- Forbes•2 days ago
During the Obama administration, coal plants couldn't get built unless they could capture and bury the carbon they emitted. But under Trump, that standard may change to that they just need to be a lot cleaner and more efficient. Will consumers buy it?
- Reuters•29 days ago
Bankrupt U.S. coal producer Peabody Energy Corp, which is looking to sell assets in Australia, is seeking permission for Lazard Freres & Co LLC to provide merger and acquisition services for its foreign unit, according to court papers filed Thursday. Lazard has been serving as investment banker to Peabody since it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April, but the engagement did not cover merger and acquisition services, which the world's largest private-sector coal company said it now needs.
- Market Realist•last month
BHP Billiton’s metallurgical coal production rose 1.0% to 11.0 million tons, partly due to a 16.0% rise in volumes at Cerrejon, offset by a 15.0% fall in volumes at New South Wales.
BTU : Summary for Peabody Energy Corporation - Yahoo Finance