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German Chancellor Angela Merkel acknowledged that the developed world’s clean energy leader would likely fail to honor its ambitious emissions reduction pledge.

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Murray Energy Announces that Mr. Todd Adkins has Joined as a VP - Marketing and Sales

Murray Energy Corporation announced today that Mr. Todd Adkins has joined the Company as a Vice President - Marketing and Sales, effective November 21, 2017.

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Komatsu Breaks Ground on New Power Lab Facility

In a move that will accelerate new product development and expand testing capabilities for its industry-leading electric drive solutions, Komatsu today broke ground on a new 23,000-square-foot power lab facility.

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Low and High Economic Growth Cases for China and India

Low and high economic growth cases for China and India

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Wyoming and West Virginia at Odds Over Coal Miner Pensions

Although both states are leaders in the coal mining industry, neither agree on how to protect the future of workers from that industry.

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China Coal & Mining Expo 2017

The Becker Mining Systems Group was represented at this years China Coal & Mining Expo 2017 in Beijing, China, through its subsidiaries Tianjin Becker Electronic Co. Ltd. and Becker Mining Systems China Co. Ltd.

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University of Kentucky Researchers First to Produce High Grade Rare Earths From Coal

University of Kentucky researchers have produced nearly pure rare earth concentrates from Kentucky coal using an environmentally-conscious and cost-effective process, a groundbreaking accomplishment in the energy industry.

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Victaulic to Invest Millions in the Lehigh Valley With New Jobs, Manufacturing

Victaulic is investing tens of millions of dollars over the next two years to increase and modernize its manufacturing operations in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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Coal Train Derailed in Southwest Virginia

Thirty-eight cars derailed. Four cars overturned into Pigeon Creek, spilling an estimated 400 tons of coal into the creek. Six other cars turned over on the bank of the creek.

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Fenner Releases New Industrial Belt

Patriot X is a fabric belt with single-unit construction meant to be used for light-medium duty applications. The belt, which debuted in September, marks an opportunity for Fenner to provide a cost-effective line of belting to compete with import.

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Power Merger Generates Energy Behemoth

China's largest coal mining company and a major power generator said on Monday their merger was completed, creating the world's largest utility provider by capacity as the country continues to reform its colossal State sector.

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England's Doncaster Pit Village Plans Miners' Statue Tribute

"Armthorpe has changed such a lot since the mine closed. Back then, everyone knew everyone, and it was a real community. I think it's important that we all remember those who worked at the mine, said former miner Brian Hayes.

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EIA's Coal Markets Report: November 20, 2017

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending November 17, 2017.

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Caterpillar - Leading the Way on Mining's Journey to Autonomy

“We believe that someday the complete mining process will be automated — from drilling and digging, to loading, hauling, processing and transporting mined materials,” says Caterpillar Product Manager Sean McGinnis.

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Last Show of Strength for Empire Mine in Colorado

In a final show of strength, the silo at the old Empire Mine south of Craig, Colorado refused to collapse during demolition that was attempted just after 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 20.

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Komatsu Deploys Cloudera's IIoT Platform

Heavy equipment manufacturer Komatsu has implemented machine learning and analytics company Cloudera’s Cloud-based industrial internet of things (IIoT) analytics platform in an effort to ensure improved performance for mining firms.

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China is Winning Electric Cars 'Arms Race'

China is outmaneuvering the U.S. and other countries in the global scramble for a vital element for electric cars.

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England's Ashington Colliery Closed in 1988 - But What's There Today?

Ashington, one of the North East, England's most famous towns, has been celebrating its 150th birthday this year.

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Peabody Closes On $270 Million Revolving Credit Facility

"We are pleased to report yet another milestone in our deliberate financial approach to generate cash, reduce debt, invest wisely and return cash to shareholders," said Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Amy Schwetz.

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Alpha Natural Resources to Donate $16,000 Worth of Winter Coats

ANR will donate coats to the Women’s Resource Center, churches and elementary schools.

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Ohio Commissioners to Ask Legal Counsel About Coal-Mine Road Issue

In June 2016, the Athens County Commission granted a right-of-way waiver to Oxford Coal Co. for work within 100 feet of County Road 68 as it relates to the Trimble Township mining project.

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Victims of Farmington, West Virginia Mine Disaster Remembered on 49th Anniversary

Today marks 49 years since the mine’s explosion, and while that day was a tragic loss for the community and the families of those miners, it also resulted in some of the most sweeping and comprehensive mine safety legislation in the U.S.

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Australia Won't Join Anti-Coal Council

Australia's federal energy minister Josh Frydenberg said his country would not be signing up to the Powering Past Coal alliance – which is made up of 20 countries and two US states that want to phase out coal from power generation before 2030.

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Public Urged to Help Get Former Fife, Scotland Locomotive Back on Rails

Shed47 Railway Restoration Group in Scotland, based at Lathalmond near Dunfermline, has brought a National Coal Board No 29 locomotive back to Fife after a successful crowdfunding appeal.

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Head to Head Review: CNX Coal Resources Versus NACCO Industries

We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their earnings, institutional ownership, risk, analyst recommendations, profitability, valuation and dividends.

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EPA Swaps Top Science Advisers With Industry Allies

Earlier this month, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt fired all board members who currently receive EPA grants for their research, saying they cannot remain objective if they accept agency money.

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Sentinel's Komatsu P&H L-2350 Wheel Loader Set for Commissioning

The P&H wheel loader also comes equipped with the latest safety features that meet global requirements recognized by leading mining industry safety councils.

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Head-To-Head Analysis: Alliance Holdings GP, L.P. Versus Alpha Appalachia Holdings

We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their dividends, risk, valuation, earnings, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations and profitability.

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Fiji Cash to Polish Coal

When the President of Fiji tells the world that his island is already hard hit by global warming, and that last year's Cyclone Winston was a product of climate change, he is way off.

