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  • peabody energy

    peabody energy, headquartered in st. louis, missouri, is the largest private-sector coal company in the world. its primary business consists of the mining, sale, and distribution of coal, which is purchased for use in electricity generation and steelmaking. peabody also markets, brokers, and trades coal through offices in china, australia, the .

  • coal companies of australia

    vale’s global coal business is headquartered in australia, but includes mining operations in australia, china, colombia and mozambique. in australia, vale operates mines in queensland's bowen basin and the hunter valley district of new south wales with a nominal production capacity of 8mtpa.

  • commodore mine queensland, australia

    situated around 200 kilometers west of brisbane in queensland's surat basin, the commodore mine is adjacent to the 850 mega-watt coal-fired millmerran power station, to which the mine is the only source of coal fuel supply, having made its first delivery there in february 2003.

  • carmichael coal mine

    the carmichael coal mine is a thermal coal mine in the north of the galilee basin in central queensland, australia, approved by the queensland and federal australian governments. mining was planned to be conducted by both open-cut and underground methods. the mine is proposed by adani mining, a wholly owned subsidiary of india's adani group.

  • list of coal-fired power stations in australia

    these fossil fuel power stations burn coal to power steam turbines that generate some or all of the electricity they produce. australia's fleet of coal fired power stations are aging and due for replacement. in early 2017, 75% of coal fired power station in the country were operating beyond their original design life.

  • coastal coal-carrying trade of new south wales

    the coastal coal-carrying trade of new south wales involved the shipping of coal—mainly for local consumption but also for export or coal bunkering—by sea to sydney from the northern and southern coal fields of new south wales.it took place in the 19th and 20th centuries. it should not be confused with the export coal trade, which still exists today.

  • coal in australia

    coal mining in australia has been criticized by members of the environmental movement, due to carbon dioxide emissions during combustion. this criticism is primarily directed at thermal coal , for its connection to coal-fired power stations as a major source of carbon dioxide emissions, and the link to climate change and the effects of global warming on australia . 7

  • list of countries by coal production

    list of countries by coal production. jump to navigation jump to search. this is a list of countries by coal production, based mostly on the statistical review of world energy ranking countries with coal production larger than 5 million tonnes. countries. coal production million tonnes country/region .

  • history of coal mining

    one-third of australia's coal exports were shipped from the hunter valley region of new south wales, where coal mining and transport had begun nearly two centuries earlier. coal river was the first name given by british settlers to the hunter river after coal was found there in 1795.

  • category:surface mines in australia

    pages in category 'surface mines in australia' the following 120 pages are in this category, out of 120 total. this list may not reflect recent changes .

  • history of coal miners

    industrial structure, union strategy and strike activity in bituminous coal mining, 1881 - 1894, social science history 2002 26 1 1 - 32. seltzer, curtis. fire in the hole: miners and managers in the american coal industry university press of kentucky, 1985, conflict in the coal industry to the 1980s. trotter jr., joe william.