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Column: Russia's coal exports to Asia slipping even as discount widens: Russell | Reuters

There are signs that Russia is battling to sell more coal into Asian markets, even as the price of its fuel declines while alternatives from ...

Coal is making a comeback in energy-hungry Europe, sending prices ... - Business Insider India
Business Insider India

Coal is making a comeback as Europe races to find alternatives to Russian natural gas.The price of coal is 5 times higher than normal as countries ...

Demand from China, Europe set to drive Asian thermal coal prices - S&P Global
S&P Global

Featuring Calvin Yap · Commodity Agriculture, Coal, Oil, Metals · Length 01:55 · Topic Asia-Pacific Energy Crisis, Food Security, US Policy, War in ...

Need 28 GW more coal-based capacity by FY32: Draft national electricity plan
The Economic Times

India will need additional coal-based capacity of upto 28 GW by FY32 besides the 25GW already under construction, the draft national electricity ...

Samsung and BASF Join Forces to Design Onboard Carbon Capture System
The Maritime Executive

Samsung Heavy Industries is joining forces with Swiss chemicals giant BASF to adapt a carbon capture system for maritime use.

China develops coal power: Little advance in carbon emissions capture and storage technology

Last month, China also suspended consultations with the United States on climate change, saying that carbon capture, use, and storage (CCS) ...

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