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Returning to the Green, Green Grass of Home: Sir Tom Jones Considers Returning to Welsh Mining Town 40 Years After Leaving to Become a Tax Exile in the USA

Born Thomas Jones Woodward in Pontypridd, South Wales to a traditional coal-mining family, the singer transformed himself from a penniless miner's son into a £190million global superstar through records including Delilah and It's Not Unusual.

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COP23 Focuses on Paris Rulebook

Close to 40,000 delegates attended COP21 which delivered the Paris Agreement; similar, albeit smaller, numbers attended climate talks either side of the landmark deal.

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Host Nation Of Climate Conference Refuses To Join McKenna's Anti-Coal Crusade

As the hosts of the climate conference, Germany refused to sign on to the elitist effort to end the coal industry being pushed by Catherine McKenna and the foolish UK government.

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Indian Power Utilities' April-October Thermal Coal Imports Slide 16% on Year

Indian power utilities imported around 33.62 million mt of thermal coal over April-October, down 16% from the same period a year ago, according to Central Electricity Authority data released Thursday.

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Poland's Katowice COP: Next Coal Country Hosting UN Climate Talks

The Bonn climate summit of 2017, a short way from Germany’s largest coal mining district, is almost over. But the COP will reconvene next year, 1,050 kilometres away from Bonn in Katowice, another traditional coal mining area located in Poland.

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Liebherr to Unveil its Autonomous Haulage Surface Mining Solution

Liebherr’s development program towards autonomous haulage is currently underway. An initial prototype testing is active since 2016. Liebherr plans to begin field trials of a pre-series at a customer site in 2019.

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India's SCCL to Start Work on Six Coal Mines

Besides ramping up production capacity, opening four underground and two opencast projects will enable SCCL to bridge the productivity shortfall of its existing opencast and underground mines, company officials have said.

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EIA's Annual Coal Report 2016

The Annual Coal Report provides annual data on U.S. coal production, number of mines, productive capacity, recoverable reserves, employment, productivity, consumption, stocks, and prices. All data for 2016 and prior years are final.

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Corsa Coal Announces Financial Results for Third Quarter 2017

Corsa reported net and comprehensive income of $6.8 million, or $0.06 per share, for the third quarter of 2017, compared to net and comprehensive loss of $7.1 million, or $0.09 per share, for the third quarter of 2016.

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MSA CFO Kenneth Krause Recognized with 2017 CFO of the Year Award

Since being elected CFO of MSA in 2015, Mr. Krause has focused on making investments that drive profitable growth and generate higher levels of cash flow to fund further growth initiatives and return value to shareholders through an increasing dividend.

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Pennsylvania Coal Company Expects Production Increases in 2018

Corsa Coal expects to grow production of metallurgical coal by more than 50 percent next year as the Canonsburg, PA-based mining company’s expansion continues.

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Russia Unveils £30 Million Plans to Start Mining on the Moon

After more than 40 years since it last carried out a lunar mission, Moscow is ploughing £30 million into building a new spaceship bound for Earth’s satellite.

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Dinsmore Earns 2018 'Law Firm of the Year' for Mining Law

As part of the 2018 “Best Law Firms” ranking, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP has been named “Law Firm of the Year” for Mining Law, the only firm in the U.S. to receive such recognition for the practice area.

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World Coal Association Statement on UK-Canada Coal Phase-Out Alliance

While some developed economies are choosing to move away from coal, it’s proving to be critical to many major emerging economies where it’s needed to power economic development.

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Westmoreland Coal and NACCO Industries Financial Contrast

Westmoreland Coal has a beta of 0.81, meaning that its stock price is 19% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, NACCO Industries has a beta of 0.34, meaning that its stock price is 66% less volatile than the S&P 500.

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U.S.-Poland Energy Deal Bucks Anti-Coal Trend

Polish coal trader Weglokoks is due to get its first ever shipment of U.S. coal after Donald Trump has promised Poland’s pro-coal government US energy. The move comes as 19 nations signed a coal phase-out deal.

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U.S. Coal Carload Volumes Down 1.7% on Week

U.S. coal carload volumes in the week ending November 11 slid 1.7% from the prior week as counts continued to trend below year-ago levels, the Association of American Railroads said Wednesday.

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Nuclear and Coal are Essential for Reliable Energy

Nuclear plants can run for about 18 months before refueling. Coal plants keep a 30 to 90 day coal supply on hand in case of supply disruption.

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South Africa Coal Strike Averted, For Now, While National Union of Mineworkers Studies New Offer

“There will be a plenary session on Monday. Depending on what the offer is, there’s a chance the National Union of Mineworkers would accept it,” said Livhuwani Mammburu, a spokesman for the union.

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EIA's Weekly Coal Production Report: November 16, 2017

The Weekly Coal Production report has been updated for the week ending Nov 11, 2017.

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Coal Longwall Recovery Accidents Safety Alert

From September 1996 to November 2017, the mining industry experienced five fatal accidents when a section of the face or roof fell and struck miners positioned between the longwall face conveyor and coal face.

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Coal Industry Advisory Board Publishes New Report on CCS Deployment

The report examines a specific suite of policies and incentives that would stimulate the private sector and government to reach the required CCS deployment rate.

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FERC Chairman Details Interim Plan to Save Coal, Nuclear Plants

The acting chairman of FERC is considering regulatory language that would direct regional grid operators to update their market tariffs to keep at-risk coal and nuclear generators online.

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At Least 15 States Join Global Alliance to Phase Out Coal by 2030

The alliance aims to have 50 members by the next U.N. climate summit in 2018 to be held in Poland’s Katowice, one of Europe’s most polluted cities.

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Confronting the Climate Elite at COP 23

The warming elite likes to speak as if they have science on their side. Here at the UN climate conference, activists, official delegates and even heads of state are spewing absolute climate nonsense that no valid scientist would support.

