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West Virginia Governor Jim Justice Assesses His Performance Less Than Two Years Into Term

When he says his accomplishments thus far as governor of the state of West Virginia may be his greatest — just two years into his first term — that’s saying a mouthful, to borrow the type of homespun idiom the man is known for.

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The Energy 202: Trump's Plan to Overhaul Government Would Give Interior and EPA More Power

The White House on Thursday unveiled a radical overhaul of the federal bureaucracy, including many of the agencies managing energy and natural resources.

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Pakistan Orders All Coal Imports to Discharge at Port Qasim From August

Pakistan's thermal coal importers will have to discharge all of their cargoes at Port Qasim from August, after the country's Supreme Court banned the unloading of thermal coal at the nearby Karachi port, shipping sources said Friday.

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Dance Show Coal Digs Into The Memory of the Momentous Miners' Strikes

At Brighton Dome in Brighton, England, in the stage sensation Coal, a dancing Margaret Thatcher is pelted by the audience and the cast are pushed to breaking point.

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Chris Hamilton: West Virginia Headed in the Right Direction

The West Virginia unemployment rate is low, job growth is high, and a budget surplus is anticipated for the first time in years and the workforce participation rate is improving. And this is just the beginning.

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Utility Company Entergy Texas Buys 140,977 ST of Coal in April, Up 30% on Month

The utility told the Public Utility Commission of Texas it bought 67,113 st of coal for its 241-MW Big Cajun No. 2 plant and 73,401 st for its 385-MW Nelson-6 unit, compared with 43,120 st and 63,461 st purchased in March

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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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