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A War to End All Wars

Editor’s note: We welcome this guest post, discussing the “war on coal,” by Greg Walcher, author of “Smoking Them Out.” By Greg Walcher (originally published 04/17/15 & reprinted with permission) I attended a conference in April where a number of speakers … Continue reading

11. June 2015 by Jason Hayes
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Henry Hub: Gas prices spike to $8

The February 20th edition of the EIA Henry Hub spot price graph debunks the notion of imminently stable gas prices that ANGA CEO, Marty Durbin put forward in a blog post and video last week. The impact of the extreme cold … Continue reading

20. February 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Coal Leadership Advancement Seminar Series

The first Coal Leadership Advancement Seminar Series (CLASS) program was a success!! Thank you to everyone who joined us on June 26-28 at the The Magnolia Hotel in Downtown Denver Colorado. CLASS attendees enjoyed a diverse slate of presentations from … Continue reading

04. July 2012 by Jason Hayes
Categories: CCS, CCT, Coal Fundamentals, conference, Election 2012, Energy, Energy Trading, EPA, Jobs, Marketplace Information, Mining, NIMBY, Ports, Powder River Basin, Power Generation, presentations, Railroads, transmission, Utilities | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on Coal Leadership Advancement Seminar Series

PRB coals going further afield

I was reminded of the growing importance of the PRB region as I read this short post on the Pay Dirt Mining magazine blog. The post discusses the growing reach of PRB coals and how “PRB of eastern Wyoming and … Continue reading

05. October 2011 by Jason Hayes
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