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Senate Gives MSHA Nominee and Wheeling, West Virginia Resident David Zatezalo Approval

David Zatezalo says his focus as leader of the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration will be to make America “a world leader in mine safety again.”

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US House Committee Passes Bill on Coal Regulations

The U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Committee passed a bill Wednesday that would repeal regulations requiring mining companies to report safety violations to one government agency.

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More Permits Denied for Washington State Coal Terminal

A county hearing examiner has denied two shoreline permits Millennium Bulk Terminals needs for its $680 million coal-export terminal project on the Columbia River in Washington state.

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Act Now to Attend Short Courses at the 2018 SME Annual Conference & Expo

Register today to reserve your spot at the 2018 SME Annual Conference & Expo and 91st Annual Meeting of the SME-MN Section to attend some of the most informative short courses the industry has to offer!

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Will Washington State Pass the Nation’s First Carbon Tax?

Before climate advocates can see a carbon tax through, they will have to overcome the internal rifts in the progressive community that sunk the 2016 initiative, which split environmentalists into two camps.

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Germany's Merkel Dodges Coal Deadline at Climate Talks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a veteran of global efforts to curb climate change, disappointed environmental campaigners Wednesday by refusing to lay down a deadline for ending her country's use of coal.

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Senate Confirms Trump's Controversial Pick to Lead Mine Safety

On a 52-46 party-line vote, the Senate approved David Zatezalo, President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Mine Health and Safety Administration.

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Chatterjee Strategy

FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee has proposed throwing a temporary “lifeline” to some coal plants in danger of retirement until the commission completes a robust assessment of grid reliability vulnerabilities.

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The Latest International Energy Agency Projections Confirm Coal Will Still Be King in 2040

This is despite the claims that China, the biggest generator and user of electricity in the world, is going all ‘renewables clean’. In a word, it isn’t.

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Poland Turns to Fossil Fuel Soulmate Trump as Coal Output Flags

"Whenever you need energy, just give us a call," U.S. President Donald Trump said on a visit to Poland in the summer. Now, with winter setting in, Warsaw is taking him up on the offer.

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Big, Interactive Mining Museum Could Open in Perth, Australia

A bold plan to create the world’s biggest and most interactive mining museum — including an actual mine shaft — has been unveiled in Australia.

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Florida Municipality Seeks up to 250,000 ST of Low, High Sulfur Coal

Florida's Lakeland Electric is seeking up to 250,000 st of high and low-sulfur coal for its 365-MW CD McIntosh power plant, it said Tuesday.

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IEA Recognizes Coal's Continuous Importance to Global Energy Needs

Coal remains the single largest source of electricity generation through to 2040 at 26%. India and Southeast Asia will be the driving force of demand for coal in the decades to come.

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Women in Mining UK Appoints Calliope Lalousis to Lead its Partnerships Committee

In her new role, Calliope will lead the team that manages WIM’s existing strategic partnerships with Anglo American, Glencore, and Rio Tinto, as well as any new partnerships.

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Synthesis Energy Systems, Inc. Reports Fiscal 2018 First Quarter Financial Results

Synthesis Energy Systems, Inc., a global leader in the clean and efficient production of low-cost synthesis gas for high value energy and chemical products, today reported financial results for its fiscal 2018 first quarter ended September 30, 2017.

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Unearthing the Potential of Autonomous Mining with ISO 17757

The purpose of ISO 17757 is to provide safety requirements for autonomous machines and semi-autonomous machines used in earth-moving and mining operations, and their autonomous or semi-autonomous machine systems.

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Komatsu Helps Improve Mining Performance with Industrial Internet of Things Platform Powered by Cloudera

The platform enables Komatsu teams to help mining customers around the world continuously monitor the performance of some of the largest equipment used in surface and underground mining, increase asset utilization and productivity, and deliver essential r

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Virginia Coal & Energy Alliance Recognizes 10 Coal Companies with Awards of Excellence

Ten coal companies in Southwest Virginia were recognized Monday night with awards of excellence during the Virginia Coal Energy Alliance’s 46th annual fall meeting.

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US Promotes Coal at Bonn Climate Conference

The official US delegation has been conspicuous by its absence at COP23. At their sole side event, US delegates promoted "clean" fossil fuels as a solution to reduce emissions.

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CONSOL Energy Could Double After Spinoff

"Outsider" management is pursuing a spinoff to separate the coal and gas assets. They are prepared to buy back stock.

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Facts vs. Radicals at COP 23

COP 23 is a UN conference laden with big disconnects.

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There’s Still Time to Move Mining for a Chance to Win $5,000

Submit your ideas and concepts on how to change the world’s perception of mining and your idea could win you and your team $5,000.

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German Greens Reject Coal Closure Compromise as Deadline Approaches

The possible German coalition government partners remain divided over key energy issues, with the Green Party on Monday rejecting a compromise proposal to close 10 of the country's oldest coal plants, according to media reports.

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Guardian Couplings Introduces New K45 Series Curved Jaw Flange Couplings

The new torsionally flexible coupling is designed for industrial applications including various types of cranes and hoists, winches, and mining conveyors, reclaimers and draglines.

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IEA: Southeast Asia to Push Up Coal Use, Especially for Power Output, Until 2040

"Southeast Asia, together with India and other developing economies in Asia, is the primary growth center of coal demand in the world," the IEA said.

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It's Official: With Nearly All Operations in Forth Worth, TX, GE Plans to Exit Locomotive Manufacturing

About 400 people work in GE's locomotive manufacturing hub in Fort Worth, with another 100 working in a mining equipment manufacturing facility next door.

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US Coal Mining Company Applauds Australian Prime Minister's Power Plan

At a Trump administration panel on fossil fuels at the UN climate conference in Bonn, Peabody Energy's head of coal power and emissions technology Holly Krutka applauded Australia for having changed the conversation over coal.

