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Efforts Underway to Upgrade Remediation at Eagle Mine Site, Colorado

February 18, 2019

In a valley where developable sites are highly sought after, the prospect of several hundred acres of vacant land located adjacent to existing community resources seems like a proverbial “too good to be true” deal. In many ways, that is

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Calista Corp. Protests NOVAGOLD’s Donlin Gold Project, Alaksa

February 18, 2019

More than 130 shareholders of Calista Corp. are protesting a massive open-pit gold mine proposed in western Alaska. The group of shareholders, all women, sent a letter to the Alaska Native corporation, citing concerns about how the Donlin Gold Mine

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Coal Mine Operator in W. Va. Agrees to Pay Over $1 Million in Back Wages, Damages

February 18, 2019

A West Virginia coal mine operator has agreed to pay $1,435,028 in back wages and damages, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The judgment, decided by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia, requires the

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Arch Coal Commences Development Work on Its New Leer South Longwall Mine, West Virginia

February 15, 2019

Arch Coal has commenced development of a new, world-class longwall mine in Barbour County, West Virginia, that will produce an estimated three million tons of premium, High-Vol A coking coal annually for sale into an undersupplied global marketplace.     

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After Merger With Randgold, Barrick Picks Up Speed as New Executive Teams Get Down to Business

February 15, 2019

Barely six weeks after its merger with Randgold, Barrick is making good progress in achieving its short-term priority goals as well as its full year objectives. CEO Mark Bristow, who has already visited most of the group’s operations in the

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United States Steel Restarts of Construction of Electric Arc Furnace, Alabama

February 15, 2019

United States Steel Corporation has restarted construction on a technologically advanced electric arc furnace (EAF) steelmaking facility at its Tubular Operations in Fairfield, Alabama, located in Jefferson County. U. S. Steel previously initiated construction of the EAF in March 2015

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Oxford Founder Buys Back Coal Company

February 14, 2019

The founder of Oxford Resource Partners is taking back his former company and acquiring related operations in Ohio. In 2015, Charles C. Ungurean sold the coal mining firm he started in 1985 to Westmoreland Coal Co., the sixth largest coal

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CONSOL Energy Says the Market Will Gobble Up as Much Coal as it Can Produce

February 14, 2019

CONSOL Energy Inc. executives said the company’s first full year as a stand-alone coal miner was a resounding success. It produced and sold more coal from its Pennsylvania Mining Complex than ever. At a time when the nation’s coal production

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TVA Releases Final Environmental Assessment of Paradise Fossil Plant, Kentucky

February 14, 2019

The Tennessee Valley Authority has released its final environmental assessment of the Paradise Fossil Plant in Muhlenberg County just days before a key decision the board of directors is set to make regarding its future. A 350-page report released Monday

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First U.S. Coal Plant in Years Opens in Alaska

February 14, 2019

One way to boost coal in the U.S.: Find a spot near a mine with no access to oil or natural gas pipelines, where it’s not particularly windy and it’s dark much of the year. That’s how the first coal-fired

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