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Coal use growing around the world

While coal has lost market share in the U.S. due to a mix of low gas prices and extreme, anti-coal regulation, Rob Nikolewski’s recent Watchdog.org article  shows how coal use is growing rapidly around the world. “Coal remained the fastest-growing fossil … Continue reading

22. July 2015 by Jason Hayes
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Arch Coal comments on EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Arch Coal’s December 1st news release is a poignant reminder about the potential for economic, social, and environmental damage locked into the EPA’s so-called Clean Power Plan. It is well worth it to reprint the majority of this news release … Continue reading

01. December 2014 by Jason Hayes
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This is getting to be a habit with the renewable industry

It seems that admitting renewable energy simply can’t compete without massive infusions of taxpayer dollars, or regulatory/legislative mandates is getting to be a habit for renewable advocates. They are clearly making these statements in defense of their attempts to stop … Continue reading

16. May 2013 by Jason Hayes
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EPA Asst. Administrator states EPA regs impact coal’s competitiveness

EPA Assistant Administrator for the Office of Air and Radiation, Gina McCarthy openly states – under questioning from Energy and Commerce Chairman, Ed Whitfield – that EPA regulations are having a direct impact on the ability of the coal industry … Continue reading

02. July 2012 by Jason Hayes
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