Queensland Resource Council calls for government aid as struggling coal companies “teeter on the brink”. Is the coal industry finally facing up to reality?
The transformation and decarbonisation of our energy supply also requires a plan to retire the state’s outdated and polluting coal-fired power stations.
It’s time we started thinking of renewables as a driver of fossil fuel demand – instead of the other way around.
Australia tumbles 10 places on key environmental performance index, while Oxford report warns its coal mines and plants are among the world’s riskiest investments.
Shenhua, the Chinese coal giant proposing to develop controversial coal mine in Liverpool Plains, cut its imports last year to virtually zero. Does it really need a new mine?
According to Agora Energie’s proposed plan, the use of coal to generate power will be over by 2040.
Once a critical player in the energy future of the U.S., the coal industry is now little more than a self-interested party seeking a bailout.
Coal production in the U.S. has dropped to its lowest level in 30 years thanks in part to low natural gas prices and climate policies.
Despite a 10% cut to coal consumption forecasts, the latest International Energy Agency medium-term coal market outlook distorts the underlying data being presented.