Coal Mining

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Latin America has in Colombia one of the world´s largest coal mining countries, especially because of the Cerrejón mine, that in 2014 produced 24.9mn tons.

Despite natural gas' current fanfare, investors still find coal mining attractive as due to the mineral's larger reserves and greater historic price stability.

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Power generators looking to use coal can mitigate pollution concerns by adopting international standards and incorporating carbon capture and storage technology into their plant designs.

Here are the latest BNamerica´s coal mining news, analysisis and projects.

Colombia coal mining accident leaves 5 dead

Colombia coal output climbs 12% through Q3

Coal miner Cerrejón reports export uptick

Colombia court derails night coal train

Coal miner aims to reduce Chile's energy import bill

Colombian coal production up 3.6% in 2014

Barclays reportedly hired to advise on sale of Vale's Australia coal assets

Brazil's antitrust watchdog greenlights Eneva-Copelmi coal mine deal

Coal plunge 'has further to go' as Colombia eyes European markets

Jamalco to build US$500mn coal-fired plant - BNamericas

Coal, gold fall most as Mexico's mining output declines

Mexico: NGO calls for total ban on vertical shafts in coal mining

Mexican commission backs ban on vertical shafts in coal mining to improve safety

Colombian mining industry eyeing PPP railroad projects for expected coal boom

Coal, gold fall most as Mexico's mining output declines

Mexican coal mining company accounts frozen over suspected crime links

Alto Chicama

Mina Invierno

Rubens coal project

Perez coal project

Mina Rica

Cerrejón Mine, P40 Expansion Project


Leão 2 underground mine