Coal Prep 2016

April 25-27, 2016
Kentucky Exposition Center
Louisville, KY
Email this page Print this page Bookmark this page

Conference

Quick Links
Floor Plan
Export
Print List
Print
Help
Help
Sessions
Advanced Search
My Sessions
 
10 Sessions
8:00 - 2:00 PM
Mon, Apr 25

Workshop 1: Introduction to Coal Preparation  

  • Room: C105
  • Type:   Workshop I
    This workshop is intended for equipment manufacturers, utility personnel, coal purchasers, new plant hires, chemical vendors, construction personnel, or other support staff, who would like to develop a better understanding of the basic principles of coal preparation. It will cover a broad range of topics including a review of coal  ...
    Barbara Arnold
    Presenter
    1:00 - 4:00 PM
    Mon, Apr 25
      Ensuring that a preparation plant is maximizing a mine’s profitability requires knowing how efficiently the major circuits in your plant are performing.. Properly designed plant testing allows a plant’s performance to be measured and the data needed to optimize the equipment and circuits. This workshop, presented by the largest coal  ...
      Michael Evans
      Presenter
      8:30 - 10:00 AM
      Tue, Apr 26
        Our world is beset with false ideas about energy.  Fear that energy use causes rising global pollution, climate destruction, and resource depletion forms the basis for college courses and many of our state and national energy policies.  But a review of scientific data and economic trends shows that these fears  ...
        Steve Goreham
        Keynote
        10:00 - 5:00 PM
        Tue, Apr 26
          Visit exhibitor sponsors and enter to win an all-terrain vehicle this year.
          11:30 - 1:00 PM
          Tue, Apr 26
            A sea of tables with timely topics to discuss with your peers. Tables are hosted by industry experts who moderate casual conversation on topics such as: Climate Science, IL Basin Updates, The Regulatory Landscape, Plant Performance Improvement and more. A minimum of 10 table topics will be offered.
            2:00 - 4:00 PM
            Tue, Apr 26
              Paper 1: Benefits of Extracting Critical Energy Elements from Coal Wastes While Lessening Environmental Impacts Authors: J. Ekmann and R. Dolence Abstract: Public sources suggest that a number of potentially valuable products might be extracted from coal-derived wastes. Although rare earth element (REE) concentrations are low in coal wastes, the distribution of rare  ...
              J. Eckmann
              Speaker
              Rick Honaker
              Speaker
              Gerald Luttrell
              Speaker
              Gary Meenan
              Chair(s)
              Aaron Noble
              Speaker
              5:00 - 6:00 PM
              Tue, Apr 26

              Cocktail Reception  

              • Type:   Events
                Rounding out the first day in the Exhibit Hall, join your colleagues for casual networking, finger-food and endless drinks. Local, live background music accompanies your exchanges. Always the most popular event at Coal Prep!
                8:30 - 10:00 AM
                Wed, Apr 27

                Technical Session 2: The Coal Legislative Landscape  

                • Room: C109
                • Type:   Technical Session II
                  Paper 1: THE CLEAN POWER PLAN (CPP) - An Attempt to End Coal-Fired Electricity in the United States Authors:  Dr. Bill Bissett, President of the Kentucky Coal Association and John Pippy, CEO of the Pennsylvania Coal Alliance Abstract:  As the Obama Administration’s so-called Clean Power Plan (CPP) finds itself under attack both  ...
                  Bill Bissett
                  Speaker
                  Steven Gardner
                  Speaker
                  John Pippy
                  Chair(s)
                  10:00 - 3:00 PM
                  Wed, Apr 27

                  ATV Sweepstakes  

                  • Type:   Events
                    Visit exhibitor sponsors and enter to win an all-terrain vehicle this year.
                    2:00 - 4:00 PM
                    Wed, Apr 27

                    Technical Session 3: Innovations in Coal Cleaning  

                    • Room: C109
                    • Type:   Technical Session III
                      Paper 1: Optimal Utilization of Dense Medium Cyclones Author:   Ernst Bekker, Product Specialist – Cyclones, Multotec Abstract: This paper will look at four factors impact the performance of dense medium cyclones: 1) Medium to Ore ratios – the effect of reduced ratios where increased tonnages is envisaged or where medium consumption is being  ...
                      Ernst Bekker
                      Speaker
                      Hunter Davis
                      Chair(s)
                      Gerald Luttrell
                      Speaker
                      Anthony Toney
                      Speaker
                      R.H. Yoon
                      Speaker
                       


                      Go back to top