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Caterpillar 797F mining truck named ‘Coolest Thing Made in Illinois’

The mining truck produced by Caterpillar Inc. in Decatur has been named the “Coolest Thing Made in Illinois” at the conclusion of an eight-week contest online coordinated by the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association.

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Ramaco Resources Announces Changes to Operations in Response to Pandemic

Effective April 1, 2020, out of an abundance of caution, Ramaco Resources is implementing a two-week operational furlough of the majority of employees at the Elk Creek mining complex in West Virginia.

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RMCMI Annual Conference Registration is Open!

The 116th RMCMI Annual Meeting & Conference will be held June 21-23, 2020 in Colorado Springs, Colorado at Cheyenne Mountain Resort.

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Mongolia Resumes China Coal Exports

Mongolia has gradually resumed coal exports to China through four border points from earlier this week, after two delayed restarts since exports halted in early February.

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Final Report Issued for July 15, 2019 Mine Fatality

On July 15, 2019, a plant manager stumbled on a drill bench resulting in a compound heel fracture.

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Komatsu Rebrands Certain Mining Products

The company will retain its iconic P&H and Joy brands for the products longest associated with those names: P&H for its electric and hydraulic rope shovels, draglines, and 320XPC blasthole drill; Joy for longwall systems, and room and pillar equipment.

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Atlantic Coking Coal: Mine Closures Slow Price Fall

US coking coal prices continue to face downward pressure this week, as the idling of blast furnaces across the globe appears to weigh on sentiment.

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Coal Industry Continues Pursuit

On March 20, the National Mining Association requested the explicit designation along with several financial easements to help keep the industry afloat.

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East Kentucky Power Co-Op Reduces Contracts With Four Coal Suppliers

East Kentucky Power Cooperative reduced its monthly delivery amounts with four barge coal suppliers by 20%, or a combined 16,000 st/month, according to a regulatory filing made public Tuesday.

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Coal Giant Murray Energy Risking Default as Cash Dwindles

Murray Energy Corp. has just $6 million of cash on hand and the company is concerned it’ll default on its bankruptcy loan if it can’t cease certain retiree health-care payments, according to court papers.

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Indonesian Coal Producers Consider Output Cuts

A number of Indonesian coal mining firms are considering cutting production amid expectations that Asia-Pacific demand will be heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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