On August 23, 2014, on the occasion of going on business in Quang ninh Mr. Nguyen Thien Nhan - Member of the Politburo, Chairman of Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee visited and worked with key leader of Vinacomin Group.
Put into operation in late 2013, Khe Cham III is a completely new coalmine which was designed and constructed by Vietnamese officers and workers. In the first six months of 2014, coal production in 14-5-1A pit of Khe Cham III coalmine reached over 135,000 tons, equal to 60.9 percent of the year’s...
“The province has recorded positive results in occupational health and safety (OHS) and fire prevention (FP) from local state agencies and businesses in recent times,” said Do Ngoc Hai, Deputy Head of the Quang Ninh’s Labor Union’s Department of Legal Policy.
Vietnam National Coal & Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited (Vinacomin) plans to adjust coal production from 34 million tons to 35 million tons, and coal consumption from 35 million tons to 35.5 million tons in 2014.
Since operations began in December 2013, the Lam Dong Aluminum-Bauxite Complex Project of the Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) has exported over 411,000 tonnes of alumina products.
The Port of Newcastle was Australia’s first commercial port with the export of coal in 1799. Since that time it has grown to be one of Australia’s major bulk export ports and the world’s largest coal export port. Over the years the port has grown to service its diverse trade base and now handles over 40 different types of commodities. The Port of Newcastle is recognised as a major strategic asset for the New South Wales economy. It is an important trading gateway handling over $17 billion in trade annually and generating employment for thousands of people both directly and indirectly
Due to its tremendous influence on the socio-economic life, the evaluation of the effectiveness of the mining sector is not only based on the contribution to the economic development, but also involves the negative impacts on the social life. In Vietnam, the mining industry is a key economic sector, accounting for a large proportion of GDP, and is also one of the industries that cause the most adverse impact on the environment and society.