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LX Pantos, KSA partner up to ship minerals from Indonesia

Korea Times 30 May 2024
KSA ships nearly 80 million tons of coal, nickel and other minerals every year with its bulk carriers. Their new joint venture plans to secure three barges this year to start shipping coal from an Indonesian mine.
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS: Why did Francisco Franco raze all the copies of the film Raza?

The Daily Mail 30 May 2024
Jaime, a priest, is killed by republicans ... Dr Lardner claimed no ship could carry sufficient coal to fuel the trip. Brunel responded by successfully building the vessel, which steamed into New York harbour in 1838 with 200 tons of coal to spare ... J ... .
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New report shows perils of air pollution persist nationwide

Phys Dot Org 29 May 2024
In Lamberts Point in Norfolk and the Southeast Community in Newport, coal dust spreads from open-top trains and mountains of coal waiting to be shipped ... The petition says that the coal ash damages ...
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Editorial: New report shows perils of air pollution persist nationwide

Daily Press 28 May 2024
In Lamberts Point in Norfolk and the Southeast Community in Newport, coal dust spreads from open-top trains and mountains of coal waiting to be shipped ... The petition says that the coal ash damages ...
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Key Bridge collapse: CSX resumes coal exports at Curtis Bay

Baltimore Sun 24 May 2024
The railroad kept the coal piers open and was able to resume some limited operations after ... Neither Baltimore terminal could export coal by oceangoing ships as long as the main channel remained closed.
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Adani coal imports case: Organisations write to CJI for speedy resolution

The Siasat Daily 24 May 2024
... of Indonesian coal imports ... The group also stated that the vessel cited in the report to have carried the coal in December 2013 had not been used for shipping coal from Indonesia before February 2014.
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BIMCO: Peak in China’s coal demand in sight as renewables jump 12%

SAFETY4SEA 23 May 2024
Dry bulk shipping has benefitted from weak hydro power and a 4% y/y decrease in Chinese coal mining, due to safety concerns ... Panamax and supramax ships would be most affected by a potential reduction in steam coal shipments into China.
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CSX to resume normal coal operations at port of Baltimore

SAFETY4SEA 23 May 2024
... received and loaded at CSX’s Curtis Bay coal terminal on 25th May. During the past ten days, the railroad resorted to loading coal on small ships utilizing smaller channels at the port, Hinrichs added.
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As China's Renewable Energy Soars, Coal Peak in Sight

MarineLink 23 May 2024
“Dry bulk shipping has benefitted from weak hydro power and a 4% y/y decrease in Chinese coal mining, due to safety concerns ... Panamax and supramax ships would be most affected by a potential reduction in steam coal shipments into China.
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Researchers capture unique pollution data following Key Bridge collapse

Phys Dot Org 23 May 2024
Large trucks, piles of coal, and the machinery used to power cranes and ships all contribute to particulate matter in the air and to pollution ... of ships and the new bridge is full of trucks and cars.
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Don't let rain stop you in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge! Check out these indoor activities

Knox News 23 May 2024
Many of the exhibits are interactive including shoveling coal in the boiler room, learn how to send an SOS distress signal, experiencing the sloping decks as the ship sank and reaching into 28-degree water.Tickets.
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The new Great Game

New Statesman 22 May 2024
Preoccupied with coal-fuelled railways, Mackinder missed the reality that oil-fuelled vehicles, such as ships and aeroplanes, would drive the military geopolitics of 20th-century Eurasia.
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Grown-up fun around the Smokies: Enjoy moonshine tasting, fast roller coasters and hiking

Oakridger 20 May 2024
Many of the exhibits are interactive, including shoveling coal in the boiler room, experiencing the sloping decks as the ship sank and reaching into 28-degree water.
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First World War and Imperialism. Dr. Jacques Pauwels

GlobalResearch 20 May 2024
As fuel for ships, coal was quickly being replaced by petroleum on account of its far greater efficiency. Albion had plenty of coal but did not have petroleum, not even in its colonies, at least not in sufficient quantities.
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Two-minute descent: Enlow Fork Mine tour offers rare glimpse into ‘underground city’

Observer-Reporter 19 May 2024
Exports now account for 60% of Consol’s market, and shipments overseas to India and other countries – the company has shipped coal to five different continents – have helped Consol weather the challenges facing the industry.
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