Latest News for: Coal ships

Edit

Op-Ed: What China’s dangerous coal relapse means for the rest of the world

The Los Angeles Times 01 Aug 2021
The country today generates 53% of the world’s coal-fired power ... Whether China can free itself from its decades-old addiction to coal will determine not just its own environmental future but also Earth’s prospects in the face of the gathering climate crisis ... Coal consumption, which had decreased each year from 2014 to 2016, has since risen steadily.
Edit

Transworld Group plans to double fleet within next two to three years

Business Line 01 Aug 2021
The Dubai-based Transworld Group (an Indian-owned family business in shipping) has expanded its fleet with the acquisition of four dry bulk ships in the last six months ... In some cases, the ships will also carry salt and coal from the major exporting locations in Australia and Indonesia into China, he said.
Edit

Pipeline's plan to offset greenhouse gas emissions questioned by environmentalists

The Roanoke Times 31 Jul 2021
The company will spend at least $150 million over the next 10 years on carbon offsets, which will be used to construct a massive methane abatement system at a coal mine in far Southwest Virginia ... Curbing methane from coal mines ... Metallurgical mines produce coal that is often shipped overseas and used in the manufacture of steel.
Edit

Australia prevents Reef from being listed as in danger due to climate change ... for now

Business Day 31 Jul 2021
Thermal coal is one of the country’s biggest exports, but so too are tourism and agriculture, which will also suffer as the world warms. Foreigners are always shocked that some of Australia's biggest coal and liquid natural gas ports are on the lagoon of the GBR. Their ships sail right through it to get to market.
Edit

32 Degrees Men's Hybrid Board Shorts: 2 for $23.98 + free shipping w/ $32

CNET 29 Jul 2021
Bag two pairs for less than half the list price of a single pair. Buy Now at 32 Degrees. Tips. They're available in three colors (Coal Gray pictured). Shipping adds $5 or is free with orders over $32 ... .
Edit

Shiping activity at Port Qasim

Urdu Point 29 Jul 2021
Berths were engaged by eleven ships to load/offload Containers, Cement, Coal, Soya bean, Chemicals, Petroleum gas, Natural gas, Palm oil and Furnace oil, out of them, two ships, Container vessel 'Seamax Greenwich' and Edible oil carrier 'Solman Hebe' sailed out to sea on Thursday ...
Edit

Cochin Shipyard launches five vessels at one go

Business Line 29 Jul 2021
The vessels launched include three Floating Border Outpost Vessels (FBOP) for the Border Security Force and two 8000 DWT Mini General Cargo Ships for JSW Shipping & Logistics ... These ships will be used for transportation of dry bulk cargo such as coal, iron ore, dolomite, and limestone.
Edit

Shipping Activity at Port Qasim

Urdu Point 28 Jul 2021
PQA berths were engaged by ten ships to load/offload Containers, Cement, Coal, Soya bean, Chemicals, Palm oil and Mogas, out of them, three ships, Kiran Bosphorus, Tivoli Park and Sea Helios are expected to sail from PIBT, EVTL and FOTCO on Wednesday (today) in the afternoon.
Edit

Parched villages in India coal-mining hubs hunt for scarce water

Al Jazeera 28 Jul 2021
As in so many parts of coal-rich Ramgarh district in Jharkhand state, mining of the polluting fossil fuel has sucked much of the water from once-plentiful sources ... As in countless other villages in India’s coal mining hubs, Pundi’s residents must dig deeper, tap nearby rivers or buy water shipped in by tankers to tackle worsening water scarcity.
Edit

On the water: Ships in New Jersey, Philly and Delaware offer more than history

Burlington County Times 28 Jul 2021
Whether you want to set sail on a Tall Ship, learn about military history or just enjoy dinner “on the water,” opportunities abound in the waters surrounding New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, which are home to many vintage and military ships ... The ship, which once hauled coal and other cargo around the world, now sits at 401 S.
Edit

Top Reopening Penny Stocks to Buy in August 2021? 3 to Watch

PennyStocks 28 Jul 2021
SHIP) Meten EdtechX Education Group Ltd ... SHIP) ... This is the result of the increased attention toward the shipping industry and higher demand for the goods that it ships worldwide ... The main products that Seanergy transports are iron ore and coal, however, it also ships a large variety of other dry bulk goods.
Edit

China denies imposing unofficial ban on commercial ships with Indian crew bound for Chinese portsBeijing ...

Deccan Herald 27 Jul 2021
A ship named "Jag Anand" with 23 crew members, after a six-month-long wait to unload its Australian coal cargo, last year had to travel to a Japanese port to change the stranded crew following refusal by Chinese officials citing Covid-19 protocols. Another ship named MV Anastasia ...
Edit

China denies imposing ban on ships with Indian crew

The Telegraph India 27 Jul 2021
A ship named "Jag Anand" with 23 crew members, after a six-month-long wait to unload its Australian coal cargo, last year had to travel to a Japanese port to change the stranded crew following refusal by Chinese officials citing Covid-19 protocols. Another ship named MV ...
Edit

India’s villages left parched by coal mining

Business Day 27 Jul 2021
As in so many parts of coal-rich Ramgarh district in Jharkhand state, mining of the polluting fossil fuel has sucked much of the water from once-plentiful sources ... As in countless other villages in India's coal mining hubs, Pundi's residents must dig deeper, tap nearby rivers or buy water shipped in by tankers to tackle worsening water scarcity.
Edit

Parched villages in coal-mining hubs hunt for waterMining experts said water scarcity in coal-rich areas ...

Deccan Herald 27 Jul 2021
As in so many parts of coal-rich Ramgarh district in Jharkhand, mining of the polluting fossil fuel has sucked much of the water from once-plentiful sources ... As in countless other villages in India's coal mining hubs, Pundi's residents must dig deeper, tap nearby rivers or buy water shipped in by tankers to tackle worsening water scarcity.
×