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Bureau of Land Management Issues Favorable EIS for Utah Coal Project

The move on the Alton Coal Tract was greeted with enthusiasm by local officials eager to see economic development, and was roundly criticized by environmentalists who say the mining would threaten nearby Bryce Canyon National Park.

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World Coal Association Comments on the IEA's 2018 World Energy Investment Report

The report looks at how investment decisions made today will determine energy supply and demand capacity tomorrow.

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Bridgestone Investing $12 Million, Adding Jobs in Illinois

The Bridgestone Americas tire plant at 1600 Fort Jesse Road in Normal, which employs about 400 workers, will add 30 employees through a $12 million investment, the company announced Tuesday.

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Kim Jong Un Visits Machine Factory of Ranam Coal-Mining Machine Complex

He acquainted himself with the production of the factory, going round the room for education in the revolutionary history, sci-tech learning space, machine assembling ground and other places of the factory.

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First Phrase of Ohio's New Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area Opens

The park comes from the more than 60,000-acre ReCreation Land, former coal mining land that was reclaimed for outdoor recreation and made available to the public for free.

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DOE Launches New Lab Partnering Service

DOE has officially launched the Lab Partnering Service, an on-line, single access point platform for investors, innovators, and institutions to identify, locate, and obtain information from DOE’s 17 national laboratories.

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Famous Scottish Football Team Seeks Funds to Return to the Glory Days

Ever since the founding of Cowdenbeath Football Club in 1881, the links with the coal mining industry have been very strong. The town of Cowdenbeath itself grew out of the coal boom in the late 19th century and its famous football club did likewise.

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Cowdenbeath FC in the Heart of the Fife Coalfield, Scotland

This is the fourth in a series of articles about Cowdenbeath FC, the home of “The Miners”, located in Fife, Scotland, who are seeking support from members of the United States coal industry.

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