The UK’s push to move away from coal-fired power plants has been taking place since 2015.
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Fossil fuels continue to play a dominant role within global energy systems – accounting for around 82% of the world’s energy supply.
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Sherritt International Corp., whose executives were once known as Fidel Castro’s favorite capitalists, is paying the price for its close ties to the struggling Caribbean nation.
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According to PwC, investors seemed unimpressed last year, as market valuations fell 18%.
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The new regulations may have a further, more unexpected effect on the steel sector, and the nascent electric vehicle battery industry.
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ArcelorMittal fell the most in two years after announcing that it’s further cutting steel production across its European plants to cope with weak demand and rising imports.
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Vale said risk of a new dam break as a consequence of an unstable embankment at Gongo Soco open pit, in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais, are now minimal.
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After the opposition Labor party suffered heavy losses in coal-mining regions in Saturday’s Australian federal elections, the Carmichael project looks to be getting closer than ever to approval.
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The aid package launches a drive to transform chimney-stack economies into high-tech centers and will help Germany achieve its climate goals for 2030 and put it on the right path for meeting 2050 targets.
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