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Global slowdown leading to lower prices, fall in e-auction volumes and higher-than-expected wages are downside risks Topics Coal India | Coal India shares Devangshu Datta  |  New Delhi  Last Updated at November 26, 2021 20:31 IST The public sector major Coal India reported results which disappointed the markets. At consolidated levels, the PAT for Q2, 2021-22 was
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The Chronicle Prosper Ndlovu, Business Editor COKING coal producer, South Mining (Pvt) Limited, will invest an additional US$60 million next year as it expands operations with focus on establishing a highly integrated business model. This will see the company diversifying its operations to include exploration works, mining, coal processing, coking coal and by-product processing, with
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CHARLESTON — State Treasurer Riley Moore is leading West Virginia and a coalition of states to put banks on notice for playing politics with taxpayer dollars. In a press release and video released Monday, Moore and financial officers in 15 other states wrote an open letter to the U.S. banking industry warning them against pulling
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An Ohio House committee unanimously passed legislation last week allowing electric utilities to charge customers to fund energy efficiency programs designed to reduce electricity consumption. Residential customers would have limited ability to opt out (the bill creates a three-week window to do so per five-year program cycle) of the maximum $1.50 per month utilities can
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The Department of Finance (DOF) is exploring how foreign governments can contribute to the Philippines’ efforts to accelerate the decommissioning and repurposing of its coal-fired power plants. As overseas companies have a significant stake in the country’s coal-fired power plants, DOF Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III broached the possibility of foreign governments buying out the
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Eleven years ago, Wyoming was worried about its coal plants. Not because of waning demand — coal production had just peaked — but because the Obama administration wanted to see carbon capture commercialized by 2020. The former president’s contentious Clean Power Plan wouldn’t be unveiled for another five years. Already, though, his administration was contemplating
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