Walter Energy slashes Willow Creek coal output
Mar 28, 2013 | 10:48 AM
| Daisy Tseng
SINGAPORE Walter Energy Inc. has decided to curtail production at its Willow Creek metallurgical coal mine in British Columbia in April, impacting about 250 employees.
"The current price environment for met coal dictated that we curtail production at Willow Creek in order to ensure we generate a sufficient economic return in mining the high-quality met coal reserves at the site," chief executive officer Walter Scheller said in a statement. ....
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