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West Australian taxpayers will spend hundreds of millions of dollars subsidising Indian-owned coal miner
One of the architects of South Africa’s groundbreaking deal with rich nations to move more quickly away from coal.
The blast furnace (BF) capacity utilization rate among Chinese steel producers slipped for the fifth straight week
21 blast furnaces were put into operation in 2023, with a total capacity of 33.04 mmt.
Mining group Exxaro Resources says seaborne thermal coal prices have remained under pressure for most of the year
The Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM) in Russia is facing disruptions after a freight train caught fire, blocking the Severomuysky tunnel
AES Corporation entered agreed to divest its majority stake in the Mong Duong 2 coal-fired power plant in Vietnam to Sev.en
The rebound in China’s steel prices during this month is expected to extend to December, supported by resilient steel demand
Executives at Nippon Steel said the company would seek stakes in coking coal mines to ensure stable supplies of basic raw materials.
Whitehaven Coal has been accused of using a workplace loophole to wipe out $30 million in accrued entitlements from senior managers at BHP.