Coal Calendar 2019
July 14-20 – VCEA 25TH Annual Project Coal & Gas Summer Energy Education Program. For information, phone 276-889-2262 e-mail email@example.com or visit www.virginiacoalenergy.com.
July 23-25 – 38th International Conference on Ground Control in Mining presented by SME, to be held at Lakeview Golf Resort and Spa, Morgantown, WV. For further information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.groundcontrolinmining.org.
August 6-8 – ACC Coal Market Strategies Conference to be held at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico. For further information, visit www.americancoalcouncil.org.
August 21-22 – RMCMI Tri-State Regional Meeting (Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming) to be held at Sheridan Wyoming. For further information, phone Judy Colgan at 303-948-3300, or visit www.rmcmi.org.
August 27-28 – Illinois Mining Institute 124th Annual Meeting, to be held at The Pavilion of the City of Marion, Marion, Illinois. For further information, please contact Sheila Colombo, 618-985-4035, e-mail email@example.com, or visit www.illinoismininginstitute.org.
September 4-5 – Future of Mining EMEA to be held at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London, England. Conference is presented by Aspermont Media to bring together the industry leaders, who shape the Future of Mining across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. For more information, visit www.emea.future-of-mining.com.
September 10-13 – Fair Katowice 2019, International Fair of Mining, Power Industry and Metallurgy. Over 400 companies exhibit and around 30,000 visitors attend. To exhibit, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and for further information, visit www.ptg.info.pl.
September 11-13 – Bluefield Coal Show presented by the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce to be held at Brushfork National Guard Armory, Civic Center, Bluefield, WV. Show is being opened by Jimmy Brock, CEO, CONSOL Energy. This is a professional show put together by volunteers and is the best regional coal show in the U.S. The show features approximately 200 exhibitors. For further information, phone 304-327-7184 or e-mail email@example.com.
September 14 – 32nd Annual National Mining Hall of Fame 2019 Induction Ceremony to be held in Pinnacle Club, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Denver, CO. For further information, please contact Francine Webber, Events Manager, at 719-293-4321 or e-mail Francine@MiningHallofFame.org.
September 19 – Tug Valley Mining Institute Meeting. Logan Country Club, Chapmanville, WV. Social hour 6-7 dinner 7. Speaker TBD. Sponsor TBD. For further information, phone 304-792-8433, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.tvmi.us.
October 3 – Kanawha Valley Mining Institute Meeting 6:30 pm, sponsored by JH Fletcher & Co. To be held at Holiday Inn and Suites-Charleston West, 400 Second Avenue, Charleston, WV. For further information, visit www.kvmi.org.
October 8-10 – Coal Association of Canada National Conference to be held at Vancouver. The program is focused on "Canadian Coal: Building Momentum". On Tuesday October 8, includes technical session partnering with the Western Canadian Coal Society. The conference attracts a diverse group of delegates from across Canada and around the world. See conference website at www.coal2019.ca.
October 17 – Tug Valley Mining Institute Meeting. Logan Country Club, Chapmanville, WV. Social hour 6-7 dinner 7. Speaker TBD. Sponsor TBD. For further information, phone 304-792-8433, e-mail email@example.com, or visit www.tvmi.us.
October 17-19 – PCMIA/SME Annual Joint Meeting, to be held at Hilton Garden Inn Southpointe, Canonsburg, PA. Includes Technical Sessions and Student Luncheon. This year partnering with the North American Coalbed Methane Forum who will run their program Wednesday October 17. For further information, contact Mary DelRosso, 412-835-7387, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 30-November 2 – China Coal & Mining Expo 2019. China’s 18th international technology exchange and equipment exhibition on coal & mining to be held at New China International Exhibition Center (NCIEC) Hosted by China National Coal Association and China National Coal Group Corp. For more information, visit www.chinaminingcoal.com.
October 31- November 2 – 13th Annual Southeast Mine Safety & Health Conference to be held at the Ross Bridge Hotel/Conference Center, Hoover, Alabama. Comprehensive program includes exhibits, pre-conference seminar, golf outing and charity dinner. For further information, phone 205-290-7296 or visit www.southeastmineconf.org.
November 12 – VCEA Annual Fall Meeting & Awards Dinner to be held at Russel County Conference Center, VA. For information, phone 276-889-2262 e-mail email@example.com or visit www.virginiacoalenergy.com.
November 27-30 – Bauma China to be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center, Shanghai, China. The show will feature construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, and construction vehicles. To register, visit www.bauma-china.com.
December 3-4 – European Mining Convention presented by Valiant Business Media to be held at The Convention Center Dublin, Ireland. EMC19 aims at connecting the European mining industry with the rest of the world to reframe sustainability with innovation and experience. For further information, visit www.europeanminingconvention.com.
December 5 - Kanawha Valley Mining Institute Meeting 6:30 pm sponsored by Komatsu Mining Group. To be held at Holiday Inn and Suites-Charleston West, 400 Second Avenue, Charleston, WV. For further information, contact www.kvmi.org.
December 5-6 – ACC Coal Trading Conference to be held at the Marion Marquis, New York, NY. For further information, visit www.americancoalcouncil.org.