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Metallurgical coal, also often referred to as coking coal, is used in steel manufacture.
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- Steve Labson, Peter Gooday, Gavan Dwyer and Andrew Manson, "Adoption of new steelmaking technologies", Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Canberra, Australia, February 24, 1994.
- Markus Hyvonen and Sean Langcake, "India’s Steel Industry", Reserve Bank of Australia, Bulletin March Quarter 2012.
- Jeanette Fitzsimmons, "Can We Make Steel Without Coal?", Coal Action Netrwork Aotearoa (New Zealand), April 24, 2013.