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University of California divests $200m from coal and oil sands firms
By EBR Staff Writer
The University of California has sold around $200m direct holdings in coal and oil sands firms due to growing environmental concerns and financial risks.
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Yancoal receives mining lease for Moolarben coal mine in Australia
By EBR Staff Writer
Yancoal Australia has received a mining lease from the New South Wales Department of Industry Resources and Energy for the Moolarben stage two project.
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California Assembly passes coal divestment bill
By EBR Staff Writer
The California Assembly in the US has approved a new bill, SB 185 (De León), allowing the state pension funds, California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) and California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS), to divest their investments in coal firms.
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Jindal to close Russell Vale coal mine in Australia
By EBR Staff Writer
India-based Jindal Steel and Power has decided to close the Russell Vale colliery coal mine Australia, due to mounting losses following a slump in commodity prices.
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Whitehaven Coal opens Maules Creek mine in Australia
By EBR Staff Writer
Coal producer Whitehaven Coal has officially opened its $767m open cut coal project at Maules Creek in the New South Wales’ Gunnedah Basin, Australia.
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Queensland regulators approve New Hope’s New Acland Stage 3 expansion
By EBR Staff Writer
Coal mining company New Hope has received regulatory approval for the expansion of its New Acland Stage 3 project in Queensland, Australia.
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MSHA proposes new rule to equip coal hauling equipments with proximity detection technology
By EBR Staff Writer
The US Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has proposed a new rule to equip haulage machinery with proximity detection technology to prevent miners from getting struck, pinned or crushed in underground coal mines.
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Expansion of Boggabri coal mine in Australia completed
By EBR Staff Writer
Japanese company Idemitsu Kosan has completed expansion of Boggabri Coal mine in New South Wales, Australia.
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Vale sells Australian coal mine to Glencore and Bloomfield
By EBR Staff Writer
Brazil based mining company Vale has sold Integra coal mine in Australia to Glencore and Bloomfield Group.
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BMA selects Ausenco for EPC services
By EBR Staff Writer
Australia based engineering, procurement company Ausenco has been selected by BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for its coal mine in Central Queensland.
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Royal Energy Resources to buy coal assets in Northern Appalachia
By EBR Staff Writer
Royal Energy Resources is planning to buy assets and infrastructure of two-permitted Northern Appalachia mines - Middle Wilgat and Coal Fields Transports affiliates of The Cline Group.
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Total shutters coal mining operations
By EBR Staff Writer
French oil major Total has announced the closure of mine operator Total Coal South Africa after getting approval from South African government for the sale of its coal mining operations in the country.
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Paringa completes initial mine development of Buck Creek No.2 mine in Illinois.
By EBR Staff Writer
Paringa Resources announced that the company has completed its initial mine development and coal seam access for the proposed Buck Creek No.2 mine in Illinois.
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South32 to cut costs despite strong financial results
By EBR Staff Writer
South32 is planning to cut costs by $350m a year over the next three years and reduce sustaining capital expenditure by 9% to $650m in financial year 2016.
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BMA to replace half of its workforce with contractors in Blackwater mine in Australia
The BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has announced that it will replace around 300 of its permanent workforce with contractors at its Blackwater mine in central Queensland.
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