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2018: A Year in Coal

Even while the White House considered different ways to extend a lifeline for coal plants and proposed a replacement for the Clean Power Plan that may soften emissions regulations, many generators still faced a difficult market.

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Coal Boom in India and Southeast Asia to Cancel Out Declines in North America and Europe, Says Report

Coal will continue to stay high on the agenda for the next five years despite much of Europe and North America phasing out the dirtiest of all fossil fuels.

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Aldermen Approve Financing Deal for Komatsu HQ Complex Project

Milwaukee aldermen have agreed to a financing package that will help move forward the proposed new Komatsu Mining Corp. headquarters and manufacturing facility, despite concerns that the project would not create a high enough job density at the site.

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The World's Most Controversial Coal Mine Is Set to Break Ground

Indian billionaire Gautam Adani’s Carmichael is located in Australia’s huge Galilee Basin, which covers around 250,000 square kilometers.

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Burnmorecoal.com Hits Green Power Utilities in Stockholder Meetings

Fred Palmer and Steve Milloy have launched Burnmorecoal.com and they are collecting proxies, filing stockholder motions and sending letters to senior management.

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Six Days on, Fourteen Miners Remain Trapped in Flooded India Coal Mine

The mine has been termed "illegal" by activists, since coal mining in Meghalaya, India using the ‘rat-hole mining’ technique has been banned by the National Green Tribunal in 2014.

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Report Cites Economic Development Opportunities at Abandoned Coal Sites in Appalachia

A new report shows that with a little innovative thinking, there can be life after coal by re-purposing abandoned coal mine sites.

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Arch Coal Net Income Surges on Tax Benefit

Arch Coal on Tuesday reported an 80% surge in third-quarter net income to $123.2-million, or $6.10 a diluted share, helped by a $45.2-million tax benefit. The third-quarter net income compares with $68.4-million, or $2.83 a share, in the prior-year period

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