ENVIRONMENT

Coal demand to reach 8.5Bt

GLOBAL demand for coal should rise by 1.4% in 2023, surpassing 8.5 billion tonnes for the first time, according to the International Energy Agency.

Demand in emerging and developing economies remains very strong.

Demand in emerging and developing economies remains very strong.

The global increase masks stark differences among regions, it said in its Coal 2023 report. "Consumption is on course to decline sharply in most advanced economies in 2023, including record drops in...

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