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29

Jun 2021
The Jordan Cement Traders Association confirms a 20 percent drop in daily cement demand locally

Mansour Al-Banna, the Chairman of the Jordan Cement Traders Association, confirms a 20 percent drop in daily cement demand in Jordan, compared to prior months [PAID=]Al-Banna informed Al-Dustour that ...

09

Mar 2021
Ayala Group confirms divestment of its coal-fired power plant in the Philippines

A divestment of USD 450 million was confirmed by the Ayala Group for its coal-fired power plant in Lanao del Norte The Ayala Group, headquartered in the Philippines, confirmed a divestment of at least ...

05

Mar 2021
Montem Resources confirms premium hard coking coal at Chinook Vicary

The company released the coal quality test work results following its November 2020 drilling program Montem Resources Ltd, headquartered in Australia, recently received the detailed coal quality test ...

22

Jan 2021
Itochu confirms full exit from thermal coal by 2024

It will sell its stakes in Colombian and Australian mines over the coming three years The Japanese conglomerate Itochu confirmed it plans to exit thermal coal entirely with the sale of some operational ...

22

Jan 2021
Itochu confirms full exit from thermal coal by 2024

It will sell its stakes in Colombian and Australian mines over the coming three years ...To read the full article on CoalWeek, click here.

09

Dec 2020
Two firms to mine and sell sand from Iceland’s historic Hjörleifshöfði Estate

The raw materials will be used for cement manufacturing and sandblasting The mountain and the black sand beach in Iceland’s historic Hjörleifshöfði Estate have been sold to two firms, Icelandic ...

23

Nov 2020
SLK Cement confirms its membership in the Association of European Businesses

The membership allows the company to participate in about 65 committees and working groups of the Association [PAID=]SLK Cement, part of Buzzi Unicem, has confirmed for the second year its membership ...

16

Jul 2020
Three Chinese coal firms to merge and form country’s third biggest miner

... state-owned firms through a planned merger, which could form the country’s third biggest mining company, reports BNN Bloomberg. The consecutive reports of mergers among China’s coal firms is purportedly ...

14

Jul 2020
Two coal firms merge to become China’s second-largest mining company

The newly merged company will enhance its competitiveness in the market China’s Shandong Energy Group announced on Monday its planned merger with Yankuang Group, which is set to be completed within ...

16

Jun 2020
Husqvarna Group reaffirms sustainability commitments

The company has signed a new document to maintain carbon emissions low Husqvarna Group reported it has joined the global group of leading companies to sign Business Ambition for 1.5°C. With this letter, ...

10

Jun 2020
Energy firms urged to use solar power instead of coal

Experts say solar energy is the brighter investment for companies The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) discovered that running up to 1,200 gigawatts of the world’s existing coal capacity ...

13

Feb 2020
TerraCom confirms offer for Universal

Universal's shareholders were advised to not give a response South Africa’s Universal Coal continues to urge its shareholders to give no response to a spontaneous offer from TerraCom, following ...

09

Dec 2019
Menar reaffirms offer to Eskom

The public-owned company’s debt had surpassed ZAR 450 million in September Menar has restated its national-interest-serving coal offer to Eskom, warning that its ZAR 20 billion loss in 2018/19 ...

20

Nov 2019
Cemex to partner with two Chinese firms

... firms, reports Reuters. The group has inked a contract to work alongside Glodon, a digital platform service provider, and Interdream Ventures, a venture capital company. According to Cemex, this partnership ...

27

Sep 2019
Australian coal terminal receives loan from Korean brokerage firms

The companies acquired debt emitted by the terminal The Abbot Point coal terminal in Australia received KRW 250 billion from three brokerage firms based in South Korea after it emitted subordinated ...

27

Sep 2019
Australian coal terminal receives loan from Korean brokerage firms

The companies acquired debt emitted by the terminal The Abbot Point coal terminal in Australia received KRW 250 billion from three brokerage firms based in South Korea after it emitted subordinated ...

21

Aug 2019
Environmental impact study confirms cartons compare favorably with reusable glass bottles

... and juices. SIG Chief Executive Officer Rolf Stangl commented: “The latest LCA confirms once again that beverage cartons are the preferred environmental choice for milk and juice packaging. The high ...

