Anthracite miners in South Africa, the world’s second-largest exporter, have been in a rush to fill global demand after war throttled production in Ukraine.
Though the anthracite industry in South Africa faces headwinds of supply glut and softening global prices, Petmin is a leading local producer which hopes to satisfy the projected 38 billion kilograms of global anthracite demand by 2026.
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