's Pinnacle Mine to Lay Off Roughly 90 Miners

Representatives from the United Mine Workers of America Career Center will provide information to the laid-off miners, to guide them toward schooling or training, either inside or outside the mining industry.

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Rio Tinto Completes Sale of Remaining Coal Assets

Rio Tinto has completed the sale of its remaining coal assets in Queensland, Australia, for $3.95 billion.

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