Category Archives for Producers
(17 November 2016) Despite persistent challenges, the outlook for the North American coal industry has been revised to stable from negative, Moody’s Investors Service said in a new report. A combination of fourth quarter 2016 metallurgical coal benchmark prices settling … Continue reading
In a recent piece, Luke Popovich of NMA appeals to our presidential candidates: This is an open letter to Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton. If there’s any good news for coal these days, it’s that you both have promised … Continue reading
By: Laura Mojonnier, Argus Media Washington, 11 August 2016 — The US coal sector must rehabilitate its public image and gain bipartisan support for fossil fuels in Congress if a more favorable regulatory environment is ever to be achieved, … Continue reading
As the Presidential Conventions get underway, it’s good to know Americans support a balanced energy mix including 21st century coal
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By Jason Hayes In the previous issue of American Coal magazine, I argued “Fossil Fuel Producers Must Begin to Work Together.” I discussed how important it was for energy producers to recognize the common threat we face from … Continue reading
A new study by Energy Ventures Analysis has found that the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) will add $214 Billion to wholesale electricity prices by 2030. This is the second study this month that has predicted significant new costs for … Continue reading
The Institute for Energy Research takes a look at the potential extension of the production tax credit for the wind energy industry in their new report “The Case Against the Wind PTC.” Some highlights of the report findings. A two-year … Continue reading
Great video from the Count on Coal Facebook page. This video has clips of Congressman Andy Barr, Congressman Steve Daines & others speaking about the value of coal to this country and its workers. Be sure to share this around!
Some coverage from last week’s @americancoal conference: US #coal producers continuing push to grow global footprint bit.ly/ZmJqcJ — Mike Niven (@mike_niven) March 18, 2013
U.S. Longwall production grew by 6.4 % in 2012. coal.epubxp.com/i/110818/5 #coal #mining #longwall — Steve Fiscor (@SteveFiscor) March 5, 2013