The coal industry may be down, but it’s certainly not out. That was the overarching theme from the 2015 Coal Association of Canada conference last week.
The first quarter of 2015 didn’t bring much relief for the coal price and coal companies. And unfortunately now that we’re well into the second quarter of the year, the situation is not looking much better. That said, there’s definitely still interest in the coal market — here’s a look
Less than two weeks after unions representing workers at Coal India called off an earlier strike, workers are gearing up for another strike aimed at opposing opening India up to commercial coal mining.
Low coal prices have put many coal producers underwater, but one company is managing to go against the tide and has even managed to clock big returns this year. Westmoreland Coal Company is up 92 percent year-to-date, and had more good news to report on Wednesday — it just extended
MicroCoal Technologies ticked upward on the news that it has partnered with an affiliate of Hong Kong’s Jiu Feng Investments in order to help advance its processes in Asian markets.
Last week, Coal Investing News gave an overview of Joe Aldina’s take on the metallurgical coal market, and this week, we look at the Wood Mackenzie Analyst’s view of thermal coal. The stories are similarly gloomy, but as with met coal, Aldina is confident that a recovery is on the
At the 2014 Coal Association of Canada Conference and Trade Show, seasoned metals and mining investment banker Dan Chu shared his views on the coal market and tried to answer the question “is now the time to invest?”
Toronto’s Corsa Coal today announced plans to acquire all the issued and outstanding shares of PBS Coals, a low-volatile metallurgical coal producer based in Pennsylvania.
A look at why this up-and-coming coal region is attracting the attention of major multinational mining companies — and how coal investors can profit.
U.S. coal companies are looking to diversify. Just a few years ago the industry enjoyed a boom in coal-fired power plant development, but growing concern for global warming and rising construction costs gave natural gas and renewable-energy plants an edge.