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Don't Miss the SME Mining & Exploration Division Quarterly Virtual Business Meeting Today

Today is the Mining & Exploration Division Quarterly Virtual Business Meeting. Bring a cup of coffee and a desire to learn more about the Division.

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Epiroc Advances Even Further on Safety, Sustainability, and Productivity Goals With Battery-Electric Scooptram ST18 SG

Scooptram ST18 SG is the most powerful loader yet in Epiroc’s growing fleet of battery-electric vehicles.

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OSMRE Announces More Than $126 Million to Reclaim Abandoned Coal Mines

“OSMRE has announced the availability of the 2023 AML fee-based grants,” said OSMRE Deputy Director Glenda Owens.

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BHP Looks to Hydrogen to Replace its Coking Coal

Australian resources firm BHP will develop an electric smelting furnace (ESF) in Australia, which could use hydrogen to replace the coking coal that it mines in Queensland to process the iron ore it produces in Western Australia (WA).

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Russia's War Caused Losses to the Coal Imdustry of Donetsk and Luhansk Regions Worth $300 Million

According to Yaroslav Demchenkov, currently most of the settlements in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, where coal mining is carried out, are located in the war zone, occupied or blocked by the Russian army.

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West Virginia's Hidden Castle of the Coalfields is on the Market

Deep in the hills of West Virginia’s Cumberland Mountains lies one of many once-booming coal towns that suffered from the decline of the coal industry.

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The War on Coal Is Alive, But Coal Is Not Dead

In 2017, at the end of their time in office, the Obama/Biden Department of Energy published Valuation of Energy Security for the United States.

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Mines for Manufacturing Tomorrow’s Steel

Globally, rapid population growth, urbanization and infrastructure investment are all driving ever-larger demand for steel and the metallurgical coal needed to produce it.

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