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Virginia Coal Mining Certification Exams To Be Electronic In 2018

The Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy will only offer electronic coal mine certification exams beginning January 2018.

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South Africa Power Utility Eskom Says There is Healthy Coal Stockpiles Ahead of Strike

South Africa's state-run power utility Eskom said on Monday it had healthy stockpiles across its coal-fired power stations and was building them further ahead of a potential coal wage strike by the National Union of Mineworkers.

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Quick German Coal Exit Would Endanger Power Supply Security

German coal-biased utility RWE on Tuesday warned of a quick exit from coal power to further reduce carbon dioxide emissions, which the Green Party is demanding in talks to form a new coalition government.

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Coal Markets Report: November 13, 2017

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending November 10, 2017.

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The Common Ground Approach To Emissions Reductions

At the U.N. Conference of the Parties in Bonn, Germany, Peabody said it intends to continue to promote today's high-efficiency, low-emissions coal-fueled generation technologies and carbon capture.

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U.S. Department of Labor Awards $10.5 Million in Safety Grants

The grants cover training and retraining of miners working at surface and underground coal and metal and nonmetal mines, including miners engaged in shell dredging or employed at surface stone, sand, and gravel mining operations.

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HELP - Friends of Coal Ladies Auxiliary

Friends of Coal Ladies Auxiliary is in desperate need of financial assistance in order to properly carry out their humanitarian representation of our industry for these families.

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Atlantic Met Coal: Limited Spot Supply on 2017 Contract Volume Growth

Atlantic metallurgical coal markets Monday reacted to further price support benefiting premium coals, as US met coal buyers sought to lock down more volume.

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Coal Mine Production and Productivity Report - 2017Q3

This report contains summary data and trends relative to U.S. coal production and productivity by mining method, in addition to longwall mining statistics.

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Coking Coal Prices to Remain High For Now

Seaborne coking coal prices will likely remain at some of their highest levels in years in the near term, speakers at the Met Coke World Summit said.

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Coal Company to Re-Seek Road Waiver

County commissioners last year granted the right-of-way waiver to Oxford Coal Co. for work within 100 feet of County Road 68 as it relates to the mining project near Glouster, Ohio.

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Bowie Resource Partners Pulls Debt Deal Backing Takeover

Bowie Resource Partners LLC, a Kentucky coal-mining company, pulled a $510 million debt deal Friday as investor sentiment toward high-yield debt became more cautious.

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Blackouts From Phoenix to Los Angeles if Coal Plant Shuts Down, Study From Coal Company Says

A study being released Thursday will warn of brownouts and blackouts if the largest coal plant in the West is shut down in favor of natural gas-fired electricity.

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ASEAN Ministers: Coal Technology Key to Paris Deal Success

Cleaner coal technologies like high efficiency coal reduce or eliminate pollutant emissions, such as CO2, oxides of sulphur, nitrogen and particulate matter.

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Canada's Anti-Coal Push Set to Clash With US Clean Fossil Fuels Plans in Bonn

Climate change talks in Germany are headed for a collision course on coal this week — and Canada is right in the middle of it.

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King Coal Rebounds as Markets Improve

“The physical signs are starting to show with the increase in coal truck and rail activity,” said Laxton, executive director of the Wyoming County West Virginia Economic Development Authority.

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Reclaim Coal Mines and Create Jobs

If the RECLAIM Act of 2017 becomes law, it would invest $1 billion across the country in cleaning up abandoned coal mines. People with reclamation skills would get to work cleaning up those abandoned mine sites.

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Company Wants to Dig 90,000 Tons of Coal Per Year at Currently Idled Washington Mine

An old King County, Washington coal mine would get new life under a plan by a Black Diamond company that got a recent boost from the Trump administration.

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Coal Can Compete Successfully With Crude Oil

Many in Congress and the petroleum industry don’t want the Fischer-Tropsch coal to liquid synthetic fuel process to compete with crude oil even though it is an excellent source of fuels similar to those refined from crude oil.

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Warrior Met Coal Inc. Releases Quarterly Earnings Results, Beats Expectations By $0.01 EPS

The business had revenue of $312.00 million during the quarter, compared to analysts’ expectations of $301.89 million.

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Death Toll Rises to 43 in Wake of India Coal Plant Blast

Officials in India say the the death toll from the November 1 explosion at an NTPC thermal plant in Unchahar has risen to 43, with seven more deaths reported in the past week.

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Coal Miners Making a Comeback But Investors Slow to Jump on Board

Five of the top U.S. coal producers just reported a combined $801M in Q3 EBITDA, up 78% Y/Y, but they are still struggling to win back investors, Bloomberg reports.

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America's Big Coal Mining Companies are Profiting - And Looking for Investors

Boosted by higher global prices, U.S. coal miners are showing they can make money again. Now, for the hard part — winning back investors.

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Jennmar Opens Belt Conveyor Structure Plant in Russell County, Virginia

“We are very excited about the next few years in the coal industry under this government and have great pleasure in opening this plant,” said Executive Vice President and Co-Owner Tony Calandra as he cut the ribbon to mark the official opening.

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Ukraine Turns to American Coal to Defend Itself Against Russia

Sometimes, wars aren’t won by tank battles and infantry assaults. Sometimes, it comes down to keeping the heat on.

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It's England's Only Mining Art Gallery and People are Flocking

It looks a bit like a castle and it used to be a bank but the eye-catching building in England's Bishop Auckland Market Place is now a significant visitor attraction.

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One of the World's Biggest Mining Companies is About to Go Coal-Free

Rio Tinto Group, the world’s second-largest miner, has been steadily backtracking from coal to focus on better assets. It’s now looking for buyers for its remaining coal mines in Australia, and a sale will mark a complete exit from the fuel.

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Coal Deals Very Possible as US Holds Industry Event at UN Climate Talks

Ghana and Ukraine are among countries for whom the presence of the US coal industry at UN talks in Bonn is opportunity to strike energy deals.

