Accumulated 10 months of the year 2015, Thong Nhat Coal Joint Stock Company achieved net revenue of VND 1,562 billion; meeting 90% of the year plan.
On Nov 26, in Hanoi, Vinacomin and Marubeni co-organized a seminar on introducing imported coal to Vinacomin’s customers.
On Nov 23, 2015, Vinacomin held a conference for accepting the theme “Study and proposal of the solutions for increasing the labor productivity and decreasing the coal production cost in Vinacomin”.
In November 18th 2015, Mr. Dang Thanh Hai - President &CEO of the Vinacomin Group hosted a meeting with Japan’s Hokkaido Friendship Parliamentary Alliance, led by Mr. Tsurube Isao on the working visit to Vietnam, at the Vinacomin Group Headquarters in Hanoi.
In November 17th 2015, Mr. Cao Quoc Hung - Deputy Minister of Viet Nam Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) led a delegation of the MOIT paid a visit to the Nhan Co Bauxite - Aluminum Project during his working session with the Central Highland provinces
World coal consumption has been dramatically falling in the last two years end since 2013, according to the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), it is on track to decline an additional 2% to 4% before the end of the year 2015.
An energy firm has announced plans to extract gas from under the waters of the Firth of Forth following a major coal find.
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.