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EIA's Coal Markets Report: July 5, 2022

The Coal Markets Report has been updated for the business week ending July 1, 2022.

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WVCA's Annual Summer Environmental Summit

The 2022 Summer Environmental Summit will be held at Flatwoods Conference Center in Flatwoods, WV, July 21, 2022 from 9am-3pm.

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Register Now for Golf in Gillette, Wyoming!

The 2022 Friends of Coal Golf Tournament will be held Friday, July 29th in Gillette, Wyoming.

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EPA Announces Selection of 30 Members to Serve on Environmental Financial Advisory Board

Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan announced the appointment of 30 members, including both new and returning members, to the Environmental Financial Advisory Board (EFAB).

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As Biden Fights Over Gas Supply, Coal Is Making A Comeback

President Joe Biden’s administration is working to wean the U.S. off of oil and onto green energy, but markets are pushing consumers toward using more coal instead.

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Coal Imports Pour Into Energy-Starved Europe From Around the Globe

A hunt by Europe’s coal consumers to replace Russian cargoes with shipments from across the globe has boosted imports to a key hub by more than a third, helping to fill severely depleted stockpiles.

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Cloud Hiring Levels in the Mining Industry Rose in June 2022

This latest figure was higher than the 29.8% of companies that were hiring for cloud-related jobs a year ago and an increase compared to the figure of 37.5% in May 2022.

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The Imminent Coal, Fracking and Nuclear Decisions That Will Set UK's Energy and Climate Course

The imminent coal, fracking and nuclear decisions that will set UK’s energy and climate course

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Bowen Coking Coal Closes New Lenton Coal Takeover

New Lenton owns a 90% stake in the Lenton joint venture (JV), which holds the Lenton coal project and Burton coal mine in the northern Bowen Basin of Queensland, Australia.

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China Increases its Purchases of Russian Coal

According to S&P's Commodities at Sea database, Russian seaborne coal supplies to China in the first 28 days of June increased by 55 percent to 6.2 million tons from the same time prior year.

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UK: Huge Memorial to Miners to Be Built in Swadlincote

A huge memorial to Swadlincote's rich mining community could be created in the town's park if plans are approved.

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Happy 4th of July from CoalZoom.com and CoalMinerExchange.com!

Happy 4th of July from CoalZoom.com and CoalMinerExchange.com!

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Wyoming Politicians, Industry Cheer Supreme Court Curbing EPA on Power Plant Emissions

Two of Wyoming’s three members of Congress, the state’s governor and the energy industry have cheered a Supreme Court ruling curbing some of the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulatory power.

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They Wanted to Attract Large Russian Business to the Donbass Coal Industry Russian News

The government of the DPR announced plans to attract Russian business to the coal industry of Donbass.

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Epiroc Wins Large Battery-Electric Equipment Order for New All-Electric Mine in Canada

Epiroc has won a large order* from Glencore in Canada for battery-electric equipment and automation solutions that will be used at what will be one of the world’s first all-electric mines.

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BBC Ships its First Australian PCI Coal

Australian developer Bowen Coking Coal (BCC) shipped the first coal from its 1.2mn t/yr Bluff pulverised coal injection (PCI) grade mine from Gladstone port last week and is on track to mine 5mn t/yr of coal by 2024.

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Sedgman Grows Western Australia Presence With Onyx Projects Acquisition

Sedgman says it has acquired project management and engineering company Onyx Projects, enhancing its growing Western Australia presence and offering to clients.

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The Supreme Court's Fleeting Gift to the Coal Industry

The US coal industry is in a long-term decline, and the recent Supreme Court ruling in the West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency case won’t change that.

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Most Voters Concerned Over Climate Impact of Supreme Court EPA Ruling

Polling conducted before the Court ruled on West Virginia v. EPA shows the majority of Americans are concerned about removing protections under the Clean Air Act.

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Mongolia's Daily Met Coal Shipments to China Peak in June as Lockdowns Ease

The number of trucks carrying metallurgical coal into China in June rose to the highest level in 2022, as COVID-19 movement restrictions eased in the country, industry sources said June 30.

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Aberpergwm: Coal Mine Expansion Facing Legal Challenge

In January approval was given for another 40 million tonnes of coal to be dug at Aberpergwm, Neath Port Talbot, UK.