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Peabody-Funded Study Finds Navajo Coal Plant Needed for Grid Reliability

A study funded by coal giant Peabody cautions against shutting down Arizona's Navajo Generating Station in 2019, finding it could hurt reliability in the Southwest if the state faces disruptions to natural gas supplies for generation.

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Champagne Toast

CFACT joined a champagne toast to America's withdrawal from the UN's Paris Climate Accord at the EIKE scientific conference in Dusseldorf.

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Analyzing Alliance Resource Partners, L.P. and NACCO Industries

Alliance Resource Partners, L.P. and NACCO Industries are both oils/energy companies, but which is the superior stock?

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Rhino Resource Partners LP Announces Divestiture of Sands Hill Mining LLC

The third party assumed the surface coal mining operations as well as the limestone operations at Sands Hill.

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Ex-Miners Heartbroken as Kellingley Colliery Headgear Demolished

Former miners who gathered to watch the demolition of the headgear at Britain's last deep coal mine have said it was "heartbreaking".

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FERC Chairman Proposes Interim Plan to Keep Coal and Nuclear Power Plants Afloat

Neil Chatterjee's plan would give the commission more time to evaluate Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s proposal for the commission to create new rules compensating coal and nuclear plants for the “reliability and resiliency” they offer the electric grid.

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Bloomberg Gives $50 Million to Aid Shift From Coal Worldwide

Former New York mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg is donating $50 million to help nations around the world shift from coal to combat pollution and climate change, expanding his funding outside the United States.

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Move Mining - Don't Miss Your Chance to Win $1,000

Submit a three-minute video and one-page abstract to SME by November 15, 2017, outlining a concept on how to implement a change or “move” the perception of mining. The Best Overall Video will win a prize of $1,000!

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Atlas Copco Receives First Order of Mobile Miner 40V From Hecla Mining Company

After successful joint R&D efforts between Atlas Copco and Hecla Mining Company, the first order of Mobile Miner 40V was recently received. The machine will be delivered to the Lucky Friday mine in Idaho, USA.

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South Africa Mining Union to Go Ahead With Coal Strike

South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers has received a certificate allowing it to proceed with a strike in the coal sector Wednesday afternoon, it said on its website Thursday.

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DOE Disputes Reports Coal Giant Injected Ideas Into Electric Grid Study

The Department of Energy pushed back against a Bloomberg report Thursday suggesting one of the largest coal producers in the country managed to directly influence the agency’s grid study findings.

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EIA's Weekly Coal Production Report: November 9, 2017

The Weekly Coal Production report has been updated for the week ending Nov 4, 2017.

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Coal Exports From Australia's DBCT to China Continue to Surge in October

Exports of coal from the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal in Queensland, Australia, remained high in October after running at strong rates for several months, data from the terminal operator showed late Tuesday.

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Kick US Out?

A coalition of left-wing NGOs is circulating a petition at the UN climate talks in Bonn demanding the UN kick the United States delegation out of the conference!

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EU Reaches Informal Deal on Post-2020 CO2 Market Reforms

Negotiators from the EU Parliament, European Commission and European Council on Thursday struck a provisional deal to overhaul the EU Emissions Trading System post-2020, after almost three years of legislative work.

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Matrix to Distribute NLT’s N-Connex System

“Matrix is excited to again team with NLT to deliver this innovative new solution into a variety of applications, including the hard rock mining and tunneling markets”, said Matrix President, David Clardy.

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Near-Term Coking Coal Price Direction Unclear, Hinges on China

The spot price of Australian premium coking coal was "likely to decline," but still stay at profitable price levels, Jim Truman, director for global metallurgical coal markets at Wood Mackenzie US, said.

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Rick Perry Signs ‘Clean Coal’ Pledge To Promote Tech That’s Failed To Take Off

Energy Secretary Rick Perry signed a pledge to promote “clean coal” technology that’s largely failed to take off, despite receiving hundreds of millions of dollars from taxpayers.

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Wyoming Governor: Economic Storm Over; Better Days Ahead

New signs of life in the fossil fuels extraction industries mean Wyoming has weathered an economic storm and better days lay ahead, Gov. Matt Mead said at an economic form Wednesday.

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Ramaco Resources, Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2017 Results

Ramaco Resources, Inc. has announced that it reported a net loss of $6.2 million, or $0.16 per share, for the quarter ended September 30, 2017.

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Coal Jobs Could Be Lost, Says Industry

Without state action, union and coal power plant representatives say hundreds of southern Illinois jobs will be lost.

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Factbox: China-US Commercial Deals Signed During Trump's China Visit

U.S. companies, from chip giant Qualcomm to aircraft maker Boeing, announced a slew of deals on Thursday during U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit to Beijing.

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Air Products Signs Investment Cooperation Agreement with Yankuang Group

The agreement is for a $3.5 billion coal-to-syngas production facility to be built in Yulin City, Shaanxi Province, China.

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NOPR and the Tax Bill

Last week the renewable industry was busily excoriating Energy Secretary Perry’s NOPR for offering “subsidies” to coal when suddenly it had to defend subsidies – its own.

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Ramaco Carbon Announces Production Agreement

Under the agreement, Ramaco Carbon will produce a variety of products and component parts for third parties using Carbon’s 3-D printers.

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Manufacturer Notice - Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall

Kidde Co., is recalling 134 models of plastic-handled fire extinguishers manufactured between 1973 and present day.

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Rhino Resource Partners LP Announces Third Quarter 2017 Financial and Operating Results

For the quarter, the Partnership reported net income of $1.7 million and Adjusted EBITDA of $7.9 million, compared to a net loss of $3.8 million and Adjusted EBITDA of $5.6 million in the third quarter of 2016.

