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Reclamation: Lawmakers Right to Tap Into Federal Spending

Lawmakers had coal on their minds during the interim meetings earlier this month. Not only did they form work groups to tackle the revitalization of struggling coal communities, they also agreed to establish a Joint Committee on Mine Reclamation.

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Happy Birthday, West Virginia!

It was 158 years ago today when a young nation first learned that “Mountaineers are Always Free.” Since then, we West Virginians have worked hard to make our mark on bettering not only ourselves and our beloved Mountain State but also this great land in w

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Just Transition for Coal Workers is Possible, Reports Say

As jobs in the coal industry dwindle, the central question persists: Where will its workers go?

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Annual West Virginia Day Celebration Held at Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine

The Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine held a special day full of yummy homemade treats, live Appalachian music, and a special discounted admission to explore all of the rich West Virginian history the exhibition coal mine has to offer its guests.

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India: Water Level in Meghalaya Coal Mine Recedes By 22 Feet

The water level in the flooded 152-metre-deep coal pit in Meghalaya’s East Jaintia Hills district, where five people have been trapped since May 30, receded by 22 feet on Friday, an official said.

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University of Wyoming, University of Texas-Austin Study Barriers to Carbon Capture, Use, Storage

A University of Wyoming economist has joined colleagues from the University of Texas-Austin (UT) for a major study of economic and political barriers related to carbon capture, use and storage.

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US Coal, Oil and Natural Gas for the Human Environment

In addressing climate change, there is an ongoing need to embrace consideration of the Human Environment as found in NEPA and rethink all climate efforts that eliminate coal as well as natural gas electricity generation.

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In the Era of Cyberattacks, Fuel Diversity and Security Reign Supreme

The cyber threat to the nation’s energy infrastructure just crossed the Rubicon. A cyberattack forced the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline, which transports 45% of the refined fuel used on the East Coast.

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