Teck Resources expects 2010 coal output to rise as much as 25%
Dec 08, 2009 | 08:07 AM
| Scott Robertson
Teck Resources Ltd. expects coal production to be as much as 25 percent higher next year than in 2009, based in part on its ability to execute expansion plans.
In guidance for 2010 issued Tuesday, Vancouver, British Columbia-based Teck said it expects coal production for the year to be in a range of 23.5 million to 25 million tonnes, up as much as 25 percent from an anticipated 20 million tonnes this....
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