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Drummond Ships First Coal to UAE

Colombian coal producer Drummond has exported the first of a series of shipments for the 2,400MW Hassyan coal-fired power plant in the UAE.

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As Net-Zero Pressure Grows in Europe, Some Utilities Enjoy Head Start

Most of Europe's major utilities have joined the race to net-zero, shedding their most polluting power plants and setting targets to reduce their carbon footprints.

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Covid Vs Coal: Has The Pandemic Accelerated Europe’s Green Energy Transition?

Parallel to the human and economic costs of the virus, reduced energy demand over the past year caused a 7% drop in emissions across Europe’s 10 richest nations, or 36.7 million fewer tons of CO2.

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Energy Transition Remains Strong Despite Pandemic, Work More Needed for Decarbonization

Renewable additions experienced little impact from the coronavirus pandemic with even stronger gains expected in 2021; however, more work is needed to reach decarbonization goals.

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Vietnam's Coal Imports Rebound in March

Vietnamese coal imports in March slipped for the fourth straight month from a year earlier, although they more than doubled from the previous month with the containment of rising Covid-19 cases to ensure business continuity.

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Legislature Looking to Boost North Dakota's Coal Industry

The North Dakota Legislature has heard a number of bills that seek to support the established coal industry in the state.

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Department of Energy to Provide $25 Million toward Development of a Quantum Internet

“Recent efforts at developing operational quantum networks have shown notable success and great potential,” said Barb Helland, DOE Associate Director of Science for Advanced Scientific Computing Research.

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Curry Supply Strengthens Footprint in the Great Lakes Region

In a strategic move to strengthen Curry Supply’s footprint in its Great Lakes sales territory, the company has announced John Brun, West Virginia resident, as a regional sales manager.

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Glencore, China Huaneng Sign Deal to Fit Carbon Capture to Australian Coal Plant

Glencore and China Huaneng Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on carbon capture utilization and storage, starting with a project at the 850-MW Millmerran coal-fired power station in Queensland, Australia.

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U.S. Energy-Related CO2 Emissions Declined by 11% in 2020

CO2 emissions decreased by 11% in the U.S. in 2020 primarily because of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions. Energy-related CO2 emissions fell in every end-use sector for the first time since 2012.

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US Met Coal Miner Warrior Strike Continues as Union Rejects Deal

Warrior Met Coal said April 12 a strike by workers is continuing as weak reference Australian coking coal prices at $110/mt threaten margins at higher cost producers.

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Australia's Queensland Coal Exports Hit Four-Year Low

Total shipments last month rose from February when exports were at a two-year low in absolute terms but fell from March 2020 levels.

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21 Miners Trapped in Flooded Coal Mine in China

Xinhua news has reported that eight miners have been rescued and 21 remain trapped in a flooded coal mine in Xinjiang, China.

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Shipping Q1 - Dry Bulk Freight Market's Surprise Strength Extends Into Q2

Pent-up demand for commodities from grains to coal powered a surprisingly strong recovery in the dry bulk shipping market in the first quarter, with both freight levels and earnings reaching multi-year highs.

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How the Story of Modern Scotland is the Story of Scottish Coal

In compelling new book ‘Coal Country’, Ewan Gibbs explores how Scotland’s lost coalfields transformed the nation’s political landscape.

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EIA's Coal Markets Report: April 12, 2021

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending April 9, 2021.

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Legislature Looking to Boost State's Coal Industry

The North Dakota Legislature has heard a number of bills that seek to support the established coal industry in the state.

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UMWA to Begin Warrior Met Unity Rallies, Pay Strike Benefits

The International Executive Board of the United Mine Workers of America International union held a special meeting today to discuss the strike at Warrior Met, Inc., by around 1,000 members of the UMWA in Alabama.

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Honeywell Technology Enables Large U.S. Carbon Capture And Storage Project

The project is expected to be one of the largest carbon sequestration initiatives in the United States to date.

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China Coal Ban Puts Steelmakers in Quandry

Half a year after China imposed an informal ban on Australian coal imports, its steelmakers are still faced with the mammoth task of ensuring they have sufficient coking coal with the largest source of imports cut off.