29

Jul 2019
Investors remain interested in Egyptian cement firms

The sector’s recent dire situation is not affecting wishes for investment [PAID=]Investors remain interested in acquiring or increasing their stakes in Egyptian cement companies, and are exploiting the ...

27

Jun 2019
Law changes bring uncertainty to coal firms in Indonesia

Upcoming rule changes put more pressure on the already struggling industry [PAID=] The government in Indonesia is now proceeding with the amendment of current coal mining rules, in order to enforce ...

21

Jun 2019
Uganda confirms deposits of around 300 million tons of iron ore

The country wants to improve the national steel industry through these [PAID=] The Ugandan government has confirmed the existence of 300 million tons of iron ore in the country, which could be used ...

19

Jun 2019
Asia Pulp and Paper partners with Mexican firms to develop new products

The company’s partners are already selling and marketing these products in Mexico [PAID=] Asia Pulp and Paper has developed new products for the packaging and biodegradable paper markets, fruit of ...

12

Jun 2019
Coal firms stand against smoky coal ban

Nationwide prohibit of smoky coal threatened by legal action Plans to further extend the ban on smoky coal in the Republic of Ireland have been denied, on the risk of legal action by coal firms, ...

28

May 2019
Cemex reaffirms commitment towards UN Sustainable Development Goals

Manufacturers is focusing on five goals that provide more opportunities for footprint reduction Cemex reaffirms its pledge towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals, reports Cemex itself. Mexico-based ...

21

May 2019
Continental Materials acquires new construction supply firms in Colorado

The terms of the transactions were not disclosed Continental Materials acquired two specialty construction supply firms based in Colorado Springs, just three months after selling Transit Mix Concrete ...

17

May 2019
IMIDRO firms display monthly coal output growth

The combined coal production showed a rampant growth From March 21 to April 20, Tabas Parvadeh Coal Company and Central Alborz Coal Company produced a total of 47,187 tons of coal, 40,395 pertaining ...

17

May 2019
IMIDRO firms display monthly coal output growth

The combined coal production showed a rampant growth From March 21 to April 20, Tabas Parvadeh Coal Company and Central Alborz Coal Company produced a total of 47,187 tons of coal, 40,395 pertaining ...

12

Apr 2019
Malaysian cement firms earnings to soften in first quarter

Analysts expect weaker demand in 2019 [PAID=] Cement companies in Malaysia are expected to be impacted by the lower demand for the material during the first quarter of the year, and could register ...

18

Dec 2018
Study confirms weight of cement sector on global CO2 emissions

Sector must slash emissions to reach Paris Agreement goals New study confirms carbon dioxide emission responsibility from the cement sector, reports Energy Live News. A new study by think tank Chatham ...

21

Aug 2018
South-Korean firms illegally import coal from North Korea

Three companies accused by South Korea's Custom Services Three South-Korean companies accused of importing coal from North Korea, reports The Borneo Post. The Korea Customs Services says that over 35,000 ...

21

Aug 2018
South-Korean firms illegally import coal from North Korea

Three companies accused by South Korea's Custom Services Three South-Korean companies accused of importing coal from North Korea, reports The Borneo Post. The Korea Customs Services says that over 35,000 ...

22

May 2018
Chinese packaging firms hit by higher input costs

The restrictions on waste paper imports are already squeezing the paper and packaging industry Paper prices in China have increased, and profit margins for packaging manufacturers might be squeezed ...

11

May 2018
Russian Railways holds meeting regarding development and cooperation with coal firms

The parties discussed coal export issues [PAID=]Oleg Belozerov, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Russian Railways, and Sergei Tsiviliev, acting governor of the Kemerovo Region, held a working meeting ...

11

May 2018
Russian Railways holds meeting regarding development and cooperation with coal firms

The parties discussed coal export issues [PAID=]Oleg Belozerov, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Russian Railways, and Sergei Tsiviliev, acting governor of the Kemerovo Region, held a working meeting ...

