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World Coal Institute

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  • Underground mining accounts for about 60% of global coal production though surface mining is more common in some countries, the World Coal Institute, a non-profit organization, said in its overview of the coal industry.

    Coal India Looks to Boost Underground Mining Operations

  • It accounted for about 46% of global coal consumption in 2009, the World Coal Institute estimates, and consumes a similar share of the world ' s aluminum, copper, nickel and zinc production.

    In China

  • Coaltrans is a major international coal conference being hosted by the Coaltrans Conference Organisation and the World Coal Institute.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Luke Warren, policy manager for the London-based World Coal Institute, an international coal advocate, says carbon capture and storage is expected to give the "second-biggest [emissions] abatement potential after energy efficiency."

    CFR.org -

  • According to the World Coal Institute, approximately 70% of total global steel production relies on inputs of coal.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Ron K.app, World Coal Institute, U.K. Mansika K.ut, Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Norway

    Chapter 12

  • He represented CONSOL at the World Coal Institute and the International Energy Agency.

  • Among other key speakers are World Energy Council chairman C.P. Jain, Transpower chief executive P.trick Strange, Electricity Commission chairman David Caygill and Solid Energy chief executive Don Elder, who is also chairman of the World Coal Institute.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • Milton Catelin, head of the World Coal Institute, told the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi on Jan 19.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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