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CoalWire 151, September 23, 2016

Alaskan tribe rejects coal; Ex-Im Bank’s Bangladesh interest; US coal production plummets.


Coal consultant warns thermal coal use could plummet – but dodges questions

Wood Mackenzie, a consultancy which is used by the International Energy Agency (IEA) and major coal companies, estimates seaborne thermal coal use would have to fall by 40 per cent by 2035 to meet the target of limiting global warming to a two-degree increase. While Wood Mackenzie issued a media release touting the findings of its 10-page report, which sells for US$4560, it declined to respond to inquiries about its findings or provide a copy of the report.


CoalWire 150, September 15, 2016

Myanmar backs away from coal; Sri Lanka drops Sampur plant; India cites Adani for inflating costs.