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UKRAINE-CRISIS/FACTORY
RTX1HUQ2
June 26, 2015
A coke plant is seen in the town of Avdiyivka near Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, June 23, 2015. Situated...
AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine
Coke plant is seen in the town of Avdiyivka near Donetsk, eastern Ukraine
A coke plant is seen in the town of Avdiyivka near Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, June 23, 2015. Situated close to the 'contact line' between Ukrainian government forces and well-armed rebels, the Avdiyivka Coking Plant outside the rebel-held regional capital, Donetsk, has been hit by about 230 rocket and artillery attacks since hostilities erupted over a year ago. The Avdiyivka plant, owned by industrial tycoon Rinat Akhmetov's Metinvest group, is one of Europe's biggest coking plants and provides the fuel for the steelmaking industry, itself a vital branch of Ukraine's economy. Picture taken June 23, 2015. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
CLIMATE-TALKS/
RTX157RI
November 10, 2013
General view of a coking plant in the city of Bytom Silesia November 22, 2012. The United Nations 19th...
Bytom, Poland
General view of a coking plant in the city of Bytom Silesia
General view of a coking plant in the city of Bytom Silesia November 22, 2012. The United Nations 19th Climate Change Conference (COP19) will take place November 11- 22, 2013 in Warsaw. The main goal of the talks with almost almost 200 nations assembled, is to lay the foundation for the new global climate agreement, aiming at further emission reduction, which is to be signed in 2015 in Paris and be launched in 2020. Photo taken November 22. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND Tags: - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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RTX12743
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator uses baby oil as he removes coal dust from his eyes following...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner removes coal dust from his eyes following his shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator uses baby oil as he removes coal dust from his eyes following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX12741
August 01, 2013
Miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman at the Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company and his wife Jolanta...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Miner Korneluk at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine and his wife pose for a photograph at their apartment in...
Miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman at the Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company and his wife Jolanta pose for a photograph at their apartment in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 4, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 4, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273Z
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Adam Korneluk washes off coal dust in a shower area following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner undresses following his shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie Zdroj
Coal miner Adam Korneluk washes off coal dust in a shower area following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273Y
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, undresses in the changing room following his shift at...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner undresses following his shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie Zdroj
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, undresses in the changing room following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273W
August 01, 2013
Miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, and his...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Miner Blasiak at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine and his wife pose for a photograph at their apartment in Jastrzebie...
Miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, and his wife Aneta pose for a photograph at their apartment in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 4, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 4, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273V
August 01, 2013
Miner Miroslaw Blasiak crosses the street outside his apartment block as he leaves for work at Zofiowka...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Miner Miroslaw Blasiak crosses the street outside his apartment block as he leaves for work at JSW's...
Miner Miroslaw Blasiak crosses the street outside his apartment block as he leaves for work at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273U
August 01, 2013
A miner wearing a protective breathing mask observes an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
A miner wearing a protective breathing mask observes an excavation corridor at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine...
A miner wearing a protective breathing mask observes an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 28, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 28, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273R
August 01, 2013
A group of miners secure a wall inside of an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
A group of miners secure a wall inside of an excavation corridor at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
A group of miners secure a wall inside of an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 28, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 28, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273Q
August 01, 2013
A group of miners pose for a photograph inside of an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
A group of miners pose for a photograph inside of an excavation corridor at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine...
A group of miners pose for a photograph inside of an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273O
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak (R) a combine operator checks an excavation wall at Zofiowka coal mine of...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner checks an excavation wall at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie Zdroj
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak (R) a combine operator checks an excavation wall at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273N
August 01, 2013
A miner with a head light stands inside an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
A miner with a head light stands inside an excavation corridor at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
A miner with a head light stands inside an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273M
August 01, 2013
Miners with head lights stand inside of an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Miners with a head light stands inside an excavation corridor at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Miners with head lights stand inside of an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 28, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 28, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273L
August 01, 2013
Miners get ready for their shift inside an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Miners get ready for their shift inside an excavation corridor at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Miners get ready for their shift inside an excavation corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 28, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 28, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273K
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Adam Korneluk (C) and his colleagues walk towards a mine shaft elevator as they begin their...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miners begin their shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie Zdroj
Coal miner Adam Korneluk (C) and his colleagues walk towards a mine shaft elevator as they begin their shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273J
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman puts on old fashion gaiters as he dresses to go down the mine in...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner puts on old fashion gaiters as he dresses to go down the mine at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine...
