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Can metallurgical coal endure?

'May you live in interesting times' is an English expression allegedly translated from a Chinese curse meaning uninteresting times (stability and certainty) are positive while the converse suggests challenges are imminent. For coking coal, such a saying is particularly apt.

Dan Petrie

Dan Petrie

Data Analyst

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Can metallurgical coal endure?

'May you live in interesting times' is an English expression allegedly translated from a Chinese curse meaning uninteresting times (stability and certainty) are positive while the converse suggests challenges are imminent. For coking coal, such a saying is particularly apt.

Can metallurgical coal endure?

Coking coal is in for a marathon, not a sprint