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Dry Bulk Market: Coal Imports Making Their Way Into Europe

In a clear sign of the turbulent times we’re experiencing, coal imports have began making their way into Europe with more cargoes entering the EU market. It’s a response to the scramble to offset the losses of Russian gas.

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China Clears its Backlog of Stranded Australian Coal - But Don't Expect Beijing to Buy More Soon

China has finished clearing a backlog of stranded Australian coal amounting to over $1 billion, China customs data shows.

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PJM Spot Power Prices Rise 200% on Year in June, Forwards Up Over 300%

PJM Interconnection wholesale power prices were nearly 200% higher on the year in June and between 12% and about 25% higher on the month with hotter summer weather increasing power demand by nearly 20% on the month.

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American Resources Says Subsidiary Scores $2 Million Working Capital Facility to Expand Indiana Battery Metal Production

The funds will also be used to increase internal lab space and put in place additional pre-processing to scale production, the company said.

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Mining Association, Alabama Fire College Host First Responder Competition

The Alabama Mining Association (AMA) Thursday announced the results of the inaugural Alabama Surface Mine First Responder Competition, which was held earlier this month at the Alabama Fire College’s world-class facility in Tuscaloosa.

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Missed MINEXCHANGE? Catch the Highlights During SUMMERXCHANGE

You might not be able to catch up on the networking from MINEXCHANGE 2022, but you can keep up with the critical information shared at the SME Annual Conference during SUMMERXCHANGE.

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North Dakota's Congressional Delegation AG Say EPA Supreme Court Decision is a Win for State

Attorney General Drew Wrigley said “North Dakota secured a landmark U.S. Supreme Court victory in one of the most important environmental and energy law cases in decades.”

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Hitachi Construction Machinery and Immersive Technologies Extend Exclusive Partnership Agreement

Since 2007, Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd (HCM) and Immersive Technologies have had a Technical License Agreement and a Partnership Agreement in place.

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US Miners Back Supreme Court's EPA Ruling

NMA has welcomed the US Supreme Court’s ruling on Thursday that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cannot pass sweeping regulations that could overhaul entire industries without additional congressional approval.

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Mining Safety: Predicting Coal and Gas Outbursts with Early Warning Systems

Scientists from China have collaborated on a new paper to identify better gas outburst detection methods to significantly improve safety in mining. The authors have presented a novel deep-learning-based system for early warning and prediction of mining di

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The UMWA Honors Woody Williams

“Woody Williams was a hero for a lot of us, and not just because he was a Medal of Honor winner in World War II. While earning that award alone justifies the “Hero” title, Woody was so much more than that," UMWA International President Cecil E. Roberts

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George Luxbacher Interview - Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration

"We are all reliant on mining and, while the old pick and shovel images of mining immediately come to mind, they don’t reflect the responsible and sustainable mining industry of today," said Luxbacher.

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Gainwell Engineering Grows Global Footprint With New Facilities in the USA and Australia

Rapidly growing Indian mining equipment manufacturer Gainwell Engineering says it is committed to build a sustainable, reliable and safer future for mining.

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Creating Transparent ESG Reporting in Mining

It’s no secret that as technology and environmental standards evolve, mining companies are having to be increasingly transparent about their practices.

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Reining in the EPA

In a majority decision in West Virginia v. EPA, the U.S. Supreme Court placed important limits on the authority government agencies have to unilaterally issue transformative regulations of vast economic and political significance.

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WV Coal Association Statement Regarding U.S. Supreme Court Decision in West Virginia v EPA

Chris Hamilton, President and CEO of the West Virginia Coal Association, has made a statement following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in West Virginia v Environmental Protection Agency.

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Supreme Court Victory on Clean Power Plan

When it rains it pours..It seems this week the good news just keeps coming from the nation's highest court for those who value freedom and sound science.

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U.S. Coal Industry Group Lauds Supreme Court Decision

“We are pleased the Supreme Court issued a decision that restricts the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from setting carbon dioxide standards for coal-fired power plants based on outside-the-fence measures.

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WVU Experts Offer Insight on SCOTUS Limiting EPA's Authority to Regulate Power Plant Emissions

A variety of West Virginia University experts discuss the United States Supreme Court’s ruling that curbs the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to limit carbon emissions at existing power plants.

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Arch Resources Publishes 2022 Sustainability Report

Arch Resources, Inc. (NYSE: ARCH) has announced the publication of its 2022 sustainability report, now available for download on the company's website homepage at archrsc.com.

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