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Coal Industry Says It’s Back, Lauds ‘Unshackling’ Of Obama-Era Regulations

The coal industry is making a comeback, the National Mining Association says, in part because the Trump administration is “unshackling” the industry of “myriad regulations” from the Obama presidency.

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Peabody Announces That The Secondary Offering By Certain Selling Stockholders Has Been Priced

Peabody has agreed to repurchase from the underwriter a number of these shares having an aggregate value of approximately $40 million.

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With Trump as Dealmaker, Could Coal Be Subsidized?

When a pair of electric utilities came asking for billions of dollars to keep ailing nuclear projects afloat and a friendly governor proposed a generous subsidy for Appalachian coal, fiscal conservatives were alarmed.

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Limited Mining Allowed at Australia's South32's Appin Colliery

South32's Appin Colliery was suspended because of elevated gas-concentration issues at the colliery around seven weeks ago.

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Australian Coal Industry Invests in Modern Coal Technology

The Australian coal industry is set to invest Aus $255 million into research into modern, more efficient coal technology.

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Europe's Largest Hard Coking Coal Company Sees Q2 Coking Coal Sales Down 10% on Year

Europe's largest hard coking coal company, Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa (JSW), said late Thursday its total coking coal sales in the second quarter fell 10% year on year to 2.615 million mt thanks to the disposal of its WZK Victoria coking plant.

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Westmoreland Reports Second Quarter and First Half 2017 Results

Westmoreland Coal Company today reported revenues of $323.0 million from 11.0 million tons sold.

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President Trump: Putting Coal Country Back to Work

H.J.Res. 38 blocks an overly burdensome regulation that threatened the coal industry with millions of dollars in compliance costs, reduced coal production, and fewer jobs.

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