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Mining Webinar in Review: Increased Project Numbers, but Decreased Values

In a recent webinar, Joe Govreau, Industrial Info's vice president of Metals & Minerals research, and Shaheen Chohan, vice president of analytics, discussed the outlook…

Metals & Minerals | mines | Mining | Coal | Coal Mine | coal mining | copper | precious metals | Metal Industry | steel

William Ploch

Fri Sep 21 2018

Hurricane Florence Temporarily Idles Coal Export Terminals on U.S. Eastern Coast

The U.S. Mid-Atlantic region already has endured more weather-related devastation than it has seen in years after Hurricane Florence made landfall on the Carolina…

hurricanes | hurricane florence | florence | Coal | Exports | Terminals | trade | Fossil Fuel

William Ploch

Mon Sep 17 2018

U.S. Coal Production, Industry Profits Rise in Third Quarter

Following years of eroding demand, declining prices and a harrowing string of bankruptcies, U.S. coal miners are demonstrating they once again can be profitable.…

Coal | Power Production | U.S. | Power Generation

Mackenzie

Mon Nov 27 2017

Mining Outlook Webinar in Review: Sector Expected to Slowly Improve

In Industrial Info's recent Global Mining Outlook webinar, Joe Govreau, vice president of research for the Metals & Minerals Industry, discussed some of the key…

Mining | Outlook | Market Outlook | U.S. | Coal | Iron Ore

Industrial Info

Wed Sep 13 2017

Boost in U.S. Rail Shipments Reflects Bump in Coal Volumes

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Led in part by an upswing in coal shipments, U.S. rail traffic in the first half…

Coal | U.S. Railroads | Coal Mine

Industrial Info

Tue Jul 11 2017

Mining Webinar in Review: Increased Project Numbers, but Decreased Values

In a recent webinar, Joe Govreau, Industrial Info's vice president of Metals & Minerals research, and Shaheen Chohan, vice president of analytics, discussed the outlook for spending in the global mining industry. While the number of mining projects throughout the world is rising, the overall total investment value is declining, thanks to a larger number of in-plant and brownfield projects. »

Hurricane Florence Temporarily Idles Coal Export Terminals on U.S. Eastern Coast

The U.S. Mid-Atlantic region already has endured more weather-related devastation than it has seen in years after Hurricane Florence made landfall on the Carolina coast early Friday, and comparisons with Hurricane Harvey's effect on the Texas Gulf Coast last year are multiplying. But there's at least one major difference: The effect on gas supplies and prices have been minimal, »

U.S. Coal Production, Industry Profits Rise in Third Quarter

Following years of eroding demand, declining prices and a harrowing string of bankruptcies, U.S. coal miners are demonstrating they once again can be profitable. Industrial Info is tracking more than $3 billion in active coal mining-related projects, including $1.4 billion in various stages of construction in the U.S. Five of the country's largest coal producers--Alliance Resource Partners »

Mining Outlook Webinar in Review: Sector Expected to Slowly Improve

In Industrial Info's recent Global Mining Outlook webinar, Joe Govreau, vice president of research for the Metals & Minerals Industry, discussed some of the key trends in the global mining sector. While the sector has seen an overall dip in project spending in recent years, spending may be improving as commodity prices strengthen and demand grows. Industrial Info is tracking »

Boost in U.S. Rail Shipments Reflects Bump in Coal Volumes

Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Led in part by an upswing in coal shipments, U.S. rail traffic in the first half of 2017 was up 4.5% compared with the same six months last year, according to the Association of American Railroads (AAR). Total U.S. carload traffic for the first six months of 2017 was »