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The Geological and Mining Law of Poland, effective since 1 January 2015, abolished previously-existing acreage granting schemes, notably the “open door” policy, and stipulates that a contract for exploration and production of hydrocarbons can only be awarded through a tender procedure. In accordance with t
Caveat emptor, the venerable Latin term denoting ‘buyer beware,’ apparently originates from ancient Roman real estate reports. It could be almost as applicable today for investment in the coal industry. Caveats look singularly apt, for instance, in the Mongolian metallurgical (met) sector, where an early stage recovery is in danger of being over-hyped
Playing football … with DOE’s proposal to reform competitive electricity markets. Friday Luminant asked ERCOT for permission to retire all three units at the Monticello coal-fired station. That could push the DOE plan into fast-forward. Don’t expect a decision from FERC about the proposal before winter. When one begins to peel, one finds a lot of onion. One co