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The Port of Hull has recently celebrated a milestone, completing the largest shipment of wood pellets ever handled at ABP’s Dry Bulks Terminal.
Global thermal coal demand is expected to increase in the coming years, but whether supply will be there to meet it remains questionable...
This week ABP has announced that Martin Bardle, formerly the company’s Head of Compliance, has stepped into an operational position and taken up the helm at Immingham’s Humber International Terminal.
Argus has produced a complimentary white paper on the global coal market,
You can now take a look at the full list of attendees registered so far for Coaltrans China, China's largest coal industry gathering.
With the first installation of its new, modular conveyor system in Indonesia, Siwertell shows that innovation is a welcome aspect of the bulk handling industry.
A project which built specially-designed freight wagons to carry millions of tonnes of biomass a year to the UK’s biggest power station and breathed new life into a disused rail yard has won another prestigious industry award
The two days event will give you an extensive view on the European and regional Nordics situation of the biomass market.
Global coal demand in the next five years is set to be stable, with declines in the United States and Europe offset by growth in India and other Asian countries, a report showed.
It’s been weird in the coal world in recent days, with the world’s largest shipper saying it’s capping output, biggest seaborne buyer China putting restrictions on some imports, and...
Global coal trades report.
The Paris Agreement, signed in December 2015, focused on combating climate change and setting the path for a low carbon future, aiming at limiting the global temperature increase to 1.5°C...
Indian power utilities imported around 50.16 million mt of thermal coal over April 2018-January 2019, registering a 4.6% growth compared with the corresponding period a year go