China is facing, like many other countries worldwide, an energy crisis. Since September, high coal costs and inflexible electricity prices have caused shortages that forced local governments to implement rolling blackouts for energy-intensive industries. However, China’s ruling party has ordered power companies to secure winter power at any cost. China’s energy crisis pushed the government
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SINGRAULI, INDIA (AFP) – Thick grey dust hangs in the air and vast chasms are gouged into the land in the Indian coal hub of Singrauli, where giant machines scoop up dirty fuel to power the country’s growth while worsening its pollution blight. The open-cast mines of Singrauli epitomise the economic and environmental dilemma faced
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Research by two Melbourne University students has found the application of lignite can result in significant reductions in the release of polluting gas caused by animal waste. Some of the research was carried out at the university’s Dookie campus. Scientists have known that some of the nitrogen in animal feed is not utilised by the
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NEW YORK, Nov. 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — BizVibe has made available 1,000+ company profiles for the coal producers and suppliers category on its B2B platform. Companies listed in this product category are primarily engaged in manufacturing or supplying various types of coal and related products (such as anthracite coal, coal briquettes, coal mining equipment, etc.).
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As expected, it was a choppy week price-action wise, with rough weather in Australia threatening to shut down some export capacity. However, most commodities sold off toward the end of the week as the “O-my-God” Covid variant emerged from South Africa. The rand immediately sold off further. Japan added to some of the early upside
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Japan’s marine fuel availability has been tight since early November as Japanese refiners prioritise fuel oil supply requests from the domestic power sector in preparation for peak winter electricity demand. Japanese refiner Eneos has received 2½ times more fuel oil delivery enquiries from Japanese power firms compared with a year earlier, while the company’s supply
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Aerial photo taken on Nov. 23, 2021 shows a train being loaded at a loading station of a coal mine in Erdos, north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.Photo:Xinhua China’s top economic planner the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said on Monday that they summoned coal producers for a hearing meeting about further enhancing the
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China’s top economic regulator said on Friday it will take timely measures to bring excessively high prices of coal back down to a reasonable range, its latest move to regulate the red-hot market and stabilize coal prices. The National Development and Reform Commission told a symposium with coal power enterprises that it is looking to
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Ion Yadigaroglu Contributor Ion Yadigaroglu is managing partner of Capricorn Investment Group and a GP of Capricorn’s Technology Impact Fund. He is an early investor in iconic deep tech companies including Tesla, SpaceX, Planet, Saildrone, QuantumScape, Joby Aviation, Helion Energy, Twelve, Electric Hydrogen, Redwood Materials and others. He serves on the board of nonprofit Ceres
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China’s emissions fell dramatically in early 2020 due to sweeping quarantines (Representational) Beijing: China’s CO2 emissions fell in the third quarter for the first time since the country reopened from Covid-19 lockdowns, research published Thursday showed, in what experts said could mark a carbon “turning point” for the country. But the threat of economic slowdown
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