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April 2014
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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 www.miningmart.net
Now there is a new classified ad site to serve the heavy machinery niche market, so no longer is it necessary for you to pay to advertise your bulldozer or truck for sale, just visit miningmart.net and post an ad for free!

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 PANalytical
Partnership enhances mineral analysis exploration and production operations for customers throughout the region

By IHS Energy Publishing
A recent report by Standard Bank Group Securities comparing Australian and South African coal assets has indicated mines are likely to close given the current climate. IHS Coal analyses the report which evaluates the present state of both industries.

By Web Marketing
Finally an ebook that addresses every aspect of Global Mining Investing by Andrew Sheldon Professional Trader, Mining Stocks & Industry Analyst

By IHS Energy Publishing
Taking a cue from the past experience NTPC, India’s largest state-owned power utility, has now decided to focus more on developing its own coal resources rather than increasing its dependence on imported coal. IHS Coal reports.

By IHS Energy Publishing
Establishment of an appropriate transport strategy is the key to developing the coal industry in Mozambique, according to Rio Tinto Mozambique MD, Andrew Woodley. South African Coal Report has more on this growing coal region.

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 Market Equities Research Group
Gold miner Metanor Resources Inc. (TSX-V: MTO) (Pink Sheets: MEAOF) (Frankfurt: M3R) is working toward commercial Gold production status and is in effect crossing the chasm from development to higher-grade stope production.

By IHS Energy Publishing
Anglo American, the UK-listed mining group, estimates it can achieve a 2% to 4% improvement in net pricing for its coal products by fusing its metallurgical and thermal coal divisions. IHS Coal has more on the company’s plans.

By IHS Energy Publishing
The patient has been on the critical list for some time, but last rites were surely administered this month to that once fundamental market defence mechanism of the Australian coal industry: production discipline. 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 IHS Energy Publishing
Early July market developments, spurred by last month’s settling of Asia region benchmarks, suggest that met coal price levels, while still shaky, are edging closer to a floor. IHS McCloskey Coal Report looks at the evidence.

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 PANalytical
Customers throughout the region will benefit from the enhanced mineral analysis options

By IHS Energy Publishing
The Indian government’s decision to hike the price of natural gas will eventually lead to a sizeable increase in imported coal, according to analysts and industry observers. Indian Coal Report’s Pradeep Kaimal looks at the implications.

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 IHS Energy Publishing
Richards Bay Coal Terminal is still considering expanding its facilities despite Transnet’s plans to build a competing terminal close by. South African Coal Report’s David McKay discusses the plans.

By IHS Energy Publishing
The best news for imported coal into India came from natural gas, which is often perceived as a competitor to coal. In the case of India, natural gas may very well turn out to be imported coal’s best friend. Indian Coal Report has more.

By IHS Energy Publishing
Linc Energy told the Australian Stock Exchange it knows of no reason for the sharp decline in its share price this week, just before Reuters said it was looking to buy the Gregory Crinum coal operation in Queensland. Australian Coal Report has more.

By PANalytical
New reseller brings ASD’s high-performance, portable instruments to universities and research institutes

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 IHS Energy Publishing
Not a single tonne of South African material found its way into South Korea in the first four months of this year, figures from the Korea Customs Trade & Development Institute show. McCloskey Coal Report has more.

By ITE Group plc
The 17th edition of MiningWorld Russia, the international exhibition and conference for mining and processing of metals and minerals, took place at Crocus Expo exhibition centre in Moscow from 14 to 16 May 2013.

By IHS Energy Publishing
The falling domestic Chinese market has forced import prices even lower, with some Chinese traders speculating that delivered prices might soon drop below the $80/t mark for 5,500kc NAR material.IHS Coal’s McCloskey China Coal Report has more.

By Shale Mineral Acquisitions
Mineral Rights Acquisition Firm Can Tell of Winners & Losers

By marcus evans
Technologies are ineffective without the right management component

By IHS Energy Publishing
The world must virtually decarbonise over the next three decades, meaning most coal reserves must stay in the ground, according to a report by the Australian Climate Commission. IHS Coal’s Terry O’Connor has more on its implications.

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 Dixon Electric
Dixon Electric Designs Electronic Product Catalogue for Mining Giant Vale

By Magenta Global Pte Ltd
The 6th West & Central Africa Mining Summit & Expo 2013, the region’s premier African mining event set for September 17-18 at Ghana's Accra International Conference Centre, has been growing into its largest gathering of industry players to date.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
South African coal miners shouldn’t celebrate the rand’s recent devaluation too soon, according to analysts. IHS Coal’s David McKay looks at the benefits and risks of the currency devaluation facing the industry.

By ThoroughTec Simulation
ThoroughTec Simulation will demonstrate its engineering prowess in advanced heavy equipment mining simulation by going beyond the typical industry showing of basic load and haul simulators on Stand 0623 at AIMEX

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
South Africa is getting to grips with plans to liberate energy from low-grade coal resources with the announcement of two technology-driven initiatives in the last week that will bring industrial scale UCG to the country.

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 Windsor Gold Mining and Exploration Inc
Windsor Gold Mining and Exploration Incorporated located in Langley BC is a junior mining company in central interior (Cariboo region) of British Columbia Canada.

By Global Future Solutions
Unconventional gas fracking has the potential to help the world reduce its carbon footprint with a cleaner, greener energy source. The toxic fracking fluids used have caused much controversy world wide. GFS has created a solution to this problem.

By American Society of Appraisers
The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) is pleased to announce the offering of ME214 Identification and Appraisal of Mining and Mineral Processing Equipment to be held September 4-7, 2013 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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 3128946377
A Discussion with Sophie Bergeron, Director, Safety and Health at Goldcorp Inc.

By Roemer Industries
Masury, Ohio - In a continued effort to provide durable, long lasting custom identification products to the coal-mining industry, Roemer Industries attended the 2013 Longwall USA Exhibition and Conference.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
The recent announcement of plans to ban low c.v. coal imports into China is already having an impact with Indonesian authorities announcing preparations to develop markets in other Asian countries. McCloskey China Coal Report has more.

By Navigator Marketing
Wipware Inc Realizes 524% Revenue Growth Over 5 years in Photoanalysis Software Industry

By Navigator Marketing
Rail-Veyor® Technologies Global Solves Complex Material Haulage Problems

By Flexco
Flexco, the world’s premier supplier of belt maintenance products, recently appointed Steve Hennessey to the position of Project Sales Manager – North America.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
All eyes this week and over the next few weeks will be on a report to be submitted to the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) on a ‘compensatory tariff’ for Adani Power and Tata Power. Indian Coal Report has the details.

By Caldera Resources Inc.
Arbitrator Has Suspended Arbitration Proceedings Claiming Unpaid Fees

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Japanese trading giant Mitsubishi joined with steelmakers Nippon Steel and Korea’s Posco as signatories to an open letter to the NSW Premier and his cabinet expressing concern over the Land Court’s recent Mount Thorley Warkworth decision.




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