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GFS Corp Announces the Development of a New Liquid Natural Gas Mine Haul Truck Conversion System for the Terex Unit Rig 4400 Model Haul Truck

The EVO-MT® 4400 system will provide 259 usable US gallons of onboard liquid natural gas storage, enough to complete a 12 hour shift.

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High-Efficiency Vibrators for Spreaders, Pumpers & Volumetric Mixer Trucks

Martin Engineering has introduced a 12 VDC electric vibrator that combines superior performance with long-lasting reliability to improve material flow in specialized hauling and distribution vehicles.

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EIA's Short-Term Energy Outlook

EIA expects the share of U.S. total utility-scale electricity generation from natural gas will fall from an average of 34% in 2016 to about 31% in 2017 as a result of higher natural gas prices and increased generation from renewables and coal.

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New International Standard to Reduce Mining Accidents

A key step in preventing mining accidents is to classify them by type and by cause.

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EPA Administrator Says Alarming Climate Report Will Not Deter Replacement of Clean Power Plan

"We’re taking the very necessary step to evaluate our authority under the Clean Air Act and we’ll take steps that are required to issue a subsequent rule. That’s our focus," Scott Pruitt said in an interview with USA TODAY Tuesday.

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Spokane, Washington Voters Reject Fines for Coal, Oil Trains Traveling Through Downtown

Proposition 2 was failing with only 41 percent of votes cast in favor of the measure, which had been criticized as illegal and potentially embroiling the city in costly legal battles.

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Alliance Makes Hefty Property Tax Payment

Hopkins County Fiscal Court in Kentucky was presented Tuesday with a sizable check from a regional mining corporation. Representatives from Alliance Coal addressed the court with gratitude while holding the firm's $998,811 property tax payment.

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With America's Clean Coal Flagship Dead, is the Concept Still Credible?

As gloomy portents go, they don’t come much gloomier for ‘clean coal’ than recent developments at the Kemper County energy facility in Mississippi.

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Coal Sector Eyeing Winter Forecasts Under Pressures of New Market Dynamic

US coal miners are hoping a cold winter could prod utilities into buying enough coal to continue a recent boost in production.

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Coal Industry Rebounding, Thanks to Trump's Policies

Murray Energy Corporation CEO Robert Murray explains why the Trump administration is helping revitalize the coal industry, despite a decrease in coal jobs in Kentucky.

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India Explosion: Power Plant Explosion

The toll in the explosion at NTPC’s Unchahar plant climbed to 29, with nine more deaths reported on Tuesday, even as Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and other opposition leaders descended on the accident site and demanded a judicial probe.

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Coal Exports From Northern Queensland, Australia Fall to Five Month Low in October

Exports of coal from northern Queensland, Australia, slid to a five-month low in October as shipments from the BHP Mitsubishi Alliance-owned Hay Point Coal Terminal slumped to the lowest level in years.

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A £2m Plan to Restore Durham Miners' Association HQ is Revealed

The first phase of an ambitious plan to renovate England's historic Durham Miners’ Association HQ, Redhills, which could eventually cost £2m is being launched on Wednesday.

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US Disbands Climate Propaganda Effort for UN COP 23

When President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the UN's Paris Climate Accord, he also cut back on the American presence in the UN process.

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Raleigh County, West Virginia Coal Mine Named Safest In Nation

The Coon Cedar Grove mine, which is located in Raleigh County, had more than 48,000 injury-free hours in 2016 and is the fourth Alpha-affiliated operation to win the honor in the last decade.

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Coon Cedar Grove Mine Recognized for Outstanding Safety Performance

Alpha's Senior Vice President of Safety, Brian Keaton, says the achievement is indicative of Coon Cedar's, and in fact, the company's approach to safety.

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Excellence in Surface Coal Mining Reclamation Awards Winners

OSMRE has honored high quality coal mine land reclamation since 1986. All winning projects go beyond reclamation requirements to achieve superior results in returning a site to productive use after completion of mining.

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Canada's Donkin Coal Mine Lays Off 49 People

During a meeting at the Donkin mine today, 49 of 130 employees were informed they are losing their jobs. The layoffs are effective immediately and they are permanent.

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Experimental Gas and Coal Chemistry Complex tested in Kazakhstan

Coal production in Kazakhstan exceeds 100 million tons yearly, and only 5-7 percent of this figure is processed—in metallurgic industry for production of coke, char, gas and electric power.

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SGX Coking Coal Swaps Trade Hits Record High on Price Volatility, Move to Indexation

The coking coal market in Asia has witnessed significant events this year, such as physical coking coal pricing shifting towards indexation and spot prices surging past $300/mt FOB Australia in April due to Cyclone Debbie.

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EIA's Coal Markets Report: November 6, 2017

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending November 3, 2017.

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NMA Joins Federal Agencies in Honoring Top Mine Safety, Environmental and Technology Leaders

Officials of NMA, NIOSH, OSMRE, and the BLM gathered today to honor top safety, environmental and technology leaders in the mining industry.

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Cloud Peak Energy Mine Awarded Top National Reclamation Award

Cloud Peak Energy Inc. today announced its Spring Creek Mine, located near Decker, Montana, received the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement 2017 Excellence in Surface Coal Mining Reclamation Award.

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Contura Updates Guidance for Full-Year 2017 and Extends Tender Offer

The company now expects total shipments to be in the range of 45.2 to 49.4 million tons across all operations, including 3.7 to 4.1 million tons of captive Central Appalachia coal and 30 to 33 million tons of Powder River Basin coal.

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Warrior Met Coal Clarifies Ex-Dividend Date for Special Cash Dividend

Warrior Met Coal, Inc. today clarified the date on which Warrior’s common stock, par value $0.01 per share, will trade ex-dividend of the previously announced special cash dividend of $11.21 per Share.

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Lazard's Latest Energy Cost Report Draws Mixed Opinions on Implications

The annual report attempts to calculate the power price that would be required in a purchase power agreement in order for a generator of various types to be built and operate with a 12% internal rate of return, according to Lazard.