11

May 2018
HeidelbergCement analyzes 2017 results; confirms outlook for 2018

The integration of Italcementi was one of the topics addressed at the Annual General Meeting In his speech to about 440 shareholders on May 9, Dr. Bernd Scheifele, Chairman of the Managing Board, ...

12

Mar 2018
WTO affirms US methodology as countervailable subsidy

The Canadian restrictions took a blow Canada’s efforts to defend its controversial restrictions on the export of logs from British Columbia (LERs) took a recent blow, as the World Trade Organization ...

02

Mar 2018
Atlas Iron confirms Sinosteel as partner

They will team up for a lithium deal with Pilbara Minerals Atlas Iron has confirmed China’s Sinosteel as its offtake partner for an innovative lithium minegate sales deal with Pilbara Minerals, ...

16

Feb 2018
European Commission confirms unannounced inspection at kraft paper company

The European body has confirmed the operation The inspection took place in one member start and is part of the same investigation that led the Commission to carry out unannounced inspections in ...

09

Feb 2018
Thai Containers Group buys packaging firms

Two companies were bought in cooperation with Rengo Thai Containers Group, a joint venture between SCG Packaging and Japan’s Rengo, has acquired the 25 percent stake it did not own in two packaging ...

08

Feb 2018
Hauling firms fined for colluding on Western Coalfields' tenders

Companies were offering similar bids to transport coal in 2014 Western Coalfields sees resolution in case against companies accused of bid rigging, reports International Law Office. The Competition Commission ...

11

Jan 2018
Cemex confirms price increase in Mexico

The price hike was limited to concrete producers [PAID=]Cemex confirms hike in the price of cement in Mexico, reports El Financiero. The cement company confirmed an increase on its cement product prices, ...

15

Dec 2017
Sappi confirms expansion plans for dissolving wood pulp

The project has the potential to bring additional investments and jobs into the KwaZulu Natal region of South Africa Sappi, the South Africa-based leading global supplier of dissolving wood pulp ...

23

Nov 2017
Adani negotiates funding for Carmichael mine with Chinese firms

Deal with number of state-owned Chinese companies said to announced soon Adani close to securing financing from a Chinese firm for the Carmichael coal project, reports Outlook India. According to the ...

23

Nov 2017
Adani negotiates funding for Carmichael mine with Chinese firms

Deal with number of state-owned Chinese companies said to announced soon Adani close to securing financing from a Chinese firm for the Carmichael coal project, reports Outlook India. According to the ...

07

Nov 2017
WestRock confirms investment in Brazil

The Porto Feliz (SP) unit, one of the most modern in the world, will establish state-of-the-art production and offer unique solutions for the market [PAID=] WestRock reaffirms its commitment to Brazil, ...

27

Sep 2017
Sika CEO confirms 2020 strategic targets

The company wants to increase annual sales Sika Chief Executive, Paul Schuler confirmed the Swiss chemical company's outlook for 2017 and its 2020 strategic targets at its investor day , reports ...

18

Sep 2017
CPCB firms up plan to check use of polluting fuels in industries

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has now fixed the emission standards for SOx and NOx The use of sulphur-heavy fuel, a major source of air pollution, such as furnace oil (FO) and pet coke ...

18

Sep 2017
Hong Kong waste paper firms go on strike

Week-long industrial action meant as ‘wake-up’ call to prompt government to negotiate with authorities across border over import restrictions Hong Kong’s waste paper exporters warned of a wave of ...

23

Aug 2017
Italcementi reafirms safety of petcoke

Fears raised by local press over the Matera cement plant Italcementi reaffirms the safety of transporting and storing petcoke, reports Oltre Free Press. Contradict fears raised by the local press, Italcementi ...

23

Aug 2017
Italcementi reafirms safety of petcoke

Fears raised by local press over the Matera cement plant Italcementi reaffirms the safety of transporting and storing petcoke, reports Oltre Free Press. Contradict fears raised by the local press, Italcementi ...

23

Aug 2017
India firms revise strategy for Mozambique coal assets

ICVL, Mercator make different options to their assets Indian companies decide the fate of their interests in the Mozambique coal market, reports Mining Weekly. International Coal Ventures is currently ...

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