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World Coal - October 2011

World Coal - October 2011

The lead feature of October’s World Coal is transportation and logistics, with an accompanying product news special. Lead articles look at rail transportations, ports and terminals and floating transhipment solutions. Ng Weng Hoong discusses the challenges facing China’s economy in the regional report, while Lars Schernikau and Richard Morse examine the broader Asian context.
 

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World Coal - September 2011

World Coal - September 2011

The September issue of World Coal focused on opencast mining with technical articles on shovel excavators, crushers, fleet management and trucks. The regional report is on Indonesia, with World Coal correspondent Mike King looking at continuing investment in the country while articles from Homan Fenwick Willan and Environment Essential looks at changes to Indonesia’s regulatory landscape and how to adapt to them. Jake Robson of Norton Rose (Asia) LLC provides this month’s industry view, looking at the risks and rewards of investing in Indonesia. Barry Baxter’s regular column on southern Africa also returns this month, as he looks at the future of Botswana’s coal industry.
 

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World Coal - August 2011

World Coal - August 2011

This month’s issue of World Coal is dedicated to underground mining, with technical articles on communications, lighting and drive systems. Our spotlight feature is on lubrication and wear protection and the issue includes an industry view comment from Doug Ritchie, chief executive of Rio Tinto on the August’s regional report is courtesy of Ng Weng Hoong, who looks at how the country has coped with its difficult year so far and examines its prospects for the future. This month also includes a preview of AIMEX 2011, which returns to Sydney in early September. necessity of looking ahead in order to get the most out of our natural resources. Tony Lodge also provides an analysis of the UK’s proposed energy market reforms.
 

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World Coal - July 2011

World Coal - July 2011

The July issue of World Coal focuses on coal preparation, with articles dedicated to coal cleaning, sampling systems and coal preparation plants and a focus on material handling. This month also includes a special section on coal-fired power plant technology and a regional report on South Africa by Barry Baxter. The VDMA’s Klaus Stöckmann discusses how equipment manufacturers are having to step up to increasing demand around the world in his Industry View comment.
 

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World Coal - June 2011

World Coal - June 2011

The lead feature of the June issue of World Coal is underground mining, with technical articles on longwall ploughs and shearers, roof support and seals and a spotlight feature this month on clean coal technology. Gordon Cope provides the regional report on the US, analysing the positive trend in production and sales. Hal Quinn of the NMA’s Industry View accompanies the regional report with a discussion of how the US coal industry is improving as the economy continues to recover. Finally, June includes the North American manufacturers review, with information about equipment manufacturers in the US and Canada.
 

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World Coal - May 2011

World Coal - May 2011

The April issue of World Coal focuses on coal preparation, with technical articles dedicated to crushing and sizing, analysis, jigs and cyclones, centrifuges, slurry pumps and motorised pulleys. This month’s regional insight is on Mongolia, with an examination of how the country has emerged as a major player in the global coal trade and the challenges it faces as an emerging economy. April also sees the second in World Coal’s new series of Industry Views, with Alisa Murphy, CEO of B9 Coal, arguing the case for clean coal technologies. This month’s spotlight feature is on safety.
 

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World Coal - April 2011

World Coal - April 2011

The April issue of World Coal focuses on coal preparation, with technical articles dedicated to crushing and sizing, analysis, jigs and cyclones, centrifuges, slurry pumps and motorised pulleys. This month’s regional insight is on Mongolia, with an examination of how the country has emerged as a major player in the global coal trade and the challenges it faces as an emerging economy. April also sees the second in World Coal’s new series of Industry Views, with Alisa Murphy, CEO of B9 Coal, arguing the case for clean coal technologies. This month’s spotlight feature is on safety.
 

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World Coal - March 2011

World Coal - March 2011

The lead feature of this month’s issue of World Coal is opencast mining. There are articles on draglines, weighing machines, trucks, shovels and in-pit crushing and conveying. The regional insight turns to Russia, with an overview of the last 12 months in the country’s coal mining industry and a comprehensive look at how the sector is evolving. Barry Baxter keeps readers up to date on the southern African coal industry and Tony Lodge reports on an innovative use of pulverised fly ash. This month’s spotlight is on lubrication and wear protection.
 

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World Coal - February 2011

World Coal - February 2011

This month, World Coal takes a look at underground mining. Articles get under the surface of continuous miners, roof bolting, haulage and electrical systems and communications. The spotlight feature is on mine planning, modelling and exploration, while Gregory H Boyce, chairman and CEO of Peabody Energy, offers his opinions on the challenges facing the energy industry in the first of a new series of Industry Views. The February issue’s regional insight features Colombia.
 

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World Coal - January 2011

World Coal - January 2011

The lead feature in the January issue of World Coal looks at ports and terminals. There are articles on a variety of topics, including ship loaders and unloaders, grabs and cranes, stackers and reclaimers, and storage facilities. The spotlight is material handling, while Barry Baxter takes a look at transactions and the effects of rising export rates across southern Africa.
 

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