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New Met Coal Mines

Ramaco Resources plans to open two new metallurgical coal mines which, at full production, are expected to add almost one million new tons of product per year.

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Curry Supply Co: Nine Tips on How to Organize Your Service Trucks

When critical machinery breaks down and halts operations at a job site, having a well organized service truck to haul equipment and perform the repair work can greatly reduce expensive downtime.

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India: Five Feared Trapped in Meghalaya Mine For 12 Days, Rescuers Wait for

The Meghalaya government has sought help from the Indian Navy as the rescue operation for trapped miners inside an illegal coal mine hasn't made any headway so far.

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South African Miners Hit Again by Eskom's Power Cuts

South African mining companies are being affected by frequent and prolonged power cuts enacted by state power utility Eskom on May 16 because of recurring breakdowns and failures at several of the country's ageing coal-fired power stations.

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Coal India Lifts Embargo on Exports

In a major development, Coal India Ltd has lifted the embargo on coal exports under its e-auction sales policy. Now coal purchasers, including traders, can export the coal bought through this route.

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Mexico: All Seven Trapped Miners Found Dead

Rescuers have recovered the bodies of all seven workers trapped in a collapsed mine in northern Mexico, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday, ending any hope of finding survivors.

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US Coal, Oil and Natural Gas for the Human Environment

In addressing climate change, there is an ongoing need to embrace consideration of the Human Environment as found in NEPA and rethink all climate efforts that eliminate coal as well as natural gas electricity generation.

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In the Era of Cyberattacks, Fuel Diversity and Security Reign Supreme

The cyber threat to the nation’s energy infrastructure just crossed the Rubicon. A cyberattack forced the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline, which transports 45% of the refined fuel used on the East Coast.

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