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World Coal Association's Engagement at COP23 in Bonn, Germany

WCA believes that for many countries that use coal, especially in emerging Asia, the only realistic pathway is to make sure that they use the most modern coal technologies available today, with enhanced ambition on carbon capture and storage.

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Global Climate Talks Begin in Germany With Fiji at the Helm

Fiji's prime minister called for a sense of urgency today, telling negotiators that "we must not fail our people" as he opened two weeks of talks on implementing the Paris accord to fight climate change.

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In the Country Where Coal is King, a Battle With the EU Looms

The buzzword in the Brussels energy and climate bubble is 450, a number that is dividing European Union lawmakers and making coal-dependent Poland fume over upcoming reforms to the world’s biggest carbon market.

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Hampton Roads Coal Exports Total 3.1 Million ST in October

Coal exports from terminals in Virginia's Hampton Roads region totaled 3.08 million st in October, down 1% from the prior month but up 83.1% from the year-ago month, according to data released Thursday by the Virginia Maritime Association.

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Trump Coal Backer Wins Big Under Perry's Power Plan

A proposal by Energy Secretary Rick Perry to alter the nation's electricity markets would provide a windfall for a small group of companies — most strikingly one owned by coal magnate Bob Murray, a prominent backer of President Donald Trump.

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China Considers Launch of Carbon Trading Scheme

Expectations are growing in the run-up to global climate talks in Germany this week that China is preparing to launch a national carbon trading scheme.

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Trump’s Chief Energy Regulator Floats The Idea Of ‘Casting A Lifeline’ To Coal

"Giving a helping hand to coal and nuclear power would not toss energy markets into complete chaos. The energy grid could be left in the lurch in the future if coal wilts today, Neil Chatterjee, chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, said.

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Anger Over Trump Support for Coal at UN Climate Talks

Plans by the Trump administration to promote coal as a solution to climate change at a major UN meeting have angered environmentalists. An adviser to the president is expected to take part in a pro-coal presentation in Bonn next week.

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Kentucky Coal Report Shows No Sustained Job Rebound So Far Under Trump

There were 6,438 people employed in Kentucky’s coal industry between July 1 and Sept. 30. That was 2.1 percent more than in the third quarter of 2016. However, the industry shed nearly 350 workers during the most recent quarter.

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England's West Cumbria Mining Successfully Completes Initial Underground Investigations

This is another key milestone for WCM in the development of its plans to construct a new 21st century underground metallurgical coal mine, located off the coast near Whitehaven and to be called Woodhouse Colliery.

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Queensland, Australia Government Announces Adani Coal Mine Veto Ahead of Election

Queensland, Australia Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said on Friday that her government would not support a loan for the controversial Adani coal mine ahead of the state election on November 25.

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Coal India Misses Production Target by 15 Million Tonnes

Coal India missed its production target for the period April-October by 5% and its sales target by 3% despite power companies complaining about non-availability of adequate coal.

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Participants Discuss Coal's Role in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

This week, the global coal industry held a one-day forum in London to discuss the role of coal in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Wyoming Coal Report Shows Positive Earnings as the Sector Slowly Defines its New Normal

It’s been a positive three months for Powder River Basin coal with the largest producer, Peabody Energy, posting $203 million in profits, nearly $500 million for the year so far.

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Mechel Signed Long-Term Coal Supply Contract With Itochu Corporation

The agreement stipulates that Mechel is due to supply Itochu Corporation with up to 300,000 tonnes of washed steam coal produced at Southern Kuzbass Coal Company’s New-Olzherasskaya Mine.

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GOP Tax Plan Eliminates Billions In Green Energy Subsidies

The GOP’s plan to overhaul the U.S. tax code includes changes to green energy tax subsidies that lawmakers say will save taxpayers billions of dollars every year.

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Allanton, Scotland's Coal Legacy Celebrated as Former Miners Unveil Super Sculpture

The sculpture honoring the lives of the miners who worked in the three Kingshill Collieries was revealed at a ceremony in the village on Friday.

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Coalpit Pin-Ups: Leeds Museum in West Yorkshire, England Pays Tribute to Queens of Industrial Age

The exhibition will demonstrate that the queens of cotton, wool, coal and railways were far more than just pin-ups or dolly birds but smiling weapons of soft, perfumed power deployed by industry to raise morale in ever harder times.

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Coal Miner Murray Lobbies Trump at Home While Looking Overseas

He calls Donald Trump’s moves to support the U.S. coal industry "wonderful." He describes a proposed rule that’d prop up some money-losing coal-fired power plants the “single best" political action he’s seen in his 61-year career.

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Senate Approves Nominees for Energy Oversight Commission

The Senate has approved two more members of the federal commission that oversees the nation's power grid and natural gas pipelines, including President Donald Trump's choice for chairman.

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Hundreds Journey to Abandoned Pennsylvania Coal Town for Marian Pilgrimage

Only a few structures still stand in what was Centralia, a town in the coal-mining region of Pennsylvania. Even fewer are visible through the tree cover from the top of an adjacent mountain overlooking what was once a thriving community.

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FLSmidth Completes Acquisition of Sandvik Mining Systems Projects Business

Denmark’s FLSmidth has completed its acquisition of Sandvik Mining Systems’ projects business except for the transfer of assets in South Africa, which is awaiting merger control clearance.

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Continued Push to Secure Benefits Brings Coal Miners Union Back to St. Louis, Missouri

To this point, the protracted fight has largely been centered on health care, with UMWA members scoring a partial victory this year when Congress passed legislation to help fully fund the health benefits promised to more than 22,000 retirees.

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Trump Welcomes the Revival of US Coal Industry

There is high demand for coal in the US power generation sector, especially for that found in Wyoming, which has large open pit mines with low production costs.

