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Tag: Coal

Ukraine’s DTEK to import 400,000 mt of coal from Colombia

Ukraine’s largest producer of power from fossil fuels, DTEK, will import at least 400,000 mt of coal from Colombia within the next few months, Maksym Tymchenko, DTEK general manager, said Tuesday.

Historic record at the Port of Gdansk

The Port of Gdansk summed up the first half of 2019. It beat last year’s record, achieving a 9% increase compared to the first six months of 2018.

thyssenkrupp equips one of Russia’s major seaports

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions supplies a new coal handling system to the State Transport Leasing Company (STLC) in Russia.

China’s commodity imports surge, confound trade war fears

Forget the drop in the dollar value of China’s imports in July, the important numbers were the bumper purchases of major commodities including crude oil, coal, iron ore and copper.

Impala Terminals Burnside, Louisiana: essential link in the commodity chain

Impala Terminals Burnside in Ascension Parish, Louisiana is Impala’s state-of-the-art bulk facility in the US for coal, petroleum coke, bauxite, alumina and other dry commodities.

India, World’s No.2 Coal Buyer, Plans to Cut Imports by a Third

India’s coal ministry is preparing a plan to cut imports of the fuel by at least a third over the next five years, counting on an increase in domestic production and a jump in renewable output.

Major developments taking place at Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor

Every year, approximately 100 ships, 400 barges, 300,000 trucks, 12,000 railcars and 200 laker vessels move cargo through the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.

US June coal exports total 7.2 million mt, down 21.6%

US coal exports totaled 7.2 million mt in June, down 12.6% from May and down 21.6% from the year-ago month, according to US Census data

Port “Yuzhny” is ahead of schedule by 40% in July

SE STP “Yuzhny” handles 1 m and 312 thous. tonnes of cargo in July 2019, it is 40,2% more than planned.

"K" Line takes delivery of 22nd ‘Corona’ series coal carrier

K Line is proud to announce the delivery of “CORONA ZENITH,” an 88,000 DWT-type special coal carrier at Marugame Shipyard of Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.

The World Coal Leaders Network

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Yangtze Floods Swamp China’s Coal Demand

Look at the coal yards surrounding China’s power plants and you’ll notice something strange happening.

Stuck between a rock and a hard place

Last year the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) banned manual handling of coal at Karachi Port Trust (KPT) while deciding on a human rights petition filed with it some years ago.

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