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Komatsu Begins 100th Anniversary Commemorative Activities

Komatsu is going to celebrate its 100th anniversary on May 13, 2021.

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Legislators Extend Coal Severance Tax to Support West Alabama Communities Through 2031

A critical source of funding for West Alabama counties, communities and organizations has been renewed by the Alabama Legislature.

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West Virginia Congressman David McKinley to Address University Grads

As one of two professional engineers in Congress, McKinley has a seat on the Committee on Energy and Commerce, where he has been active on issues related to the coal industry, environmental regulation, energy efficiency, and health care.

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UK: Staff at Historic Worcester Factory Set to Close Left in Shock After Pay Rises and Investment

The Joy Mining plant in Bromyard Road, previously called Meco, is set to close by 2023 its owners Komatsu have said.

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For Mexico's President, The Future Isn't Renewable Energy - It's Coal

Andrés Manuel López Obrador's devotion to fossil fuels and rejection of cleaner energy at a time when most nations are moving in the opposite direction has dismayed environmentalists.

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China Mine Rescue: Crews Race to Free Trapped Workers in Xinjiang

Rescue teams are trying to reach 21 people trapped in a coal mine that flooded in China's Xinjiang region, local media reports say.

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2021 W.Va. Legislative Session Now Completed

The W.Va. Legislature has finalized action on three of WVCA’s major legislative initiatives.

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Legislature Agrees to Remove Coal Communities Comeback From Coal Supply Bill

A bill aimed at maintaining a place for coal in West Virginia energy has evolved throughout the legislative session, and the final day was no different.

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Global Coal Production Expected to Rise by 3.5% in 2021

Global coal output is estimated to have declined by 2% in 2020 due to COVID-19-related lockdowns and restrictions, with significant reductions observed in the US (23.6%), Indonesia (13.1%), Russia (8.1%) and Australia (5.5%).

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Coal Output From Top 10 Coal Companies to Increase By Up to 6.6% in 2021

Coal production from the world’s top 10 mining companies (Coal India, China Shenhua, Yanzhou Coal, Peabody, China National Coal, Glencore, Siberian Coal, PT Bumi, BHP and Arch Resources) is expected to be between 1,683-1,740Mt in 2021.

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Union Members Reject Agreement, Strike to Continue at Warrior Met Coal

A tentative agreement between the United Mine Workers of America and Brookwood, Alabama-based Warrior Met Coal Inc. was rejected Friday in a vote of union members.

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2021 W.Va. Legislative Session Nears Completion with Some Coal Wins

The top coal priority issues and a host of positive business issues have either been passed by both the Senate and House or are advancing to final, passage stage.

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India to Drive Coal Production Growth in 2021

A significant uptick in coal production by the major Asian economies – particularly India – will drive a 3.5% increase in total global coal output in 2021, according to UK-headquartered data analytics firm GlobalData.

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Anglo American to Spin Off South African Coal Assets

Anglo American is moving forward with its plans to exit coal by announcing it will separate its South African coal assets into a new business this year amid growing investor pressure to abandon the polluting commodity.

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Russia's Uralmashplant Wins Mining Industry's Largest Dragline in Decades, For Supply of Five 1,960 t Machines to Coal India

The contract was signed March 25, and is worth more than $350 million.

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Tax Plans Continue to Morph as West Virginia Legislatiure Enters Final Days

During the Vietnam War, a general was paraphrased saying he had “to destroy the village to save it.” This phrase may be the motivation behind President Biden and the liberal left, who want to eliminate fossil fuel use in America.

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Tax Plans Continue to Morph as West Virginia Legislatiure Enters Final Days

Republican backed efforts to pass a substantial tax reform package continue as the West Virginia Legislature enters the final two days of this year’s regular session.

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West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey Intervenes in Mitchell Plant Situation

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey entered the fray Thursday to help save Marshall County’s Mitchell Power Plant from being closed early.

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Historic Worcester Manufacturing Firm Set to Close, Leading to 150 Jobs Lost

The Joy Mining plant in Worcester, England - which has almost 100 years of history in the city - is due to close by 2023 the Unite union and the BBC have said.

