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Coal may surpass natural gas as most common electricity generation fuel this winter

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Short-Term Energy Outlook, November 2016 After declining for several months, the share of U.S. electricity fueled by coal is expected to slowly begin growing when compared to the same period last year. In contrast, the … Continue reading

29. November 2016 by Terry Headley
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American Coal Council Welcomes Opportunity to work with President-elect Trump on the Future for Coal

  WASHINGTON, DC  November 9, 2016– The American Coal Council congratulates President-elect Donald Trump on his victory in yesterday’s presidential election. President-elect Trump knows the strategic importance of energy in America. This includes our abundant coal resources, larger than those … Continue reading

09. November 2016 by Terry Headley
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Rise in ‘met’ coal welcome change

http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/rise-in-met-coal-welcome-change/article_a8c663ca-34b3-51ea-9126-a30e8c50766d.html By Fred Pace, Huntington Herald-Dispatch A recent upturn in the price of metallurgical coal is expected to spark new production and some additional employment in at least one smaller part of the beleaguered Appalachian coal industry. But how long … Continue reading

11. October 2016 by Terry Headley
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EPA Clean Power Plan will add $214 Billion to Wholesale Electricity Prices

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

30. November 2015 by Jason Hayes
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New England energy prices ‘skyrocketing’

We have all heard the quotes and predictions before, as elected officials plainly stated that under their plans to restrict carbon-based forms of energy, electricity prices would “necessarily skyrocket.” As this mid-December NY Times article clearly shows, New Englanders are now … Continue reading

02. January 2015 by Jason Hayes
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American energy security another victim of EPA CO2 regs

Here’s one more article pointing out the high and unintended costs of the EPA’s pending GHG regulations. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce blog describes (from a variety of reports) how prices across the nation could increase by 6%-7%, or even as … Continue reading

30. September 2014 by Jason Hayes
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A German coal binge

Most people just don’t know that Germany, the darling of the European renewables industry, is in the middle of a massive build-up of its coal-fueled generation fleet. Some, as this WSJ author does, might call it a “coal binge.” Berlin’s … Continue reading

30. September 2014 by Jason Hayes
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New York coal proposal proves that energy prices matter

As a comment by Steve Everley on my LinkedIn profile recently noted, While Cuomo and his team speculate about hypotheticals, people in the real world need affordable energy. Steve then provided a link to this CapitalNewYork.com article, “A sign of a coal comeback … Continue reading

30. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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ACC CEO discusses MATS rule

ACC CEO Betsy Monseu was quoted in a recent FoxNews.com article on the EPA’s impending Mercury and Air Toxics Rule (MATS). EPA’s MATS rules, which go into effect in January 2016, will devastate coal production in America and force many … Continue reading

12. May 2014 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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