Coal miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman puts on old fashion gaiters as he dresses to go down the mine in the changing room at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273I
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Adam Korneluk (C) and his colleagues attend a briefing prior to their shift at Zofiowka coal...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miners attend briefing prior to their shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie Zdroj
Coal miner Adam Korneluk (C) and his colleagues attend a briefing prior to their shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273H
August 01, 2013
Coal miners Miroslaw Blasiak (R) combine operator and his foreman Adam Korneluk collect emergency breathing...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miners collect emergency breathing apparatus prior to their shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in...
Coal miners Miroslaw Blasiak (R) combine operator and his foreman Adam Korneluk collect emergency breathing apparatus prior to their shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273G
August 01, 2013
A group of miners use electric torches as they walk along a corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
A group of miners use electric torches as they walk along a corridor at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
A group of miners use electric torches as they walk along a corridor at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 25, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY HEADSHOT)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273F
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, puts on his working clothes in the changing room at...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner puts on his working clothes in changing room at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie Zdroj...
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, puts on his working clothes in the changing room at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273E
August 01, 2013
Coal miners Miroslaw Blasiak (L) combine operator and his foreman Adam Korneluk talk as they stand outside...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miners Blasiak and Korneluk stand outside of main entrance to JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Coal miners Miroslaw Blasiak (L) combine operator and his foreman Adam Korneluk talk as they stand outside of the main entrance to Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland April 3, 2013. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273D
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner Blasiak poses for a photograph following his shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 27, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY HEADSHOT)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX1273A
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner Blasiak poses for a photograph following his shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Coal miner Miroslaw Blasiak, a combine operator, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 27, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY HEADSHOT)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX12739
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner Korneluk poses for a photograph following his shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Coal miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 27, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY HEADSHOT)
POLAND-JSW/
RTX12738
August 01, 2013
Coal miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine...
JASTRZEBIE ZDROJ, Poland
Coal miner Korneluk poses for a photograph following his shift at JSW's Zofiowka coal mine in Jastrzebie...
Coal miner Adam Korneluk, a foreman, poses for a photograph following his shift at Zofiowka coal mine of the JSW coal mine company, in Jastrzebie Zdroj, southern Poland September 27, 2012. State-controlled JSW, the biggest coking coal producer in the European Union, risks making an unexpected net loss in the third quarter and remaining in the red for the full year due to slumping coal prices, its chief executive said August 1, 2013. The company had undertaken several steps to counter the fall in prices, aiming to lower costs by up to 200 million zlotys ($62 million) by the end of this year. JSW has cut capital investment and plans to cut labour costs further. The management board is negotiating with unions to freeze wages for a year and wants cut some employee benefits. TO GO WITH STORY POLAND-JSW/ Photo taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY HEADSHOT)
BRITAIN/
RTR32SFZ
May 29, 2012
Heated coke is transported to be quenched by water at the SSI steel plant at Redcar, northern England...
REDCAR, United Kingdom
Heated coke is transported to be quenched by water at the SSI steel plant at Redcar
Heated coke is transported to be quenched by water at the SSI steel plant at Redcar, northern England May 29, 2012. SSI Steel from Thailand took over the plant on February 24, 2011 after it had been closed by Tata steel. The blast furnace was relit on April 15 this year and the plant now employs 1800 workers and has produced and exported 136,000 tonnes of steel. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY EMPLOYMENT)
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RTR32SFW
May 29, 2012
Heated coke is transported to be quenched by water at the SSI steel plant at Redcar, northern England...
REDCAR, United Kingdom
Heated coke is transported to be quenched by water at the SSI steel plant at Redcar
Heated coke is transported to be quenched by water at the SSI steel plant at Redcar, northern England May 29, 2012. SSI Steel from Thailand took over the plant on February 24, 2011 after it had been closed by Tata steel. The blast furnace was relit on April 15 this year and the plant now employs 1800 workers and has produced and exported 136,000 tonnes of steel. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-POLLUTION/
RTR2YPQ0
March 02, 2012
Smoke billows from a coking factory in Hefei, Anhui province March 2, 2012. Pollution by particulate...
Hefei, China
Smoke billows from a coking factory in Hefei, Anhui province
Smoke billows from a coking factory in Hefei, Anhui province March 2, 2012. Pollution by particulate matter smaller than 2.5 micrometers in diameter (PM2.5) has been a hot topic on the Internet for months and is now set to be a hot topic at China's upcoming annual sessions of the National People's Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Congress (CPPCC) National Committee, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
POLAND/
RTR2O278
June 24, 2011
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice...
