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Jun 07, 2021 Photo by Friends of Coal Alabama. Brookwood, AL In an effort reminiscent of the 1920s, scabs have been hired to break a coal miners strike here against Warrior Met Coal. This despite that when the companys former owner was in bankruptcy, the miners took major wage cuts to keep it

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Jun 07, 2021 Photo by Friends of Coal Alabama. Brookwood, AL In an effort reminiscent of the 1920s, scabs have been hired to break a coal miners strike here against Warrior Met Coal. This despite that when the companys former owner was in bankruptcy, the miners took major wage cuts to keep it

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May 04, 2021 According to the latest energy statistics for the U.S. government, there are 6,758 coal miners working underground in this country today who are

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Sep 16, 2014 Falling coal sales resulted in huge revenue declines resulting in over an eighty percent loss in the share price for some mining companies and Patriot Coal and James River Coal Company filed for bankruptcy. Coal mining equipment makers and railroad companies have also been negatively affected by the drop in coal mining and shipping.

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Jun 01, 2010 During the 1930s Elk Coal production was between 25,000 and 40,000 tons per year, and over the history of the mine averaged 25,750 tons annually. In fact, the Elk Coal mining operations had a higher average production measured by tons per man per day, than did the typical King County coal mine. However, the 1940s were not so good for the Elk ...

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Jan 22, 2016 Three US coal miners have died in separate accidents 19 days into the new year, the highest number to occur in such a period since 2006. The deaths come amidst mass layoffs across the mining ...

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May 16, 2019 In 2016, just 4.5% of company production was exported into international markets. By 2018, that number had grown to 27.8%. For Alliance Resource Partners, that

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They forced mining families to shop exclusively at the company store, which they stocked with food, fuel, and clothing, even the tools and blasting powder required on the job. They set the prices of all those goods to assure a profit, a hedge against operating losses in the mines themselves. CARL STARR, SR., Coal Miner They paid you with their ...

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Oct 11, 2019 PCI prices fell more than coking coal, following declines in thermal coal, to encourage using more PCI and less coke at the margin. BLACKHAWK DOWN Blackhawk Mining late Tuesday said it would idle several high-vol A mines due to weak global markets, affecting 1.3

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Jul 02, 2021 Benchmark prices for higher-quality physical coal at Australias Newcastle port have jumped 66% this year to a record of $136.38 a ton, according to China Coal Resource.

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Sep 03, 2019 They set the prices of all those goods to assure a profit -- a hedge against operating losses in the mines themselves. Carl Starr, Sr., Coal Miner

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When it came down to it, the nystagmus was not crucial. The whole symptom complex in a coal miner was due to the malign nature of the work in a susceptible individual. Voices unsympathetic to miners objected that money spent on disabled miners raised the price of coal and made British coal less competitive against foreign sources.

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In a companion paper on current hedging practices in the mining industry (Armstrong et al, 2009) we showed that contrary to popular belief, mining groups use financial derivatives to hedge against ...

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Jun 15, 2021 The Queensland Coal Mining Board of Inquiry report found that methane gases exceeded regulated levels 27 times in the lead up to the May 6 explosion from July 2019, and came against a backdrop of ...

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Jun 06, 2021 Alabama Coal Workers Strike For Better Wages, Fair Treatment. June 6, 2021752 AM ET. Heard on Weekend Edition Sunday. Stephan Bisaha. From. In Alabama, about a thousand coal miners have been on ...

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Jun 09, 2021 By Lambert Strether of Corrente. Thank goodness Teen Vogue has a labor reporter, because without Kim Kelly, we might not be hearing anything about the United Mine Workers of American (UMWA) strike at Warrior Met Coal in Brockwood, Alabama, where over 1,000 miners have been on strike for over two months.Here is the UMWA strike page (which permits donations by check, but not

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Sep 12, 2012 During President Barack Obamas 2008 presidential campaign, he declared one of his energy goals was to bankrupt the coal industry by making electricity prices skyrocket.. That policy ...

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Jan 28, 2021 Coal wins curious reprieve in Bidens assault on climate change. President Biden speaks at an event in Jackson, MS. ( Image The White House.) President Joe Biden enlisted the entire US ...

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Jul 24, 2019 Coal workers are now pushing Congress to pass the Miners Pension Protection Act, which would transfer federal funds into the troubled United Mine Workers of

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Oct 05, 2020 Despite Trumps efforts to revive the industry, more coal-fired plants were shut down in his opening two years in office compared to Obamas entire first term. Between 2009 and 2012, 14.9GW of coal power went offline, as opposed to 23.4GW between 2017 and 2018, according to the EIA.

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Dec 20, 2019 Seaport Global Securities analyst Mark Levin wrote December 3 that through the end of September, US utility coal demand was annualizing to just 559 million tons, compared to 637 million tons of demand in 2018. If that plays out, US utility coal demand would fall 12%, the highest annual decline since 2015 when it declined 13%.

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Nov 24, 2014 Hedge Funds Bet on Coal-Mining Failures ... They are first betting against the stock and debt of mining firms such as Walter Energy Inc., then snapping up the bonds when their prices fall

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Apr 19, 2021 Militant/Susan LaMont United Mine Workers of America Local 2397 members on picket line at Warrior Met mine No. 7, April 2. At left is Tyler Bittle right, Antwon McGee. Over 1,100 went on strike day before. Members of the United Mine Workers voted April 9 to reject the tentative agreement reached with the owners of Warrior Met Coal April 5.

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Jul 02, 2021 Benchmark prices for higher-quality physical coal at Australias Newcastle port have jumped 66% this year to a record of $136.38 a ton, according to China Coal Resource.

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Climate change Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma. For more than 200 years, workers at the Port of Newcastle have loaded ships with coal dug out of nearby mines for transport to Asia ...

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Oct 11, 2019 PCI prices fell more than coking coal, following declines in thermal coal, to encourage using more PCI and less coke at the margin. BLACKHAWK DOWN Blackhawk Mining late Tuesday said it would idle several high-vol A mines due to weak global markets, affecting 1.3

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When it came down to it, the nystagmus was not crucial. The whole symptom complex in a coal miner was due to the malign nature of the work in a susceptible individual. Voices unsympathetic to miners objected that money spent on disabled miners raised the price of coal and made British coal less competitive against foreign sources.

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The structure of the industry, many small-scale firms working on short-term leases, meant that production levels remained high throughout the antebellum period, even in the face of falling prices. In 1840, American miners raised 2.5 million tons of coal to serve these growing markets and by 1850 increased annual production to 8.4 million tons.

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Apr 29, 2021 Underground mining typically creates more methane emissions than surface mining. Expand. The type of coal is important too. Higher-rank bituminous coal including metallurgical met coal is more methane-rich, and more often mined underground. As a result, we estimate emissions from met coal to be 254 kg CO2-e per tonne in 2021 ...

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Dec 16, 2018 Congress Is Giving the Coal Industry a Break, and Sick Miners May Pay the Price. By Sarah Jones. A coal miner works at a Wellmore mine in Buchanan County, Virginia, in 2016. Photo Benjamin Lowy ...

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Nov 26, 1989 When Pittston, the 17th-largest coal producer, stopped paying into an industrywide pension fund and canceled health benefits for 1,500 disabled and retired miners