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By Asia Coal Catalyst Company
US based Asia Coal Catalyst Company (“ACCC”) produces CC-88™ a patented Combustion Catalyst. CC-88 was proven effective at Mankgarh Cement saving coal and improving the clinker quality.

By iData Insights
iData Insights presents a new business report on Coal. This report titled ” Coal Projects in India -2014 ” will provide a detailed project-wise profile for Open cast , Seam, Expansion and Underground Coal Projects of India.

By iData Insights
IData Insights presents a new business report on Coal. This report titled ” Coal Mines in India -2014 ” will provide a detailed mine-wise profile for open cast as well as underground coal mines of India.

By iData Insights
Announcing a 30 % year end discount on all released research reports in Power,Coal,Oil & Gas sector

By IHS Energy Publishing
Keaton Energy’s CEO is planning to acquire more coal companies over the next six months. IHS Coal’s South African Coal Report discusses their plans.

By IHS Energy Publishing
There’s a general consensus in the Indian coal sector that reform needs to take place. It’s just a matter of working out how to do it. IHS Coal has more.

By Advanced Plasma Industries Inc.
Hydrogen fuel cells are emerging as key players in the clean energy landscape of the future, except for one problem: it takes a lot of energy to make hydrogen, and here in the US, the preferred source of that energy appears to be fresh water, an...

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Coking coal markets globally have been hit by a swathe of Force Majeure declarations from Australian coking coal suppliers as the effects of storm damage left by ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald takes its toll.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Last week’s surprise US$3B write-down of the assets in Rio Tinto Coal Mozambique will have far-reaching repercussions, beyond the changeover of leadership at Rio. David McKay from South African Coal Report looks at the implications.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The Indonesian government’s Director General of Coal, Thamrin Sihite says the country’s annual coal production will reach 370Mt in 2013, driven by improved Chinese demand. Energy Publishing’s Lloyd Griffin weighs up the arguments.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
According to Christian Lelong, Executive Director at Goldman Sachs, 2012 marks another important inflection point for the world’s coal markets. Energy Publishing’s Marian Hookham reports on what this means for thermal coal prices.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Transnet, the South African logistics and transport utility, has downgraded its coal delivery forecast to Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) to a maximum of 73Mt for this financial year. South African Coal Report’s David McKay digs deeper.

By Pricelock, Inc.
Pricelock Marketplace Brings Pricing Transparency and Choice for Railcar Lessees and Lessors

By CSols Ltd.
CSols Preplab software is designed to help organize and streamline the preparation of samples for further laboratory analysis. It is particularly well suited to the handling of solid samples such as ores, metals, powders, soil and coal.

By Rainforest Action Network
Today, Bank of America announced a new environmental initiative, which includes a commitment to $50 billion over ten years for environmental investments, but does not consider the impacts of its billions-per-year coal financing.

By CWC Group
The 12th World XTL Summit, taking place 21-23 May at the Waldorf Hilton, London, will discuss North America as a new frontier for the XTL industry due to the surge in shale gas.

By SMi Group
The controversial gas extraction method which triggered two earth tremors near Blackpool last year should continue, but under strict conditions, a government-named panel of experts says.

By Stefanie Grime
Dr James Vaughan, Project Director from Uzbekistan GTL will be speaking at this year’s World XTL12 Summit and will be presenting on ‘Realising XTL Potential’ looking at the new project in Uzbekistan.

By Evan W. Lipstein
A successful demonstration of CC-88 combustion catalyst has been performed to demonstrate CC-88 for improved combustion efficiency and lower pollution emissions.

By Evan W. Lipstein, CEO Asia Coal Catalyst Company
Working with PT Mitra Cahaya Mukti, PT Himalaya Tunas Texindo and ACCC, CC-88 combustion catalyst was added to the FBC unit and demonstrated improved combustion efficiency in a circulating fluidized bed boiler burning a common type of Indonesia coal.

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By Asia Coal Catalyst Company
US based Asia Coal Catalyst Company (“ACCC”) produces CC-88™ a patented Combustion Catalyst. CC-88 was proven effective at Mankgarh Cement saving coal and improving the clinker quality.

