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Coal delay is a sign of Australia's growing China dilemma

Coal delay is a sign of Australia's growing China dilemma

Australia must pick its battles carefully.

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Business or politics? China's coal cut kills two birds with one stone
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Business or politics? China's coal cut kills two birds with one stone

China's brake on Australian coal imports is sending a clear message to Canberra, whilst also propping up China's own coal producers.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
How the Church of England led the climate push on miner Glencore
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How the Church of England led the climate push on miner Glencore

The Church of England says it is sensitive to the effects its bid to force Australia's largest miner Glencore to extracting less coal will have on the Australian economy, but it was necessary.

  • by Latika Bourke
Labor turns up the heat on union over coal
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Labor turns up the heat on union over coal

NSW Labor has doubled down on its opposition to the controversial Wallarah 2 coal mine proposal following pressure from the powerful union that represents coal miners.

  • by Anna Patty
Miners may struggle to find buyers in the face of Chinese coal crunch
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Miners may struggle to find buyers in the face of Chinese coal crunch

Ongoing uncertainty around China's decision to restrict Australian coal entering the Port of Dalian has raised concerns that BHP, Glencore and Peabody Energy may have to scramble to find buyers for any unwanted coal.

  • by Cole Latimer and Yan Zhuang
'I don't think it's a mess': Treasurer Jackie Trad defends Adani process
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'I don't think it's a mess': Treasurer Jackie Trad defends Adani process

It comes after Queensland's Resources Investment Commissioner said the Adani approvals process could take up to two years.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
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China confirms ban of Australian coal imports
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China confirms ban of Australian coal imports

Customs at China's northern port of Dalian has banned imports of Australian, an official at Dalian Port Group has told Reuters.

Mining rivals deride Glencore's coal pledge as 'brilliant PR exercise'
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Mining rivals deride Glencore's coal pledge as 'brilliant PR exercise'

Australia's largest coal miner Glencore's decision to cap its global coal production on climate change grounds has been dismissed by other coal miners as a public relations exercise dressed up as climate change awareness.

  • by Cole Latimer
Union plays down Glencore's decision to cap coal production
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Union plays down Glencore's decision to cap coal production

Mining giant Glencore's announcement it would cap its global coal output could lead to a short-term boost in coal prices.

  • by Felicity Caldwell
What's good for the world, is good for Glencore and its coal profits
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Ivan Glasenberg

What's good for the world, is good for Glencore and its coal profits

Ivan Glasenberg is no altruist. Anti-coal lobbyists may be euphoric about Glencore's cap on coal production, but it's even better news for shareholders.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Australia's biggest coal miner moves to cap global output
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Australia's biggest coal miner moves to cap global output

Glencore will limit its global coal mining production at current levels after pledging to no longer invest in new coal operations.

  • by Cole Latimer