All articles by Annabel Cossins-Smith

Annabel is a staff writer across energy titles, with degrees in History and International Journalism.

Annabel Cossins-Smith

Indonesia to halt approval of new mining quotas for 2023

The country’s mining quota distribution has already taken a hit in recent months after the government reverted to an older, more complex approval process.

Signal: Chile’s Codelco raises $2bn in bond offering

The offer has been taken up by banks BNP Paribas, Citi, JP Morgan, Santander and Scotiabank.

Report: South Korea and Australia remain world’s top producers of emissions from coal

Per capita, both Australia and South Korea produce more than triple the world’s average coal power emissions.

India increases coal power output as dry, hot weather continues

According to the country’s federal grid operator, Grid India, power generation for last month surged to a record 162.7 billion kilowatt-hours.

197 investors sue Glencore over “untrue statements” in its prospectuses

The claimants have alleged that they suffered financial losses as a direct result of “untrue statements” and omissions in Glencore’s 2011 and 2013 prospectuses.

Peru slashes economic growth outlook as copper investment slumps

The Ministry of Economy and Finance said that the economy is now set to grow by 1.1% in 2023, down from a previous estimate of 2.5%.

Chile to investigate deadly mining accidents at Anglo American and Minera ACF

Mining Minister Aurora Williams said that the Ministry of Mining is closely monitoring the investigations.

France to extend life of its final coal plants ahead of winter

The two remaining coal plants, located in Cordemais and Saint-Avold, have been granted permission to stay operational long after they were initially due to shut down.

UHL and H2i unveil hydrogen injection kits for diesel engines

H2i has manufactured ten commercially ready hydrogen injection kits, which can be used within current diesel-powered combustion engines.

Worker strike at South32 mine extended by another week

Industrial action at South32’s Appin mine was initially due to end on 25 August but has been extended to 1 September.