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China Will Close 1,000 Mines

first_imgChina Will Close 1,000 Mines FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享From Reuters:China will aim to close more than 1,000 coal mines over this year, with a total production capacity of 60 million tonnes, as part of its plans to tackle a price-sapping supply glut in the sector, the country’s energy regulator said.China is the world’s top coal consumer but demand has been on the wane as economic growth slows and the country shifts away from fossil fuels in order to curb pollution.In a notice posted on its website on Monday, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said the closures would form part of the plan released earlier this month to shut as much as 500 million tonnes of surplus production capacity within the next three to five years.China to close more than 1,000 coal mines in 2016: energy bureaulast_img read more

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Broncos needs help on offense and defense in free agency

first_imgBroncos needs help on offense and defense in free agency NEEDS: Broncos need to restock on both sides of ball. On offense that starts with line but they also have needs at wide receiver and running back, and could use another tight end. On defense, they’re looking at bolstering linebackers corps and line. They traded for CB A.J. Bouye, which leads Chris Harris Jr. to figure he’s as good as gone after nine stellar seasons in Denver, and they franchise-tagged Simmons.AVAILABLE SALARY CAP SPACE (approximately): $35 million. ___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Associated Press March 17, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDENVER BRONCOS (7-9)UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: S Justin Simmons (franchise tagged), CB Chris Harris Jr., DE Derek Wolfe, G Ronald Leary, DT Shelby Harris, C Connor McGovern, S Will Parks, RB Theo Riddick, LS Casey Kreiter, DE Adam Gotsis, DE Billy Winn, CB Cyrus Jones, OLB Jeremiah Attaochu, ILB Corey Nelson, RB Devontae Booker, S Dymonte Thomas, RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: CB DeVante Bausby, RT Elijah Wilkinson, OLB Joe Jones, DE Mike Purcell, QB2 Brandon Allen, WR Tim Patrick, CB Davontae Harris, S Trey Marshall, WR-KR Diontae Spencer, T Jake Rodgers, last_img read more

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Taylor, Nicholls put New Zealand in control

first_img(ESPNCricinfo) – Over the last year across formats, Ross Taylor has often consumed too many deliveries to kick his innings into gear. He had made 12 off 32 after weathering a testing first evening, but in favourable batting conditions on the second day,Taylor’s positive intent was evident from the outset. He added 54 off 74 balls to carry New Zealand to 181 for 3, a lead of 47, at lunch on the second day at the Basin Reserve.When he defended, he did with soft hands, looking for singles either side of the wicket. When West Indies’ seamers offered width, he slashed behind point and drove through cover. Sunny overhead conditions offering no lateral movement aided his strokeplay.When West Indies switched to using the short ball as a tactic, just like New Zealand had done on the first day, Taylor took on the pull, albeit with middling success. He scored 20 runs through third man, 19 through cover and 13 behind square on the leg side, those three areas producing 79% of his runs.Henry Nicholls, a naturally attacking player, too found his fluency immediately. He opened his account with a flick behind square for four off his first delivery. He did leave well thereafter, waiting for West Indies to stray into his pads to accumulate his runs.Kemar Roach produced West Indies’ only wicket of the morning with an unplayable delivery. Bowling from around the wicket in the 48th over, he got one to pitch outside leg and jag away prodigiously off the seam.On 42, Raval, prodding from the crease, didn’t account for as much movement and edged behind. An inch shorter and the ball would have beaten the edge. An inch fuller and Raval would have got behind the line.The bowlers lacked the discipline thereafter, conceding seven no-balls, and giving New Zealand several boundary-hitting options. All it did was put them all but out of the Test.last_img read more

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