Energy Resources

An energy resource is something that can produce heat, power life, move objects, or produce electricity. Matter that stores energy is called a fuel. Most of the energy we use today come from fossil fuels, Coal is one of the fossil fuel and the most abundant and burned energy resource.


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Coal is a combustible sedimentary rock with a high amount of carbon and hydrocarbons which are formed in layers of coal beds. Carbon is the main element of coal, while other essential components consist of nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen and sulphur.

Glenmex hosts the world’s most comprehensive organization for coal trade since the establishment. We source and transport bulk measure of coal from Indonesia, South Africa, Columbia, Australia, USA, Russia and Mozambique. We are a competent trading partner in the South African market and focus on different regions of the global market including China, Pakistan, Middle East, Turkey, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South East Asia and Africa.


Thermal coal: Also known as steam coal, is used for power and heat generation. We supply Thermal Coal ranging from 3500 GAR to 7000 GAR.

Anthracite: A hard, compact variety of coal that has a sub metallic lustre. It bears the highest carbon content and least impurities among all major types of coal.

Petroleum coke: The solid non-volatile carbon residue left after the refinement of petroleum. It is used as a source of energy, or as a source of carbon for industrial usage.

Metallurgical Coal: Used in the process of creating coke necessary for iron and steel-making. We supply Metallurgical Coal to vast industries across geographies.