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According to the World Coal Association, ##, ## Mt hard coal and ## Mt lignite coal are produced globally.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Precious Metal
  • Hitachi, Ltd.
  • Komatsu Ltd.

Class C fly ash is produced by burning lignite, whereas Class F fly ash is produced by burning anthracite and bituminous coal.

  • Concrete
  • Concrete Admixture
  • Manufacturing
  • Market Size
  • Arkema S.A.

Poland is the world' s ##th largest producer of hard coal.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Europe
  • World
  • Danfoss Group

It is produced by burning anthracite and bituminous coal and requires cementing agents, such as Portland cement or lime, to produce cementitious compounds.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Market Size
  • Boral Limited
  • CEMEX, Inc.

It also has major reserves of anthracite, hard coal, natural gas, and crude oil.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Precious Metal
  • Komatsu Ltd.
  • Liebherr Group

It is produced by burning anthracite and bituminous coal.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Precious Metal
  • World
  • AB Volvo

For instance, Jincheng Anthracite Mining Group in Shanxi Province (which has one of the richest coal mine methane resource in China) has established several green industrial chains for the mining waste treatment.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Precious Metal
  • World
  • Market Size

A major proportion of the country' s electricity supply is based on renewables such as wind, water, biomass, and PV, while other sources include hard coal and nuclear energy.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Market Size
  • Ballard Power Systems Inc.
  • Schneider Electric SA

It has some coal reserves (##, ## tons of bituminous and anthracitic coal); however, these are not being currently exploited.

  • Manufacturing
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Precious Metal
  • Market Size
  • Kemira Group