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Coal Output Poised for Growth This Year After 2% Fall in 2020

Research agency GlobalData expects global coal output to have declined by 2% in 2020 owing to Covid-19-related lockdowns and restrictions.

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DOE Announces $35 Million for Technologies to Reduce Methane Emissions

DOE has announced up to $35 million for a new Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) program focused on developing technologies to reduce methane emissions in the oil, gas, and coal industries.

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Warrior Met Coal Miners in Alabama Denounce UMW President, Say They Will Reject Sellout Deal

A meeting of striking coal miners in Alabama erupted in anger Wednesday afternoon after United Mine Workers (UMWA) officials presented the details of their tentative agreement with Warrior Met Coal.

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RMCMI CO/UT Regional Meeting & Friends of Coal West Golf Tournament

The RMCMI CO/UT Regional Meeting & Friends of Coal West Golf Tournament will be held in Craig, Colorado on May 20-21, 2021.

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Indian Demand for US Mid-Vol Coking Coal Growing on Steel Rebound

Indian demand for US mid-volatile matter and premium hard coking coal imports grew in 2020 as strong steel and met coke fundamentals support India consumption rising to a new high in 2021 and 2022, according to Iman Resources.

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England: About 150 Jobs to Go at Komatsu Factory in Worcester

About 150 jobs are expected to go at a factory that manufactures mining equipment, the BBC understands.

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EIA's Weekly Coal Production Report: Thursday, April 8, 2021

EIA has updated the Weekly Coal Production report for the week ending April 3, 2021.

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Weekly US Coal Carloads Total 59,661, Down 3% on Week

Weekly US coal carload originations totaled 59,661, down 3% from the previous week and up 3% from the year-ago week, Association of American Railroads data said April 7.

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MSHA Final Report Issued for Fatality on January 16, 2021

On Jan. 16, 2021, a miner was fatally injured while using a tool to remove a down-the-hole hammer.

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China Started More Coal Plants Than The Entire World Retired In 2020

Despite commitments to become a net-zero emission economy by 2060, China—the world’s biggest carbon emitter—commissioned more coal-fired capacity last year than the rest of the world retired, a new report showed this week.

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Coal's Share in India's Power Mix Hits Highest in Over 2 Years

Coal's share in India's electricity generation rose to the highest level in at least nine quarters during the first three months of 2021, government data showed, reversing a trend of renewable energy gaining at coal's expense.

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MINExpo Dates Confirmed for September 13-15, 2021!

Don’t miss your chance to exhibit at MINExpo INTERNATIONAL®, September 13-15, 2021.

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Not All Jobs Are Created Equal

How we manage the energy transition will have huge implications for the reliability and affordability of our energy supply and for the millions of workers that are the foundation of our current energy system.

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Komatsu Celebrates 100 Years

Komatsu will celebrate the company’s 100th anniversary on May 13, 2021, followed by a series of activities over the next year centered around the company’s commitment to its new brand promise of “creating value together.”

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Citibank Seeks to Wind Up GFG Australia Units

The London-based unit of Citibank has filed an insolvency application in an Australian court against two local businesses owned by the Gupta Family Group (GFG) Alliance.

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UK: Redhills Awarded £4.5 Million Heritage Fund Grant

In the UK, The National Lottery Heritage Fund has awarded a £4.5m grant for the restoration of Redhills and its renewal as a vibrant centre of culture, heritage and education.

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Surprise Jump in Global Coal-Fired Capacity

Global coal-fired generation capacity increased for the first time since 2015 thanks to a steep increase in coal plant development in China, a new report out this week finds.

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The Social Cost of Carbon, A CO2 Ambient Air Standard, CO2 As an Air Toxic: None Can Stand as None are Legal Nor Sound

Politico reported yesterday that environmentalists are “pulling out all the stops” to push the Biden Administration to aggressively move on climate change.

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West Virginia Congressional Delegation, Environmentalists at Odds Over Biden Jobs and Infrastructure Plan

Members of West Virginia’s congressional delegation are wary of President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion plan to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure.

