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Kentucky Power Buys 160,000 St of Barge Coal From Blackjewel

The crushed, raw bituminous coal will be delivered starting January 1, 2019, and will continue through December 31.

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Andrew Wheeler: Trump Coal-Lobbyist EPA Nominee Says Climate Change 'Not the Greatest Crisis'

The former coal-lobbyist Donald Trump has tapped to officially take charge of the Environmental Protection Agency says that he does not believe climate change is a major crisis.

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$352.30 Million in Sales Expected for Consol Energy Inc This Quarter

Three analysts have made estimates for Consol Energy’s earnings, with the highest sales estimate coming in at $362.90 million and the lowest estimate coming in at $336.90 million.

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New York’s Plan to Kill Coal Is Already Boosting Power Prices

New York’s plan to put the state’s last coal-fired power plants out of business hasn’t even been approved yet and electricity is already trading like they’re shut.

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Germany's 2019 Hard Coal Imports Seen Rising After Mining Ends

Germany is expected to import 45 million tonnes of hard coal this year, up roughly 1.4 percent from 2018 despite mounting competition from renewable energy, as the closure of domestic mines reduces domestic supply, importers said on Friday.

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Australia: New South Wales Lowest-Paid Coal Miners Now the Highest After Landmark Enterprise Agreement

Casual workers at a New South Wales coal mine will be placed on permanent contracts after a landmark agreement between the mining union and the colliery's operator.

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Report Cites Economic Development Opportunities at Abandoned Coal Sites in Appalachia

A new report shows that with a little innovative thinking, there can be life after coal by re-purposing abandoned coal mine sites.

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Arch Coal Net Income Surges on Tax Benefit

Arch Coal on Tuesday reported an 80% surge in third-quarter net income to $123.2-million, or $6.10 a diluted share, helped by a $45.2-million tax benefit. The third-quarter net income compares with $68.4-million, or $2.83 a share, in the prior-year period

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