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Dozens of Communities Urged to Double Down on Coal

Naperville, St. Charles, Winnetka and dozens of other communities urged to double down on coal

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Wyoming Coal Producers Plead for State Tax Breaks Amid New Federal Rules, Crushing Market Forces

Lawmakers are considering whether state subsidies, in the form of tax breaks, might mitigate the financial turmoil destabilizing a $650 million pillar of Wyoming’s economy.

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Mining Industry Advances in Social Responsibility: Achieving a Social License to Operate

As regulatory frameworks surrounding the social obligations of mining operations continue to evolve, many mining companies are already exceeding these requirements to gain the essential ‘social license to operate’ from local communities.

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WV Coal Mine Where Miner Died Had Multiple Safety Violations

A coal mine in West Virginia had a long history of safety violations before a miner was fatally injured this week operating an excavator, according to local news reports.

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CSX Resuming Full Coal Export Operations in Baltimore

After being unable to export coal with the Port of Baltimore’s main channel blocked in the wake of the Francis Scott Key Bridge disaster, the CSX railroad said its terminal here has resumed coal shipments and expects to be back to normal next week.

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US Energy Future Under Threat From Biden Policies

America's energy future is "under threat" from Biden administration policies that "hinder growth of domestic energy production" and cause greater costs for Americans.

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CONSOL Energy Showcased Massive New Campaign at the 2024 SME Annual Conference and Expo

CONSOL Energy announced its focus on the NotSoFast campaign at the 2024 Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME) Annual Conference & Expo.

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Not So Fast, We Need Those Plants

Concern about its ability to keep the lights on has led FirstEnergy, one of the nation’s largest regulated utilities, to walk back the proposed closure of two of its coal power plants.

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