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Southwest Virginia Supervisors Oppose Coal Severance Bill

Tazewell County supervisors have joined their counterparts in Russell and Buchanan County in opposing the governor’s changes to the bill eliminating the coal severance tax.

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Why China is Still Clinging to Coal

Over half the coal plants under development globally are in China, and the country isn’t slowing down, a new report found.

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Fossil Fuel Financing Falls in 2020 Amid COVID-19, Environmental Groups Find

Fossil fuel financing fell by 9% in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic halted demand and production, but overall bank funding of the fossil fuel industry in 2020 remained higher than in 2016.

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Exhibition Coal Mine Open for the Season

Leslie Gray Baker, Director of Parks and Recreation, opened the doors to the 2021 season at West Virginia's Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine and the Youth Museum on Tuesday.

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Former Mining Engineer Professor at Missouri S&T Named to National Mining Hall of Fame

The National Mining Hall of Fame in Leadville, Colorado, has named Dr. Richard L. Bullock a member of its 2021 class of inductees. Bullock, who died in late 2020, was a graduate and former professor of mining engineering at Missouri S&T.

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China Turns to US Coal to Fill Void Created by Australia Import Ban, Offers Trade Deal Boost

Coking coal exports from the United States has filled some of the void created in China by its unofficial ban on Australian exports of the commodity over the past five months as trade manipulation creates “winners and losers”, economists said.

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US EIA Raises Gas Demand Forecast Even as Prices Soften Power-Sector Use

EIA has bumped up its US natural gas consumption forecasts for the rest of 2021, even as it predicted a slight decline in average US gas demand in 2021 amid lower use of the fuel in the power sector.

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EIA's Short-Term Energy Outlook

The higher expected natural gas prices cause the forecast share of generation from coal to rise from 20% in 2020 to 22% this year, and to 23% next year.

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Cheney Promises to Keep Fighting for Fossil Fuels

Fossil fuels have been targeted by environmental groups and political policy for years, and things could get worse as President Joe Biden’s administration works through its priorities.

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US Thermal Coal Exports May Tighten Despite Recent Price Rises

Downside potential for US thermal coal exports remains for 2021 despite recent rises in prices, S&P Global Platts Analytics warned April 5.

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MSHA Final Report Issued for Fatality on December 15, 2020

On December 15, 2020, a miner was fatally injured while changing the rear tire on a front-end loader. The victim was underneath the front-end loader when it fell.

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Tentative Agreement Reached at Warrior Met

The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) announced today that a tentative collective bargaining agreement has been reached between the UMWA and Warrior Met Coal, Inc.

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Lawmakers Have Succeeded in Advancing Three Bills Aimed at Defending Wyoming's Coal Industry

A bill intended to slow the closure of Wyoming coal-fired power plants appears poised to become law, after clearing the Senate last week.

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National Mining Hall of Fame Names 2021 Inductees

The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum announced the 2021 National Mining Hall of Fame inductees.

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The Wage Gap That Threatens Biden's Climate Plan

President Joe Biden's efforts to sell the country's workers on his climate agenda will face a major hurdle, data obtained by POLITICO show — a big wage gap between the new green energy jobs and the old fossil fuel ones.

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Trapper, Colowyo, Twentymile Mines Earn Mining Awards at Colorado Mining Association Conference

Trapper Mine, Colowyo Mine, and Twentymile Mine each received statewide accolades at the annual Colorado Mining Association and the Department of Reclamation, Mining and Safety conference for their hard work over the last few years.

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EIA's Coal Markets Report: April 5, 2021

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending April 2, 2021.

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Statement by Secretary Marty Walsh on the Anniversary of the Upper Big Branch Explosion

On the 11th anniversary of the explosion at West Virginia’s Upper Big Branch mine, U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh has issued a statement.

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Adani Enterprises Wins Coal Mining Contract From MAHAGENCO

Adani Enterprises (AEL) has bagged a new coal mining agreement (CMA) from Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (MAHAGENCO) for the Gare Palma Sector II coal mine in India.

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Indonesian Coal-Fired Capacity to Rise by 14-16GW

Coal is expected to remain the dominant power source in Indonesia's energy mix this decade, according to a report by state-controlled utility PLN, which expects 14-16GW of generation capacity to come on line by 2030.

