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Articles from Coal Age (1996) (May 1, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
A completely new idea in mining events. Calendar 1787
A new look for mining lighting. Brief article 105
AEP Decides to retire 2 coal-burning units. 501
Alliance sustains momentum with another record quarter. Financial report 745
Arch's West Elk earns environmental, safety awards. Brief article 235
BNI Enters agreement with Minnkota to supply lignite coal to North Dakota. Brief article 114
Buchanan mine cuts operating schedule, Furloughs 188. Brief article 266
Calendar of events. Brief article 234
Civil unrest puts Ukrainian mines in jeopardy: caught between EU standards and resourceful Russians, miners in Donetsk face a no-win situation. Vorotnikov, Vladimir 1936
Clive Palmer bids for coal terminal expansion. Brief article 145
Coal runner supports coal industry in Boston Marathon. 685
Coalspur appoints Sedgman as EPC contractor. Brief article 184
Cold January boosts capacity of retiring coal plants above 50%. Statistical data 2138
Constant and continuous improvement. Fiscor, Steve Editorial 569
Death toll climbs as rescuers battle fire at soma mine in Turkey. Statistical data 648
Double-deck screen. 120
East Kentucky Power will shut down 4 units at Dale power plant. 456
EIA: coal stockpiles at power plants to rebuild. Brief article 136
Experts contradict White House coal plans. Popovich, Luke 1066
Fiber optic systems. 195
Flotation in a fluidized bed. 244
Green River power plant may get extended life. Brief article 306
Heyl & Patterson signs license agreement with ELB in South Africa. Brief article 199
IEA: coal is here to stay. Brief article 189
Illinois' reforms to regulate coal mine permits could hinder industry's recovery. 398
Judge strikes down Minnesota's 'anti-coal' act. 365
Justice sues thrasher. 320
Longwall VFD steps up AFC speed and torque control. 433
Mechel to supply coking coal to BaoSteel. Brief article 134
Mining software: where are we headed? The ever-changing face of software technology is bringing the industry into the future at warp speed. Schmidt, Donna 4273
Moving overburden: automated draglines move one step closer to reality. 902
MSHA approves Bi-di line of leaky feeder amplifiers. 132
MSHA Issues coal dust final rule. 635
MSHA releases alert on powered haulage. 238
Oxford Resource Partners sells Island coal terminal. 430
Parker unveils PTS Pro. 370
Patriot cuts staff, evaluates future. Brief article 246
Pembroke resources to pursue met coal opportunities. Brief article 181
Rajant, Becker WMS announce partnership. 531
Rio Tinto loses legal fight to expand Australia coal mine. Brief article 165
Sampling, down to a science: McLanahan outlines how to make sampling system choices easier for mines. Schmidt, Donna 2427
Songololo and the Valley of a Thousand Hills: South Africa's Transnet improves logistics, delivering more coal to RBCT. Du Venage, Gavin 1455
TerraSource opens new development center. Brief article 203
The economics of rebuilding processing equipment or buying new. Taylor, Eric 705
To report or not to report, that is the question: injury reporting requirements for mine operators vs. contractors. Penn, Breyana 1178
Twentymile mine earns company award for safety, performance. Brief article 261
United coal charts a new course with proximity detection: an Appalachian coal operator sets its sights on becoming the first coal company to install proximity detection on all of its production equipment at all of its mines. Fiscor, Steve 2190
US Tsubaki demos overload protection. 139
Vorkutaugol to commission 11 new longwall faces in 2014. Brief article 102
Walter Energy selling Blue Creek Terminal. Brief article 138
WV Mining officials file drug testing rule. Brief article 252
WV State mining board approves proximity rules. Brief article 303

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