Saturday, January 20, 2018

The JSE is to get another thermal coal play in Continental Coal, a company currently in the throes of refinancing its balance sheet.

Transnet said it would approve next month a plan to expand the coal line from the Waterberg coal line to 6 million tonnes a year.

BHP Billiton faces class action from US landowners who claim the company's shale gas business is creating a toxic soup, according to a report.

Anglo American says SA's new 20-year energy plan needs to make provision for industries wanting to invest in their own power plants.

Gold and uranium producer First Uranium Corp says its board has initiated a strategic review of the company's business.

South African bank Absa has applied to put Continental Coal in business rescue proceedings despite the Australian firm hoping to sell its operating asset.

The resumption of mining operations at the Vele coking coal mine has been pushed back into the first quarter of next year, but Coal of Africa remains focused on its overall growth strategy.

PUBLIC Enterprises minister, Lynne Brown, said the South African government had no choice but to support Eskom's decision to re-employ Brian Molefe as CEO...

Australian junior Riversdale Mining has lined up two major Chinese backers for its second proposed coal venture on the Moatize field in Mozambique.

Return-to-service power stations owned by Eskom may be vulnerable to coal supply disruptions on the back of the truck drivers’ strike, now in its second week.