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IEEFA: Whitehaven’s Vickery coal folly
Whitehaven Coal has long set its strategic direction on the implicit …
April 28, 2021
Tim Buckley
Fantastical Forecasts by Whitehaven and Aurizon
… forecasts driven more by hope than evidence. First comes Whitehaven Coal talking up the prospects for a revival in seaborne coal … decline in oversupplied global markets. Some of the Whitehaven nitty-gritty:
August 17, 2015
Tim Buckley
Gwadar coal power plant: One step forward, two steps back
The revival of the Gwadar power project on imported coal is heightening Pakistan's financial troubles.
March 16, 2023
Haneea Isaad
Australian coal miners should think carefully about what they do with …
Australian coal miners have recently reported huge profits and cash …
March 09, 2023
Andrew Gorringe, Simon Nicholas
A reality check for Australian thermal coal exporters
… identified as a key growth market by Australian thermal coal exporters as the main export markets of Japan, South … and in the longer term the decline in Australia’s thermal coal export market is inevitable.
February 27, 2023
Andrew Gorringe, Simon Nicholas
A move into Australian coal mining doesn’t change long-term outlook for Thungela
Thungela’s subsidiary Sungela will purchase an 85% stake in the Ensham mine in the state of Queensland from Japan’s Idemitsu Kosan for R4.1 billion (US$230 million), a move that helps diversify the company’s holdings and reliance on South…
March 06, 2023
Simon Nicholas
Appalachian Coal
Clean Coal
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