The Asia Miner

APR-JUN 2019

The ASIA Miner - Reporting Important Issues to Mining Companies in the Asia Pacific Region

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T H E A S I A M I N E R CO N T E N T S DEPARTMENTS 68 Adverঞser's Index 33 Calendar of events 2 From the Editor 32 On the Move 63 Product News 68 Subscripঞon Form 33 Supplier News Are coal's days numbered? Tim Buckley from IEEFA examines coal's future prospects p. 22 Coal ash is proving one of Australia's biggest waste issues, but it's not all grim, p. 21 Research reveals challenges for women in mining, p. 8 Features 22 Coal: Are coal's days numbered? 18 Waste to Energy: We look at novel developments in mining and beyond that are turning "waste" into a commodity; and invesƟgate the issue if coal ash. Regional Focus: South East Asia & Indonesia 10 SE Asia, China and Pacific to dominant bauxite markets 11 ConstrucƟon of new coal downstreaming DME plant at Peranap 11 Six foreign-controlled miners to start divestments 12 Consumers should not pay the price for risky coal deals 14 Myanmar metals boasts world's largest primary lead resource at Bawdwin 16 Angkor pursues oil and gas opportuniƟes in Cambodia 17 Bass in three-pronged push to expand current Indonesian oil output and build broader Asian energy business Leading Developments 4 When tailing aren't just tailings 6 Underground CommunicaƟons Infrastructure Guidelines, Part III released 6 ICMM sets out to create an internaƟonal standard for tailing dams 7 Water, mining and the moon 8 Research reveals challenges for women in mining 9 CO2CRC to invesƟgate greenhouse gas emissions reducƟon in steel manufacturing Around the Region 27 Major gaps but encouraging signs in ESG reporƟng 28 Chinese regulators to limit use of green bonds for 'clean coal' projects 29 Marubeni's coal exit announcement a plus but increased commitment needed 30 Australia's north abounding in mineral potenƟal

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