1 Port Holds the Keys to Asia for Many US Coal Companies
Teck Resources and Westshore Terminals are tied at the hip, to some degree -- it's a partnership that's working out for both companies right now.
No Coal Exporting Problems Here
Westshore Terminals isn't seeing a slowdown in demand for exported coal, expecting port throughput to increase by about 15% this year—That's good for Westshore, but is it a good sign for the coal industry?
Government Medling Could Determine 3 Companies' Futures
World demand for coal is set to increase as domestic demand looks likely to flat line—so why is it so hard to get coal out of the country?
Energy Poverty: Why Emerging Markets Love Coal
Over 1.3 billion people are without access to electricity according to the International Energy Agency: Their needs are being filled by coal.
This Coal and Gas Play Should Consider a Breakup
CONSOL Energy's natural gas operations are doing well while its coal division is struggling, and management is considering its alternatives.
Coal Growth Beyond China
China is the big growth story for coal, but it isn't the only one: Japan, India, and Europe also hold promise.
A Focused Play on Coal's Export Future
Westshore Terminals owns a shipping terminal in Canada through which domestic coal is increasingly starting its journey to other countries.