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The war on coal is over. Coal lost.
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Post: #91
RE: The war on coal is over. Coal lost.
how is coal considered dirty? When in the state of Pa they have an area that has been burning in Centrailia since 1962?
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Post: #92
RE: The war on coal is over. Coal lost.
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (Today 06:21 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (Today 05:58 AM)
They just want to whine and bit*h and moan

pathetic projection..
how do you figure that in this subject it is the people against coal (who are NOT all leftists)
observing that coal is finished. toast.

Is somehow a form of complaint?

wouldt'n it be the fuckwit clingers who are the ones who constantly whine and bit*h and moan?

go back and read a few of the opposing views to the fact that coal is being phased out all over the world in this thread for your own enlightenment

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Here you go kiddo

U.S. coal production and coal-fired electricity generation expected to rise in near term

Coal production in the United States totaled 739 million short tons (MMst) in 2016, an 18% decline from 2015 and the lowest level of coal production since 1978. Because nearly all coal produced in the United States is used to generate electricity, coal production and coal-fired electricity generation are closely connected. In 2017 and 2018, as natural gas prices are expected to increase, coal is expected to regain some share of the electricity generation mix, and coal production is expected to increase slightly.

The past decline in coal production has not been uniform across the three major coal-producing regions in the United States. Production declines in the Western region, which includes the Powder River Basin that spans parts of Wyoming and Montana, have been similar to the overall U.S. production, falling 36% since 2008, nearly equal to the 37% decline nationally. Production declines in the Appalachian region have been more pronounced, falling by 53% since 2008. The Interior region, which includes the Illinois Basin, increased by 2% from 2008 to 2016.

Similarly, the expected increase in coal production through 2018 also varies across regions. Coal production is expected to increase most in the Western region, rising from 407 MMst in 2016 to 443 MMst in 2018. Forecast production levels in the Appalachian and Interior regions are relatively flat. Coal production in the Appalachian region, where production costs are relatively high, is expected to be 177 MMst in 2018, slightly lower than the 2016 level of 183 MMst. Interior coal production is expected to increase from 150 MMst in 2016 to 152 MMst in 2018.
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Post: #93
RE: The war on coal is over. Coal lost.
G a y asshole.
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