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O24M
June 24, 2011
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O24L
June 24, 2011
Miners await their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners await their shift at the Budryk Coal Minein Ornontowice
Miners await their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O24G
June 24, 2011
Miners work 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa)...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners work 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners work 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O24F
June 24, 2011
Miners prepare a safety barrier in case of a methane explosion in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners prepare a safety barrier in case of a methane explosion in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O24B
June 24, 2011
Miners pose for a photo in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners pose for a photo in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice...
Miners pose for a photo in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O249
June 24, 2011
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice...
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O245
June 24, 2011
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice...
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O243
June 24, 2011
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O23U
June 24, 2011
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O23R
June 24, 2011
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O23L
June 24, 2011
Miners leave a shaft elevator following their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners leave a shaft elevator following their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners leave a shaft elevator following their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O23F
June 24, 2011
Miners leave a shaft elevator following their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners leave a shaft elevator following their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners leave a shaft elevator following their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O239
June 24, 2011
A miner enters a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
A miner enters a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
A miner enters a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O235
June 24, 2011
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O230
June 24, 2011
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O22H
June 24, 2011
Miners walk towards the shaft elevator at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners walk towards the shaft elevator at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners walk towards the shaft elevator at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O22F
June 24, 2011
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice...
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O216
June 24, 2011
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice...
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O213
June 24, 2011
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners enter a shaft elevator as they begin their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O20V
June 24, 2011
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to JSW...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners work in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia. June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O20L
June 24, 2011
Miners leave a shaft elevator after their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to JSW (Jastrzebska...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
Miners leave a shaft elevator after their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice
Miners leave a shaft elevator after their shift at the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
POLAND/
RTR2O20A
June 24, 2011
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the...
ORNONTOWICE, Poland
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine in Ornontowice...
A miner works in the extraction gallery 900 meters underground in the Budryk Coal Mine belonging to the JSW (Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa) corporation in Ornontowice, Silesia June 22, 2011. JSW will debut on the stock exchange on July 6, 2011. Poland plans to sell up to a third of Europe's top coking coal producer as part of its privatization plans, and has set a price range of 114 to 146 zlotys per share. Picture taken June 22, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
COAL/
RTXTMOQ
October 20, 2010
A labourer rests at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata October 20, 2010. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA...
Kolkata, India
A labourer rests at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata
A labourer rests at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata October 20, 2010. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
COAL/
RTXTMOL
October 20, 2010
A labourer prepares food at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata October 20, 2010. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri...
Kolkata, India
A labourer prepares food at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata
A labourer prepares food at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata October 20, 2010. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
COAL/
RTXTMOK
October 20, 2010
A labourer works at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata October 20, 2010. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA...
Kolkata, India
A labourer works at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata
A labourer works at a wholesale coal shop in Kolkata October 20, 2010. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-CLIMATE/
RTXSXL9
October 02, 2010
Smoke billows from a chimney at a coking factory in Hefei, Anhui province October 2, 2010. China's goals...
Hefei, China
Smoke billows from a chimney at a coking factory in Hefei
Smoke billows from a chimney at a coking factory in Hefei, Anhui province October 2, 2010. China's goals to slow greenhouse gas growth will be tough and costly, the nation's top climate change official said on Wednesday, presenting an absolute cap and major carbon market in the world's top emitter as distant plans. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
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Oddly Enough
Swimming Pool Next to Coking Plant in Germany – 30 Jul 2008
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NIPPONSTEEL-HEAT
RTR1Y4ZT
March 11, 2008
Burning coke, which will be combined with iron ore, is transported to a heat recovering system at the...
KIMITSU, Japan
To match feature NIPPONSTEEL-HEAT
Burning coke, which will be combined with iron ore, is transported to a heat recovering system at the Nippon Steel Corp. Kimitsu steel mill in Kimitsu, Japan, near Tokyo, February 6, 2008. Nippon Steel is the world's second biggest steel producer, producing 32 million tonnes a year, a large proportion of which is used by Japanese automakers. To match feature NIPPONSTEEL-HEAT REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
CHINA/
RTR1KFFZ
December 15, 2006
Labourers unload coke, a smokeless fuel commonly used for domestic heating, at a freight railway station...
Wuhu, China
Labourers unload coke at a freight railway station in Wuhu
Labourers unload coke, a smokeless fuel commonly used for domestic heating, at a freight railway station in Wuhu, east China's Anhui province December 15, 2006. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
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