more mines to shut as coal woes deepen

  • More mines to shut as coal woes deepen The Australian

    4/28/2014· More mines to shut as coal woes deepen Joe Hockey on wrong track 5:12 Fund manager John Abernethy says Joe Hockey should be working to grow the economy and lift

  • South African mines grind to halt as floods deepen power

    12/10/2019· It mines coal, diamonds, iron ore and platinum in South Africa through its De Beers, Kumba Iron Ore <KIOJ.J> and Anglo American Platinum <AMSJ.J> businesses. Sibanye-Stillwater <SGLJ.J> shut all its deep-level mines on Monday but was aiming to send miners back underground for the afternoon shift at 1400 GMT on Tuesday.

  • Coal's western woes Fox Business

    9/23/2019· Oregon’s last remaining coal plant in Boardman will completely shut down its 550 MW of generation by the end of 2020. Oregon’s utilities must be coal-free by 2035. Coal

  • Poland's last coal mines to close in 2049 in deal with unions

    WARSAW (Reuters) Polish coal unions on Friday agreed with the government on a gradual closure of coal mines, with the last mines to shut in 2049, the union and government representatives said

  • South African mines grind to halt as floods deepen power

    South African mines grind to halt as floods deepen power crisis. JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) Mines across South Africa shut down on Tuesday after flash flooding triggered the most severe power

  • IEEFA Report: European Coal Sector Woes Deepen With

    May 8, 2017 (IEEFA.org) — More than 100 separate power plants—representing one-third of Europe’s large-scale coal-fired power plant capacity—face costly air quality upgrades or closure as a result of new European Union emissions limits, according to an analysis published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis .

  • Britain to Shut Most of Its Coal Mines The New York Times

    10/14/1992· Ken Capstick, a militant union leader from Yorkshire, where several mines facing closing, criticized the utilities for switching to natural gas, which he said was 30 percent more expensive than coal.

  • DiamondCorp woes deepen as mine shut for safety audit

    10/13/2016· DIAMONDCORP’s operational troubles deepened today after the company said its Lace underground diamond mine in South Africa’s Free State province could be shut for at least a week. This is following a Section 54 notice by the South African government’s Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) which requires mining firms to shut their operations for alleged []

  • Anglo to stick with coal despite losses, safety woes

    2/28/2021· Anglo and its Japanese partner Mitsui are spending $US226 million reviving an old Queensland coking coal mine called Aquila that has been shut since the global financial crisis in

  • UPDATE 5-South African mines grind to halt as floods

    It mines coal, diamonds, iron ore and platinum in South Africa through its De Beers, Kumba Iron Ore KIOJ.J and Anglo American Platinum AMSJ.J businesses. Sibanye-Stillwater SGLJ.J shut all its deep-level mines on Monday but had said it was aiming to send miners back underground on Tuesday.

  • Fight over Rio's mines means coal isn't dead; Adani woes

    The IEA expects global coal demand to be 5.636 billion tonnes of coal equivalent in 2021, up from 5.4 billion in 2015, equating to an average annual growth rate of 0.6 percent, down from 2.5

  • China’s Crude Oil, Coal Output Declines Deepen Amid

    8/12/2016· Six state-owned coal miners in Shanxi province, the largest coal-producing region, will shut down 21 mines this year, according to the 21st Century

  • Coal mining: Changing supply paradigm could take 7-10

    4/30/2018· Coal mining: Changing supply paradigm could take 7-10 years, more needed to rid sector of woes

  • Coal Industry Outlook Appears Solid Despite

    5/26/2020· Amid difficulties, coal companies are trying to reduce operating costs, idle high cost mines, produce more low cost mines and enter into collaborations to remain competitive. The likely drop in export volumes in 2020 and Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) administrative complaint challenging the proposed joint venture between Arch Coal (ARCH) and Peabody Energy (BTU) do not bode well for

  • BHP says Chinese ban on Australian coal adding to Mount

    2/16/2021· Amid gloom about coal’s long-term prospects, BHP expects the mine to run at a loss this year it costs almost US$66 a tonne to produce coal that

  • Mining sector’s woes deepen as production contracts

    Mining sector’s woes deepen as production contracts for a sixth consecutive month However, mining production lifting 4.2% month-on-month in March

  • Coal miners' pensions are at risk as the coal industry

    Over the past few years, coal companies in the West have largely survived while Appalachian firms struggled, partially because western mines produce cleaner-burning coal that can be more easily

  • Lonmin woes deepen as COO resigns for "personal

    3/6/2017· Lonmin woes deepen as COO resigns for “personal reasons”. By. David McKay. -. March 6, 2017. Lonmin's Rowland Shaft. LONMIN suffered a body blow today with the departure of its chief operating officer Ben Moolman who has resigned owing to “personal reasons”.