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Polish Coal Miner PNG Coal Output to Decline in 2020

Coal News - Published on Fri, 14 Feb 2020

Image Source: Polish Coal Miner PNG
Reuters reported that Poland's biggest mining company PGG expects coal output to fall to between 29.6 million and 29.7 million tonnes this year from more than 30 million last year as demand has dipped partly due to a warm winter. A PGG spokesman said coal sales had dipped mainly due to a warmer-than-normal winter, driving down demand for the fuel used for heating, and because of the electricity imports.

PGG has built up a stockpile of 2.8 million tonnes of coal compared to none at the same point last year.

Poland generates most of its electricity from coal but use of the polluting fuel in power production has been gradually decreasing due to rising imports of electricity and falling power consumption.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Fri, 14 Feb 2020
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