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Terry M. Jarrett: Trump Administration Aims to Take Coal High-Tech

By Terry Jarrett Editorial Submission Williamson Daily News Coal is in the news again, thanks to the Trump Administration. But this time there’s a new wrinkle. The administration is aiming for a high-tech approach that could appeal to climate change … Continue reading

21. June 2018 by Terry Headley
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Coal Prices to Fire up as Heating Season Approaches

Staff Writer China Daily BEIJING — Coal prices in China may continue to rise during the upcoming heating season, despite the endeavors of regulators to stabilize them, due to strong demand and overcapacity reduction, experts said. “From now on to … Continue reading

28. September 2017 by Terry Headley
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EIA Says U.S. Electric Rates Up This Year on Higher Natural Gas Prices

By Jamison Cocklin EIA WASHINGTON, DC — Retail electricity rates for U.S. residential customers averaged 12.8 cents/kWh during the first half of this year, or about 3% more than the same period in 2016, an increase that was driven by … Continue reading

28. September 2017 by Terry Headley
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ENERGY DOMINANCE: Ukraine Just Got Its First Shipment of US Coal

By Tim Pierce Daily Caller WASHINGTON, DC — Ukraine received its first shipment of anthracite coal from the U.S. Wednesday, part of an $80 billion deal between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. This shipment carried 62,000 tons of the … Continue reading

28. September 2017 by Terry Headley
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Eroding Diversity in U.S. Power Grid Will Mean Greater Price Fluctuations, Higher Bills and Negative Impacts to Economy

New York (September 19, 2017) – The U.S. power grid is on track to lose cost effective power supply diversity, a trend that will raise the cost and variability of power bills and create negative macroeconomic impacts that would ripple … Continue reading

28. September 2017 by Terry Headley
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New Climate “Hero” China Building Hundreds of Coal Plants

By William F. Jasper                                        The New American The People’s Republic of China, the undisputed Pollution King of the world, is ramping … Continue reading

28. July 2017 by Terry Headley
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Coal projected to be US’ top generating fuel in 2017: EIA

Houston (Platts)– Coal is projected to provide the majority of US power generation in 2017, retaking the crown from natural gas, according to the US Energy Information Administration’s monthly Short Term Energy Outlook released Tuesday. The agency projects coal will … Continue reading

28. July 2017 by Terry Headley
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Whitewashing the Impact of Regulations on Coal

By Dan Byers US Chamber of Commerce The War on Coal is well and truly over, but a peculiar debate over its impact lingers on. Revisionist history is central to this debate, with some folks now suggesting that the coal … Continue reading

28. July 2017 by Terry Headley
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An Old Sheridan Coal Mine Shows Signs of Life

Heather Richards Star-Tribune (Feb 13, 2017)  Sheridan County hasn’t experienced active coal mining since the last coal operation ceased in the 1980s, though it was once a booming coal community peppered with company towns. That may soon change. Cloud Peak … Continue reading

23. February 2017 by Terry Headley
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Where Coal is Still King

By SALENA ZITO WAYNESBURG, Pa. — Two weeks after Derek Cisar’s wife gave birth to their son, the 36-year-old coal miner had to tell her he’d lost his job. “It wasn’t because there wasn’t any work,” he said, moments after emerging … Continue reading

23. February 2017 by Terry Headley
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