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News in Brief Issue 06_2022

Visible changes at the Lohberg site

At the future central Lohberg dewatering site of RAG Aktiengesellschaft, Essen/Germany, in Dinslaken, both the rehabilitation of the shaft frame and the development of the site area are showing visible progress (Figure 1). In order to strengthen the double trestle, which is a listed building, reinforcement measures in the steel skeleton are necessary for structural reasons. In order to be ...

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STEAG returns 2.5 GW additional power plant capacity to the market

STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, is returning both its hard coal fired power plants Bexbach and Weiher in Saarland from the grid reserve to the market. With a net rated capacity of 726 MW, the Bexbach power plant (Figure 1) is the largest STEAG plant in Germany, it’s sister power plant in Weiher has a capacity of 656 MW. Together, both power ...

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STEAG sells shares in foreign power plant

STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, sells a large part of the shares in its power plant on the Philippine island of Mindanao. The buyer is co-shareholder Aboitiz Power Corp (APC). STEAG had already announced last year that it wanted to sell its stake and initiated a sales process. As part of this process, Aboitiz has now exercised its right of first refusal. ...

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STEAG cooperation with ADNOC pays off

Part of the demonstration deliveries of carbon-reduced ammonia agreed in spring between the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and various German energy and chemical companies has arrived in Hamburg; the tranche destined for STEAG GmbH, Essen/Germany, will follow timely. Representatives of ADNOC, STEAG and other companies as well as government representatives of the United Arab Emirates and the Federal ...

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Control flight on the coking plant: Research Center of Post-Mining sends drones to search for damage

Drone pilot Bodo Bernsdorf sees the world through different eyes. When he lets his special copter soar high above the grounds of the Zollverein coking plant in Essen/Germany, he not only encounters the chimneys and pipelines at flying height – he also finds damaged areas that are not even visible to the naked eye (Figure 1). The drone’s high-resolution images ...

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Clausthaler at the head of the Societät der Bergbaukunde

Prof. Oliver Langefeld has been elected as the new president of the worldwide academic institution “Society of Mining Professors/Societät der Bergbaukunde” in Windhoek/Namibia (Figure 1). A larger delegation from the Institute of Mining at TU Clausthal University, Clausthal-Zellerfeld/Germany, spent a week in Namibia’s capital Windhoek in September at the 32nd annual meeting of the Society of Mining Professors (SOMP). In ...

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bauma 2022: Construction machinery industry highly satisfied

From the number of visitors from Germany and abroad to the weather, bauma 2022 was a complete success. With this result, the industry is setting an example against the general negative economic trend. This is not to hide existing difficulties such as supply chain problems, skills shortages, rising prices and inflation, but solutions are available. Many manufacturers used the show ...

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