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Coal offers cautious optimism for Trump at first post-election conference

URL: https://www.snl.com/InteractiveX/article.aspx?CDID=A-38623833-12331&KPLT=4 SNL, Christopher Coats, 12/8/2016 At one of the first industrywide gatherings since Election Day, the coal sector offered cautious optimism about the Trump administration’s impact on the industry after years of challenges. Gathered in New York for the … Continue reading

10. December 2016 by Terry Headley
Categories: American Coal Council, Beltway & Beyond, CAA, carbon, CCP, CCS, CCT, CCUS, Climate Change, CO2, Coal Trading Conference, conference, CPP, Election, Emerging Markets, Energy, Energy Trading, EPA, Export, Industry Reports, Mercury, Mining, NSPS GHG, OSM, Ozone, Permits, Policy, Power Generation, Stream Buffer Zone Rule | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Coal offers cautious optimism for Trump at first post-election conference

Development Groups: More Coal Plants will not end Energy Poverty

By Joshua Learn S&P Global Intelligence (October 2016) Coal-fired generation is not the answer for fighting energy poverty, according to a new position paper from international development organizations. The paper, “Beyond Coal,” released by the Overseas Development Institute and a … Continue reading

01. November 2016 by Terry Headley
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Rise in ‘met’ coal welcome change

http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/rise-in-met-coal-welcome-change/article_a8c663ca-34b3-51ea-9126-a30e8c50766d.html By Fred Pace, Huntington Herald-Dispatch A recent upturn in the price of metallurgical coal is expected to spark new production and some additional employment in at least one smaller part of the beleaguered Appalachian coal industry. But how long … Continue reading

11. October 2016 by Terry Headley
Categories: American Coal Council, coal, Coal Fundamentals, Coal Prices, Emerging Markets, Export, Mining, steel | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Rise in ‘met’ coal welcome change

ICE launches Platts-based coal futures contract for ILB

By: Andrew Moore, Managing Editor Platts Coal Trader Intercontinental Exchange on Monday (April 4) launched a new U.S. coal futures contract, and corresponding futures options contract, for Illinois Basin coal, the first coal futures contract for the U.S. market since … Continue reading

07. April 2016 by Jason Hayes
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GRE partners with Chinese firm to market DryFining

ACC member Great River Energy has partnered with a Chinese firm to market their DryFining technology to utilities in China. Great River Energy recently completed negotiations for and executed a DryFining License and Technology Transfer Agreement with Tangshan Shenzhou Manufacturing … Continue reading

25. November 2013 by Jason Hayes
Categories: Asia, CCT, Emerging Markets, Industry Reports, Marketplace Information, Utilities | Tags: , , | Comments Off on GRE partners with Chinese firm to market DryFining

Tihart: Missing ‘green coal’ opportunities

Coalblog readers should check out Todd Tiahrt’s recent editorial on the Washington Times website. Tiarht, a former Kansas Congressman and n0w CEO of Neumann Systems Group, explains that if we are to encourage the developing world to use their coal … Continue reading

03. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
Categories: CCS, Emerging Markets, Energy, Environment, EPA, Policy | Tags: , , | Comments Off on Tihart: Missing ‘green coal’ opportunities

Coal exports setting new records

We’ve heard it said in American Coal Council conferences, and I told it to an AP reporter this morning, even if some of the people in this country are naive enough to think we can stop using abundant, affordable, and … Continue reading

16. August 2012 by Jason Hayes
Categories: Emerging Markets, Marketplace Information, Ports | Tags: , | Comments Off on Coal exports setting new records

The Carnegie-Krupp Template for Coal Deployment Optimisation Part II

Editor’s Note: As part of the Coalblog’s continuing commitment to bringing you new and innovative editorial and ideas, I have invited Walter James O’Brien to expand on his 2010 American Coal magazine article, “Carbon Compliance Using the Carnegie Model.” In … Continue reading

02. January 2012 by Jason Hayes
Categories: carbon, Emerging Markets, Environment, Power Generation, Utilities | Tags: , , | Comments Off on The Carnegie-Krupp Template for Coal Deployment Optimisation Part II

Martin Engineering opens offices in Lima Peru

Thanks to the folks at Martin Engineering for forwarding this information on their new offices that are opening in Lima, Peru. A worldwide leader in bulk materials handling technology has announced a new sales and service location, as Martin Engineering … Continue reading

30. November 2011 by Jason Hayes
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Indonesian Coal Miner Plans $167m IPO to Finance Coal Boom

Written by Joao Peixe Monday, 10 October 2011 23:24 Indonesian Atlas Resources is readying a $167 million initial public offering to help finance building supporting infrastructure in its Sumatra coal mining hubs in Muba and Oku. Indonesian Atlas Resources director … Continue reading

11. October 2011 by Jason Hayes
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