15 January 2020 Analysis
In this issue: are mines damaging the water supply in New South Wales, Australian uranium bounces back, Australia and the US’ rare-earth partnership, and more.
9 January 2020 News
The Environment Ministry of India gave its clearance to ten coal mining projects with an annual capacity of 160Mtpa. Four washeries, which can handle 31Mtpa, also received clearance.
6 January 2020
More than 90% of the world's total proved coal reserves are located in just ten countries. The US tops the list holding more than one-fifth of the total proven coal...
2 January 2020 Comment
Climate change uncertainties are one of the biggest risks faced by the insurance industry today and will continue to be a significant risk in the future. The number of European...
19 December 2019 Analysis
In 2010, four methane gas explosions rocked the Pike River coal mine, killing 29 workers and triggering the worst mining accident in New Zealand for close to a century. In...
18 December 2019 News
Authorities have warned that a "mega-fire" currently burning at Gospers Mountain, NSW, Australia could reach a nearby coal mine and destroy a major power station.
17 December 2019 News
A coal and gas blast that occurred at a mine in south-west China's Guizhou Province has claimed the lives of at least 14 miners and left another two trapped underground.
13 December 2019 News
Fossil fuel electric power generation company NLC India has reportedly announced plans to start mining from Talabira-II & III coal blocks.
12 December 2019 News
Thermal coal developer Edenville Energy has signed two contracts to supply washed coal from its Rukwa project in southwest Tanzania.
12 December 2019 Analysis
Coal remains a significant contributor to the economies of the world, and backbone of many local communities, so simply closing coal mines can trigger a series of unintended social consequences....