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Coal Industry News

Prepare to give up half of your coalmine

New regulations from the Indonesian government require foreign investors in mining companies to divest 51% of their shares by the tenth year of production, but...

Retaining staff in Indonesia’s coalmines

Indonesia’s talent pool is drying up as workers seek attractive salaries and greater opportunities elsewhere, but what mechanisms can enterprises initiate to retain staff?...

Sumatra to boost Indonesian coal production

Already developed Kalimantan lies at the heart of Indonesia’s coal production, but all that could change as experts push Sumatra into the mix....

New capacity to soften freight rates

Shipping costs for coal freight customers look set to ease in coming months, despite a recent rise in rates, as the number of new build...

Rising supply takes edge off coking coal prices

Driven by rampant demand for steel from emerging economies and a slow recovery in Western markets after a hiccup in 2009, coking coal prices remain...

Stiff challenges for project developers

The coal industry faces stiff competition from gas, as utilities and investors prepare their power financing strategies for coming years. However, cheaper costs in Asia...

Carbon capture: still waiting for the revolution

Fossil fuels can play a crucial part in the global energy mix for decades to come, if the cheap and abundant energy they provide can...

M&A continues apace in coal sector, despite market caution

A year of frenetic mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity among coal companies has produced a mixed reaction from markets, but rising Asian demand and attractive...

Solid demand outlook boosts coal industry confidence

The global coal sector is in a state of flux, as it realigns to handle shifting regional demand and adapts to a still-fragile economic recovery,...

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