By iData Insights
iData Insights presents a new business report on Coal. This report titled ” Coal Projects in India -2014 ” will provide a detailed project-wise profile for Open cast , Seam, Expansion and Underground Coal Projects of India.

By iData Insights
IData Insights presents a new business report on Coal. This report titled ” Coal Mines in India -2014 ” will provide a detailed mine-wise profile for open cast as well as underground coal mines of India.

By iData Insights
Announcing a 30 % year end discount on all released research reports in Power,Coal,Oil & Gas sector

By LontohCoal Limited
LontohCoal Limited (“LontohCoal” or “Company”), a growing mining and energy company in Southern Africa, has filed a ZAR112 million lawsuit in the South Gauteng High Court of South Africa against former City Press Reporter, Mr.

By Smart Energy Universe LLC
The World is debating the optimum energy policy, but will wisdom prevail?

By Excend
Excend selected to present due to its experience in transactions in the commodities sector in emerging markets

By IndustrialPR.net
Virginia Transformer showing its 40+ years of support for the coal industry at Bluefield Coal Show

By IHS Energy Publishing
Keaton Energy’s CEO is planning to acquire more coal companies over the next six months. IHS Coal’s South African Coal Report discusses their plans.

By IHS Energy Publishing
Coal India hasn’t had a good start to the current financial year, achieving less than 90% of its commitment to thermal power stations. However, this hasn’t resulted in the supply issues experienced a year ago. IHS Coal has more.

By IHS Energy Publishing
Australia’s peak mining bodies have quickly responded to the calling of a federal election on September 7 by setting down a bucket list of issues for a future Commonwealth government to implement. IHS Coal has more.

By IHS Energy Publishing
There’s a general consensus in the Indian coal sector that reform needs to take place. It’s just a matter of working out how to do it. IHS Coal has more.

By IHS Energy Publishing
China’s coal imports saw a 20% month-on-month decrease in June, and tonnages are expected to recede further in future months when domestic prices will fall to even lower levels, according to market participants. IHS Coal has more.

By IHS Energy Publishing
Amid a common perception that a domestic coal shortage is limiting India’s economic growth, analysts and industry insiders believe regulatory uncertainty and lack of policies will only worsen the situation in the coming years. IHS Coal has more.

By Visiongain
LONDON, UK. 02nd August 2013: Visiongain’s new report The Coal Power Decommissioning Market 2013-2023 indicates that the global market for coal power decommissioning will be worth $1.08bn in 2013.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author pens new book using vintage images to share the history

By IHS Energy Publishing
South Africa’s Exxaro Resources, one of the country’s largest producers of coal, is to build a 600MW power station in joint venture with France’s GDF SUEZ and will supply 3.8mtpa of coal from its proposed Thabametsi mine. IHS Coal has more.

By IHS Energy Publishing
The US President has declared a so-called ‘war on coal’ with new environmental regulations set to have a major impact on coal-fired power stations. IHS McCloskey Coal Report has more news from the trenches

By IHS Energy Publishing
Will Russia be a new source of coking coal to Asia? Australian-listed Tigers Realm hopes so. IHS Coal’s Marian Hookham has more on their plans to develop projects in the country’s far east.

By Advanced Plasma Industries Inc.
Hydrogen fuel cells are emerging as key players in the clean energy landscape of the future, except for one problem: it takes a lot of energy to make hydrogen, and here in the US, the preferred source of that energy appears to be fresh water, an...

By IHS Energy Publishing
China’s coal imports are predicted to slide significantly over coming months, as the looming import ban holds back the signing of new deals and domestic demand remains weak. McCloskey China Coal Report has more on what is driving down demand.

By MRB Public Relations
The Oxford Princeton Programme Rolls Out Training to Address Opportunities and Challenges in Coal