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West Virginia Senators Capito, Manchin Announce $1.3 Million for Coal Power R&D

The $1,334,953 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy will support WVURC’s efforts to develop sensors that monitor corrosion in coal-fired power generation boilers, improving operations at existing power plants.

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Stanford Professor Files $10 Million Lawsuit Against Critics of His Green Energy Study

A Stanford University professor filed a $10 million lawsuit against a team of researchers critical of his study purporting to show the U.S. could run on 100 percent green energy.

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CONSOL Energy Sets Timetable for Split Into Coal, Natural Gas Producers

"These two separately traded pure-play companies will each be trading on their own starting on November 29," CONSOL President and CEO Nicholas DeIuliis said company's third-quarter 2017 earnings conference call.

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EIA's Country Analysis Brief - Russia - October 2017

Russia has sizeable coal reserves and is the world's third-largest exporter of coal.

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United States Steel Corporation Reports Third Quarter 2017 Results

Third quarter 2016 net earnings were $51 million, or $0.32 per diluted share.

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Trump Team to Promote Fossil Fuels and Nuclear Power at Bonn Climate Talks

The program is billed as a discussion of how American energy resources, particularly fossil fuels, can help poor countries meet electricity needs and drive down greenhouse gas emissions.

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EIA's Weekly Coal Production Report: November 2, 2017

The Weekly Coal Production report has been updated for the week ending October 28, 2017.

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Atlas Copco Mining Spin Off Epiroc Begins Operations

Epiroc AB, the subsidiary of Atlas Copco Group that is planned to be listed on the stock exchange in 2018, has begun operating as an independent business.

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Rick Perry: Science is Out on Man-Made Climate Change

Energy Secretary Rick Perry joined an Axios/NBC event this morning, helping us drive the discussion about the administration's energy policy priorities in 2017.

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EPA to Hold Hearing on Climate Plan Repeal in West Virginia

The Trump administration announced Thursday it will hold a public hearing in West Virginia on its plan to nullify an Obama-era plan to limit planet-warming carbon emissions. The state is economically dependent on coal mining.

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American First Energy Conference November 9

Abundant affordable energy is vital to American security, prosperity and well-being. That's why the upcoming America First Energy Conference is so vitally important: The time is now to get this important message out there.

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Adani Australia General Manager Defends Company Culture in IMARC Speech

Muthuraj Guruswamy, who has extensive business experience in Australia, addressed several criticisms of the company’s project, particularly regarding environment, community and cost.

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A Coal Company Is Going To Court To Build The First Wyoming Mine In Decades

A coal company attempting to build the first mine in Wyoming in more than three decades took legal action Friday after state regulators denied a key permit for the project, Wyoming’s Casper Star-Tribune reports.

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Coal's Upturn Favors Open-Pit Mines in Western States

The coal industry has been making a comeback this year, hailed this week by President Donald Trump.

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NACCO Industries, Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2017 Results

NACCO Industries, Inc. today announced consolidated income from continuing operations of $3.3 million, or $0.49 per diluted share, and revenues of $21.9 million for the third quarter of 2017.

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Murray Moves on Western Coal

Hoping to capitalize on that growth, Murray Energy officials are forming a partnership to acquire a 30.5-percent stake in three more coal mines via an entity to be known as Canyon Consolidated Resources.

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National Mining Hall of Fame Seeks Nominations

Telling the story of mining, its people, and its importance to the American public, the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is seeking inductee and Prazen Living Legend of Mining Award nominations.

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World Coal Association Signs Memorandum Of Understanding With Bettercoal

This agreement will see WCA and Bettercoal work closely to identify projects and exchange expertise and knowledge on sustainable development practices in the coal industry.

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Liebherr to Expand Presence in America's Mining Sector

It’s been a good year for Switzerland-based heavy equipment maker Liebherr, with orders picking up more than 21% in the first six months of the year, driven mostly by its mining and earthmoving divisions.

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EPA Bans Some Scientists From Independent Advisory Boards

The Environmental Protection Agency announced on Tuesday it will bar certain scientists from serving on its independent advisory boards, a move critics say could open the way to more industry-friendly advisors on the panels.

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First Coal Bankruptcy of Trump Era

President Trump has declared an end to the "war on coal." But coal country continues to grapple with powerful market forces that have crushed the mining industry.

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JLT Specialty USA Announces Appointment of Dan Phebus as Senior Vice President and Head of Mining

JLT Specialty USA, a U.S. subsidiary of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc. (JLT), the leading global specialist risk advisor and broker, has announced the appointment of Dan Phebus as Senior Vice President, and Head of Mining for the Americas.

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Supplies to Pressure Chinese Coking Coal Prices

Coking coal mine restarts in China are expected to pressure domestic prices lower, just as winter output restrictions accelerate falls in demand.

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Judge Gives Reprieve to Montana Coal Mine, Averting Layoffs

A judge has given a reprieve to the owners of a Montana coal mine who had warned layoffs were imminent after the mine's expansion plans were blocked.

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Awaiting Trump's Coal Comeback, Miners Reject Retraining

Trump has promised to revive coal by rolling back environmental regulations and moved to repeal Obama-era curbs on carbon emissions from power plants.

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CSX Moves First Unit Coal Train From Kentucky Plant

American Resources Corp., through its subsidiary Quest Energy Inc. and Deane Mining LLC, has shipped its first unit train of thermal coal from a previously idled Mill Creek coal preparation plant in Letcher County, Kentucky, the company announced late las

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Former Regulators Publicly Blasting DOE’s Coal Rule Work For Green Energy Firms

Five of the eight former energy regulators that filed comments opposing the Department of Energy’s (DOE) new rule supporting coal power work for green energy groups that could benefit if the measure fails.

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Company Denied Permit for Wyoming Coal Mine Appeals Decision

A coal company that was recently denied a permit to mine in northern Wyoming is appealing the decision.

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