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Japan JBIC to Fund Sojitz's Australia Coking Coal Deals

State-controlled Japan Bank for International Co-operation (JBIC) on 31 March agreed to loan up to $53mn for Japanese trading house Sojitz's unspecified coking coal projects in Australia.

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WV Remembers Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster On 11th Anniversary

Monday marks 11 years since the Upper Big Branch coal mine disaster in Raleigh County, West Virginia, where 29 miners were killed on April 5, 2010.

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Warrior Met Coal to Mobilize Scabs Against 1,100 Striking Mine Workers in Alabama

The company announced April 2, likely in a move to assuage investors’ fears, that it has “continuity plans” should the strike continue.

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West Virginia University Study: Economic Impact of Harrison Power Station Nearly $600 Million in 2019

The power station, located on a 1,400-acre site in the unincorporated community of Haywood, West Virginia directly employed 414 workers and paid an estimated $73 million in employee compensation in 2019.

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Coal Tax Credit Phaseout Bill Could Impact VCEDA

While a proposed change to legislation phasing out Virginia’s coal tax credits could benefit a Southwest Virginia college, another longtime regional agency is waiting to see the full impact on its revenues.

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Memorial to be Held on 11th Anniversary of UBB Disaster

A memorial will be held Monday on the 11th anniversary of the Upper Big Branch Mine explosion in West Virginia that killed 29 miners.

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West Virginia Energy Industry Reps Reflect on Pandemic's Impact on Session

This year’s session of the West Virginia Legislature has been unconventional to say the least.

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Day One of Warrior Met Coal Worker Strike

United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) told ABC 33/40 News union members at Warrior Met Coal (WMC) began an Unfair Labor Practice strike Thursday night at 10 p.m.

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China’s First Set of Long-Distance Coal Mine Slopes

The production of these two pieces of equipment marks the first time that TBM’s will be used in the construction of long-distance slopes in coal mines, setting a precedent for the use of Tunnel Boring Machines in such inclined shafts.

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India Pushes Back Deadline for Coal-Fired Utilities to Adopt New Emission Norms

India has pushed back deadlines for coal-fired power plants to adopt new emission norms by up to three years, and allowed utilities that miss the new target to continue operating after paying a penalty, according to a government notice.

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Owner of Ship Stuck in Egypt's Suez Canal Offers Apology

The Japanese owner of a skyscraper-sized cargo ship wedged across Egypt’s Suez Canal has apologized for the incident that’s imperling global shipping.

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Coal Severance Tax Extended for 10 Years

Legislation sponsored by Senate Pro Tem Greg Reed, R-Jasper, will extend the coal severance tax for 10 years, generating at least $2.5 million for Winston, Walker and Fayette counties over the life of the extension.

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Department of Energy to Provide $5 Million to Advance Workforce Development for High Energy Physics Instrumentation

DOE has announced plans to provide $5 million to support a DOE traineeship program to address workforce needs in high energy physics instrumentation.

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Holmes Mine Rescue Association Conference Survey

The 2021 National Holmes Conference is tentatively scheduled for October 11-14, 2021 in Clearwater, Florida at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort & Spa.

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West Virginia Governor, Company Ordered to Pay $6.8 Million in Coal Feud

A federal judge in Delaware has ordered West Virginia Gov. James Justice and one of his family-owned coal companies to pay $6.8 million for breaching a contract with a Pennsylvania coal exporter.

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China's Reduction Target Looks Elusive

The Chinese government and the nation’s state-owned power producers have set aggressive goals on renewable energy, but plans to retire or rein back coal-powered plants – they produce a third of China’s carbon emission – failed to keep up.

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Brookwood Miners Go On Strike at Warrior Met Coal

After failing to reach an 11th-hour agreement with Warrior Met Coal Inc., more than 1,100 mine workers in Brookwood are now on strike.

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Advantage Announces Advanced Modular Carbon Capture and Storage Technology, First Commercial MCCS Deployment at Glacier, and Founding of Entropy Inc.

