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Affiliates of Alpha Natural Resources issue WARN Act notice to 292 workers
By EBR Staff Writer
Three operating affiliates of US based metallurgical coal producer Alpha Natural Resources have sent Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act notices to 292 employees working at six of mines in the US.
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Australian agriculture minister opposes approval to $1bn Watermark coal project
By EBR Staff Writer
Australian agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce has opposed the conditional approval to the $1bn Watermark coal project.
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Mongolia looks to divest stake in Tavan Tolgoi coal mine
By EBR Staff Writer
Mongolia is considering to sell its stake $4bn Tavan Tolgoi coal mine in a bid to attract foreign investment into the country.
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Glencore to shut operations at Optimum Coal Mines in South Africa
By EBR Staff Writer
Glencore officially announced that it is closing operations at its Optimum Coal Mines in South Africa resulting in 600-700 layoffs.
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BHP finalises deal to sell San Juan Mine to Westmoreland Coal
By EBR Staff Writer
BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal has executed an agreement to sell San Juan Mine to Westmoreland Coal Company (WCC).
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South African mine union threatens legal action if Glencore cuts jobs
By EBR Staff Writer
South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has threatened to take legal action against the South African government’s mines department if Glencore cuts its planned 600 jobs at its Optimum Coal unit in the country.
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Glencore to shut some operations at Optimum Coal subsidiary in South Africa
By EBR Staff Writer
Swiss mining company Glencore is moving ahead with its plans to close a few mines owned by its Optimum Coal subsidiary in South Africa.
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Nine die while trying to dig coal from abandoned mine in China
By EBR Staff Writer
Nine people died after getting trapped in an abandoned coal mine in Yongding District of China.
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Australian researcher studies effectiveness of virtual reality to train coal miners
By EBR Staff Writer
University of Wollongong researchers have joined hands with industry safety training provider Coal Services to test the effectiveness of using immersive virtual reality to train miners and rescue workers.
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JW Resources files for bankruptcy
By EBR Staff Writer
Knoxville, Tennessee based miner JW Resources has filed for bankruptcy protection in the Eastern District of Kentucky.
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X2 Resources planning to acquire coal mining assists from Rio Tinto
By EBR Staff Writer
X2 Resources founder Mick Davis is reportedly in talks with mining major Rio Tinto to buy some of its Australian coal assets.
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Adani puts on hold Carmichael mining project in Australia
By EBR Staff Writer
Indian mining company Adani has asked four of its engineering contractors to stop working on the Carmichael coal project in Queensland, Australia.
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Indian government starts process to allow commercial coal mining
By EBR Staff Writer
The coal ministry of India is planning to allow commercial mining in the country, and it has started a discussion with stakeholders to chalk out a plan.
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Altura Mining secures coal-operating contracts in Philippines
By EBR Staff Writer
Altura Mining’s Philippines subsidiary has been awarded two coal-operating contracts under the Philippine Energy Contracting Round 4 (PECR4).
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Universal Coal receives financing for New Clydesdale coal project in South Africa
By EBR Staff Writer
Universal Coal has secured A$55m($44m) senior secured debt finance facility from Investec Bank for development of in New Clydesdale colliery in South Africa.
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