*Mining generated 67.8 pct of Mongolia's H1 industrial output. ULAANBAATAR, Sept 9- The long-delayed development of Mongolia's giant coal deposit at Tavan Tolgoi in the south Gobi desert is set to be revived as the North Asian country's new government looks for ways to stimulate its crisis-hit economy. Slowing demand for coal and copper, Mongolia's chief...
BEIJING, Sept 9- China has reduced its coal production capacity by 150 million tonnes in the first eight months of the year, representing 60 percent of its 2016 target for capacity cuts, state media said on Friday citing the state planner. Any increases would be pulled if prices fall below trigger levels respectively at 460 yuan, 470 yuan and 490 yuan also for as long...
Trade in thermal coal is likely to fall 40 percent in the next two decades after the U.S. and China signed a climate deal, Wood Mackenzie said.
*China, India, Vietnam, Indonesia cut back. OSLO, Sept 7- The amount of coal-fired power generation under development worldwide has shrunk by 14 percent this year, driven down by China as it struggles with oversupply and tries to promote cleaner energy, a study showed on Wednesday. China had the biggest drop in its pre-construction pipeline by far, of 114 GW to a total...
Economists who study the U.S. shale oil and gas revolution say the candidate overstates the benefits of more drilling.
SHANGHAI, Sept 6- The northern Chinese province of Shanxi, the country's biggest coal producing region, has awarded 947.78 million yuan to six major coal enterprises this year for shutting down surplus capacity, one of the firms said late on Monday. In a notice to the Shanghai Stock Exchange, Datong Coal Industry Co. Ltd said it alone had received 312.16 million...
JOHANNESBURG, Aug 29- South Africa's Treasury and state-owned Eskom clashed on Monday over a probe into coal contracts between the power utility and a company linked to the wealthy Gupta family that is accused of holding undue political sway over President Jacob Zuma. The row further scarred relations in a government rocked by a police investigation of...
Prakash Sharma, research director of coal markets at Wood Mackenzie, explains China's effect on coal prices.
Coal prices have surged recently on supply-side reforms in China, with gains set to continue with the onset of the La Nina.
A bright spot in Glencore's operations update was that it raised its copper production guidance, says Clarksons Platou Securities' Jeremy Sussman.
Shanxi has moved to ease rising pressure on its largest coal miners by extending the maturity on up to $60 billion in loans, the FT reports.
His plan says little about fundamental economics that have sent crude oil prices spiraling and cut U.S. dependence on coal.
Union Pacific stocks dropped more than 2 percent after reporting a 12 percent decline in operating revenue for its second quarter.
Union Pacific CEO Lance Fritz, discusses freight volume levels, and his confidence in coal's "place in electricity generation long-term."
Donald Hoffman, EXCEL Services Corp. CEO, discusses Donald Trump's position on coal and energy policies.
"The people I talk to are worried about the future of America," explains Trump campaign supporter and Continental Resources Director John McNabb, from the Republican National Convention.
Thomas Fanning, Southern Company Chairman, President & CEO, discusses the pipe venture between Southern Company and Kinder Morgan and possible technology that has promise for responsible coal combustion.
China's Premier Li Keqiang takes questions from KPMG's John Veihmeyer about capital market reforms and Alcoa's Klaus Kleinfeld on steel and coal overcapacity.
The correlation between oil, gas and coal is weakening, says Francesco Starace, Enel Group CEO, discussing the company's mission to generate more renewable energy to meet the world's energy needs.
Mining industry sentiment has finally started to improve, after several years of gloom amid a commodity price slump.