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Are you interested in what happens in the coal industry? The best place to get the latest articles to keep you informed is the Wiser coal industry news email. It is a free digest delivered to your inbox daily containing a comprehensive list of the web's best articles on coal. It is an industry that has been in a perpetual state of change for several decades now. That change has been brought on by competing influences. On the one hand, the demand for coal is as strong as ever, but, on the other hand, there is a growing desire for green and renewable forms of energy. The coal industry still produces over 7,000 million tons of coal every year. The largest producing nations are China, the USA and India. Some mines, including some in the United States, are coming to the end of their natural life. The eastern United States has been particularly affected by this. But the demand for coal continues to grow, and it is still the main fuel used in the production of electricity in America. If you have an interest in coal and coal production sign up for the Wiser daily coal industry news email today.

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Frontier Energy Services Announces Formation of Frontier Midstream Solutions IV
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TULSA, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Frontier Energy Services (“Frontier”) today announced the formation of Frontier Midstream Solutions IV (“Frontier IV”). The newly formed Frontier IV will pursue new midstream opportunities by taking advantage of Frontier’s deep understanding of and experience in the Permian and other...
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While Hurricane and Wildfires Devastate US, Fashion Companies Announce They Will Take Another Two Years to Even Set Climate Targets
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Coal Industry, Compressed Natural Gas
Gazprom's Blue Corridor Rally Has Iberian Launch
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The 11th Blue Corridor rally, for factory-built vehicles powered by natural gas and LNG kicked off in Lisbon on September 18. Participants cover 5,700 km in 18 days, crossing nine European countries, to finish in Saint Petersburg, timed to coincide with the...
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Czech EPH Buys German Coal-Fired Unit
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Czech privately-owned energy group EPH has agreed to buy the 750 MW Mehrum coal-fired power plant in north Germany from municipally-owned Enercity (Hannover) and BS Energy (Braunschweig). Price was not disclosed. The Czech firm said September 19 that the sale agreement was...
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High Demand from Emerging Economies to Boost the Power Boiler Market: Technavio
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LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The global power boiler market is expected to grow at a CAGR of close to 4% during the forecast period, according to Technavio’s latest market research. Global power boiler market is expected to grow at a CAGR of close to 4%...
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Scientists harness power of photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide into renewable fuels
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New technique could help up us move away from reliance on greenhouse gas-emitting fossil fuels. Scientists have developed an artificial technique that mimics natural photosynthesis to convert carbon dioxide into renewable fuels in a process that is more efficient than the equivalent...
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Exxon Mobil’s Futuristic FuelCell Carbon Capture Just Might Work
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Exxon Mobil Corp.’s foray into carbon capture and storage technology with FuelCell Energy Inc. “is making progress,” Cowen & Co. analyst Jeffrey Osborne wrote in a research note Tuesday. The technology has moved from the lab to a commercial test at a...
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Toilet Paper Power: How Used Bathroom Tissue (Yuck) Could Generate Electricity
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Documents show nearly HUF 1 billion spent on PR for Paks atomic plant expansion
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The Hungarian Electric Works (MVM) Paks II Inc. has spent nearly HUF 1 billion on the communication of the expansion of the Paks atomic power plant, as well as on the monitoring of its acceptance among the public, reports Átlátszó.hu. The documents...
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