Case for Cumbrian mine ‘lies in tatters’ as questions surface over sulphur content of coal

Doubts were raised early on in the planning process about whether coking coal from the proposed Whitehaven mine in Cumbria can be used in the UK steel industry, weakening a key strand in the case in support of the mine’s consent, media reports have suggested.

by Conor McGlone

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