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Weekend Coal News

May 13, 2023

Wind and solar power myth has finally been exposed Click for full story Carbon capture on BD3 - successful by design More than eight years of operation have shown BD3 to be a story of continuous improvement and has proven the value of a first-generation CCS facility Click for full story Canada’s only underground coal mine back in production following fire Canada’s only underground coal mine is back in action following a fire in late April that renewed concerns around worker safety. Click for full story Canadian Labour Congress wants more ambitious climate goals from Ottawa Coal was a focus of the resolution aimed at tackling the climate crisis and ensuring a just transition for workers. It included opposition to expanding coal export facilities. Click for full story Trudeau government betting billions on uncertain technological breakthroughs In an effort to keep pace with the Biden administration, the Trudeau government has ramped up spending on greenhouse gas (GHG) control initiatives. Click for full story New catalyst could increase the value of captured carbon by turning it into acetic acid An international team has created a catalyst that transforms carbon monoxide derived from captured carbon into acetic acid. Click for full story

Montana coal production declines Production for 12 months ending in March totaled 28.1 million tons, down 871,000 tons Click for full story

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