Advantage Oil & Gas Ltd.and Allardyce Bower Consulting Ltd. have announced they have jointly developed breakthrough carbon capture and storage technology capable of commercial profitability at a carbon price below CDN$50/tonne.

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Coal Remains Crucial to West Virginia Economy and National Economy

While coal may not be the king of the economy like it once was, it remains critical to continued growth and success, not just in West Virginia but in the nation and the world.

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Epiroc to Acquire Mining Electrification Solutions Provider

Epiroc, a leading productivity and sustainability partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, has agreed to acquire Meglab, a Canadian company with expertise in providing electrification infrastructure solutions to mines.

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Virginia Governor Encourages Directing Coal Tax Credit Savings to UVA-Wise

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam wants the legislature to give its word that in exchange for eliminating the controversial coal tax credits that benefit Southwest VA, it will invest the savings in UVA's College at Wise.

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Strike Set for Alabama Coal Mines Barring Late Agreement

Over 1,100 Alabama coal mine worders are ready to go on strike against Warrior Met Coal Inc.

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Biden Plan Would Spend $16B To Clean Up Old Mines, Oil Wells

President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion plan to transform America’s infrastructure includes $16 billion to plug old oil and gas wells and clean up abandoned mines, a longtime priority for Western and rural lawmakers from both parties.

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Coal Company Said It Hopes To Avoid Strike, Will Continue Talks While Serving Customers

Following threat to strike by the United Mine Workers of America over claims of unfair labor practices, Warrior Met Coal Inc. said it remains committed to the negotiation process and is working toward a resolution.

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Warrior Braces for Strike, Met Coal Inventory Falls

US coking coal miner Warrior Met Coal, which continues to negotiate with workers planning strike action effective April 1, has reportedly seen its coal inventory fall sharply from 1 million st at the start of the year due to strong export demand.

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Is There Light at the End of a Dark Tunnel for US Coal Markets?

US coal markets are seeing a strong recovery from the abysmal market conditions in 2020. Can this resurgence continue this year?

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EIA's Weekly Coal Production Report: April 1, 2021

EIA has updated the Weekly Coal Production report for the week ending April 27, 2021.

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Biden's $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Aims to Reenergize US Power Grid

The White House on March 31 released the outline of a jobs and infrastructure plan that calls on Congress to invest $100 billion to "reenergize America's power infrastructure."

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ABB, Hitachi to Develop GHG-Reducing Solutions

Tech and equipment company ABB and Hitachi Construction Machinery signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop solutions aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with heavy machinery in mining.

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Biden's EPA Dismisses Dozens of Trump-Appointed Science Advisors

Administrator Michael Regan says the decision to reset two major advisory panels will reduce industry influence on environmental rules and bolster the importance of science within the EPA.

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Biden Energy Plan Boosts Renewables Outlook, Puts Oil and Gas on Notice

The $2 trillion infrastructure and energy plan would dramatically reshape the nation's energy landscape by offering new tax incentives for clean energy, electric transmission projects, and carbon capture and storage technology.

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West Virginia Legative Update: Priority Coal Legislation Passes

Most of the legislative priorities including SB 542 (Coal Pant Legislation), SB 718 (Investment Tax Rebate Program), SB 677 (Mine Safety) and HB 2493 (Reserve Coal Property Taxes) have all been passed by the Senate and House respectively.

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Warrior Met Coal Remains Committed to Employees

At Warrior Met Coal, we value and appreciate our employees’ hard work. Simply put, we are only as good as our team.

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Major Wyoming Coal Company Suffers Huge Losses, Plans to Divest From Thermal Coal

Coal giant Arch Resources, Inc. plans to aggressively shrink thermal coal operations in the Powder River Basin, outlining a shift toward coking coal and steel production in an investor call on Thursday.

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West Virginia University Study: Coal Remains Important Economic Player

A new study by economists at West Virginia University shows that despite steep industry declines, coal continues to play an important role in the state’s economy.

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Save the Date!

The 4th Annual Friends of Coal Fundraiser Golf Tournament will be held Friday, July 30 at 8:00 am at Bell Nob Golf Course in Gillette, Wyoming.

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