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Traders and analysts expect coal imports to grow this year despite several recent suggestions that Coal India Limited (CIL) would be able to meet a large part of the demand. Indian Coal Report’s Pradeep Kaimal has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
In February 2012, a study conducted by Business Today in collaboration with INSEAD and Harvard Business Review ranked Naveen Jindal as the best CEO in India. IHS Coal’s Bishal Thapa questions if he would be similarly ranked in 2013.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The coal industry in two states has become embroiled in the debate surrounding the possible environmental and health effects of coal dust and has called on air quality scientists to back their case. IHS Coal’s Jack Saunders analyses the disputes.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Asia has increasingly become the primary driver in international steam coal trade. With this shift has come an evolution of market dynamics, trading options and benchmark indices. IHS Coal’s Scott Dendy discusses the background of 3 key indices.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has released a new version of its thresholds for imported coal to be covered by a ban, following comments from market participants, according to sources. McCloskey China Coal Report has all the details.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The Chinese government may add more conditions to the earlier proposed ban on low-quality imports during the upcoming amendment, market sources have indicated. McCloskey China Coal Report looks at the new conditions and their implications.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Vietnam is looking for Australian thermal coal to fuel its burgeoning power generation industry which is rapidly expanding to meet the nation’s growth needs, averaging some 7% a year over this past decade. Australian Coal Report has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Coking coal producers continue to lament a market which remains in over-supply but which is increasingly looking like it has bottomed out. Australian Coal Report’s Marian Hookham has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Charges of impropriety surrounding NTPC’s coal import practices have come back to haunt the company and seem to be part of the reason why the company is making significant changes to its import strategy. Indian Coal Report looks at the changes.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
BHP Billiton may have to pay market prices for electricity consumed by its aluminium smelters in South Africa as a result of an inquiry into its agreement with Eskom. South African Coal Report has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The current met and thermal coal contract season is ending with an anaemic whimper after starting 2013 with a bang. The hangover, now looming as lengthy and severe, has a singular origin - China. McCloskey Coal Report has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
In recent years with the capacity of Australian rail and ports stretched to meet coal export demand it was unimaginable that by 2013 some companies would be trying to offload that same capacity. Australian Coal Report’s Marian Hookham has more.

By Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc.
Across the Energy Sector – Natural Gas, Coal, Coke, Nuclear, Renewable

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
An unusually public spat between Coal India Limited (CIL) and NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation) has put the spotlight on domestic coal quality. Indian Coal Report has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
An investor looking to get into commodities may be well advised to think twice about investing in the once highly prized Australian coal sector. Energy Publishing’s Marian Hookham analyses the issues.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Anglo American said it remained committed to finding coking coal resources in Mozambique despite its decision last week not to proceed with the acquisition of 58.9% in the Revuboé metallurgical coal project. South African Coal Report has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
India’s new fiscal year kicked off on April 1, perhaps to the same set of worries that have persisted over recent years. Indian Coal Report’s Bishal Thapa assesses the major challenges impacting Coal India this year.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
If you have coal to sell to India, now might be the time to start packing your bag, getting your multiple-entry visa sorted and beginning to book your flight. Indian Coal Report’s Bishal Thapa has more.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The last three years have been difficult ones for Coal of Africa (CoAL) and the past six months have been no exception.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Several Indian ports are beginning to develop plans in anticipation of the increase in coal imports in coming years and expectations that these imports will be an integral part of India's overall future energy strategy.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Reading reports and commentaries about what is likely to happen in the Chinese steel market produces, as so often, a swag of opinions that contradict each other – sometimes more than...

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Whichever way you look at it Australian coal mines are just not working at the productivity levels achieved five and even ten years ago.

By Mining Development Corp.
Natural Gas is breaking through the psychological $4 barrier. This could boost alternatives such as coal and nuclear which have been ignored by the market due to the common misconception that natural gas prices would stay...

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The railway, which links Mozambique's coal mines in Tete province to Beira in the south some 470km away, was shut after heavy floods washed away ballast, bridges and culverts close to Beira in the Zambezi Valley.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Trying to forecast near term variations in Indian coal imports can be difficult. To begin with, real time data essential to driving such an outlook are hard to standardize and vary significantly across sources.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Craig Wiggill, executive director of UK-based Thukela Resources, said recently that miners operating in the southern Africa country of Mozambique had to “get back to reality”.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Indian Finance Minister Mr Chidambaram announced proposals to equalise import duties last Thursday when he unveiled the budget in Parliament for the financial year beginning April 2013.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The Argus Power Generation Fuels conference held in Sydney recently was told there was some concern that despite plentiful gas reserves throughout Australia’s eastern seaboard, there remained significant questions about the sustainability of developing...



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