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.
Most Australian miners believe that commodity prices have bottomed out and will head up, says Newport Consulting's David Hand.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses news natural gas is surpassing coal for electricity used in the U.S.
World Coal Association CEO, Benjamin Sporton explains why coal is still important for developing economies, while commenting on low-emission coal technology.
The country wins approval from European authorities to use $2.4-billion on closing 26 coal mines.
Discussing the economics behind coal volumes, the freight environment and CSX earnings, with Chris Wetherbee, Citi senior research analyst. CSX revenues came in at $2.62 billion versus a $2.68 billion estimate.
The world's largest privately owned coal producer can't service a recent debt-fueled expansion into Australia.
Peabody Energy, the world's largest privately owned coal producer, filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Wednesday.
Weaker-than-expected demand has hit the once-buoyant liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, but the slump is attracting new customers.
CNBC's Jim Cramer weighs in on the undercurrent of commodity prices, and potential bidders for Yahoo.
After a deadly mine explosion in 2010, Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship has been sentenced to the maximum twelve months in prison and a $250,000 fine, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The commodities giant aims to raise as much as $1.1-billion by selling the Hunter Valley rail business.
The Switzerland-based commodities producer and trader hopes to fetch as much as $1.1 billion for its GRail business.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports coal producer Peabody Energy could file for bankruptcy, and the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders look at the future for other companies in the energy space.
Chinese coal miners have taken to the streets in a city near the Siberian border to protest against unpaid wages, the FT reports.
The Motley Fool Singapore's David Kuo says China has to firmly decide on whether it wants to be a market-led economy or command-led communist country.
Can Chinese authorities manage the industrial and manufacturing slowdown while maintaining social stability? CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more on the coal miners protest.
The country aims to tackle industrial overcapacity and curb pollution.