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This article was originally published in Issue 1, 2016 of American Coal magazine – read the full issue (and past issues) on the ACC website by Clicking Here Coal Supply: Will We Overcorrect? By: Andrew Moore, Platts According to … Continue reading
This article was originally published in Issue 1, 2016 of American Coal magazine – read the full issue (and past issues) on the ACC website by clicking here. —————- Where is Coal Demand Headed? By: Steve Piper, S&P Global Market … Continue reading
(Originally published in Issue 2, 2015 American Coal magazine, pg 42) By: Hans Daniels, Doyle Trading Consultants The coal industry is in decline. Total coal consumption in the U.S. has fallen rapidly since the high point of 1,128 mm tons … Continue reading
Salva Report is forecasting Indonesian coal production will be up by 7% (34 Mt) to 526Mt, and that approximately half of that new production will be consumed domestically. Click here to read the full Salva article.
By David A. Robinson, MBA, Robinson Consulting Group, LLC When I entered the coal industry in 1980, I quickly immersed myself in the world of mining production. I was intrigued with the prospect of applying the principles of my accounting … Continue reading
Despite a host of regulatory and economic pressures, the 25 top-producing Central Appalachian coal mines were able to increase production by 9.8% in Q4 of 2013 (compared to Q4 of 2012). U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration data analyzed by … Continue reading