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Weekly Coal Production by State EIA

2021-6-19  For the week ended June 19, 2021. Estimated U.S. coal production totaled about 12.2 million short tons (MMst) This production estimate is 2.1% lower than last week's estimate and 28.7% higher than the production estimate in the comparable week in 2020. East of the Mississippi River coal production totaled 4.8 MMst.

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EIA Weekly U.S. Coal Production

2020-6-26  The Western Region States are Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Monthly coal production estimates are usually released for printing on Friday of the first full week of the following month.

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Performance Evaluation of the Weekly Coal Production

2013-12-19  The Weekly Coal Production Report (WCPR) is the only source of weekly state level coal production estimates produced by the U.S. Government. Every Thursday by 5 p.m., EIA releases on its website state level coal production estimates for the week ending the previous Saturday.

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Total Energy Reports U.S. Energy Information

2020-6-4  Coal See more; Weekly Coal Production; Weekly production estimates by region and state; Quarterly Coal Report; Production, imports, exports, stocks & consumption data and analysis

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Coal Data Browser EIA

2020-6-4  View a pre-generated report. Choose a report U.S. coal mine productivity by producing region Coal mine productivity vs. average employees, Appalachia Coal mine productivity vs. average employees, Illinois Basin Coal mine productivity vs. average employees, Powder River Basin U.S. coal mine production vs. average employees U.S. coal mine production

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2019 U.S. coal production falls to its lowest level since

2020-7-28  West Virginia is a primary producer of metallurgical coal, which saw sustained demand for exports in 2019. Coal production recently stopped in two states, Kansas in 2017 and Arkansas in 2018. Arizona stopped producing coal in the fall of 2019 when the coal-fired Navajo Generating Station and adjacent Kayenta coal mine that supplied it both closed. EIA estimates weekly coal production using coal railcar loadings. In 2020, weekly coal

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Weekly Coal Production / Consumption Report (Feb

2021-2-26  West Virginia coal production slipped again week over week, declining by -15.5% Production from the NAPP region of the state decreased by -17% and W.Va. CAPP production declined by -13.3%. National coal production decreased by -10%, with production from the entire Appalachian region declining by just over -10%. U.S. Thermal coal prices increased week over week for NAPP (+3.1%), CAPP (+3.1%) and PRB (+6.2%). Prices for ILB coal were unchanged and the Western Bituminous coal

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Which states are the largest producers and consumers

2 天前  In 2017, 25 states produced coal, with the top five coal-producing states making up over 70% of total U.S. production 1. Top Coal Producing States in 2017 1. Wyoming 41%; West Virginia 12%; Pennsylvania 6.3%; Illinois 6.3%; Kentucky 5.5%; Figure 2. Graph showing U.S. coal production of the top 5 producing states.

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Weekly Production / Consumption Report (Feb .27

2021-3-5  Weekly Production / Consumption Report (Feb .27 Update) West Virginia coal production rebounded from the previous two weeks when transportation difficulties impacted coal shipments. State production increased by +23.5% Production from the NAPP region of the state increased by +24% and W.Va. CAPP production increased by +22.6.

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Weekly Production / Consumption Summary

2020-12-11  Weekly Production / Consumption Summary December 11, 2020 West Virginia coal production rebounded from the Thanksgiving holiday week, with in-state production increasing +5.5% week over week: +8% in the NAPP region of the state and +2.7% in the state’s CAPP region. National coal production increased week over week by +9.5%, with production

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Weekly Production / Consumption Report (April 10

2021-4-16  Weekly Production / Consumption Report (April 10 Update) Total West Virginia coal production increased week over week by +6.43%. Production from the state's NAPP region increased by +8.72% and by +3.48% in the CAPP region of the state. National coal production also increased from the previous week by 4.26%, with production from the entire

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Weekly Production / Consumption Report (Jan. 16

2021-1-22  Weekly Production / Consumption Report (Jan. 16 Update) January 22, 2021. Last week West Virginia coal production followed a national trend, with statewide production decreasing by -3.6%, with production from the NAPP region of the state declining by -3% and production from the CAPP region decreasing by just over -4%.

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Weekly Production / Consumption Report (Jan. 30

2021-2-5  Weekly Production / Consumption Report (Jan. 30 Update) February 05, 2021. West Virginia coal production decreased last week by -8.7% from the previous week. Production from the NAPP region of the state declined by -10.4% and CAPP production decreased by -6.4% from the previous week. National coal production also decreased week over week by -3.4%.

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Weekly Coal Production / Consumption Report (Feb

2021-2-26  Weekly Coal Production / Consumption Report (Feb .20 Update) Coal production declined week over week across the nation as production was impacted by transportation delays and difficulties associated with the extremely cold weather. West Virginia coal production slipped again week over week, declining by -15.5% Production from the NAPP region of

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Weekly Coal Production Report Power Engineering

2015-7-24  The Weekly Coal Production Report has been updated for the week ended July 18, 2015. For the week ended July 18, 2015: • Estimated U.S. coal production

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Weekly Coal Index Report

2021-6-14  For its part, state-run Coal India is now allowing buyers to export coal bought from them under their e-auction platform. However, we don’t expect this to affect imports of higher quality coal

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US weekly coal production tightens by less than 1%

2020-4-2  For the 52 weeks ended March 28, production was 672.8 million tons, representing a year-over-year slump of 9.9%, while year-to-date coal output declined 16.8% year over year to 145.4 million tons. The western region's coal production for the week reached 5.8 million tons, decreasing less than 1% from the prior year's 5.8 million tons.

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Coal production and consumption statistics Statistics

2021-5-28  Production of hard coal in the EU has decreased almost continuously from 1990 and this long-term decrease has been more severe than for consumption. In 2019, the EU production was 65 million tonnes, 77 % less than the 277 million tonnes of 1990. In 2019, 37 % of inland consumption could be covered by production in the EU, compared with 71 % in

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Coal Energy economics Home

World coal reserves in 2019 stood at 1070 billion tonnes and are heavily concentrated in just a few countries: US (23%), Russia (15%), Australia (14%) and China (13%). Most of the reserves are anthracite and bituminous (70%). The current global R/P ratio shows that coal reserves in 2019 accounted for 132 years of current production

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Weekly Production / Consumption Summary

2020-12-11  Weekly Production / Consumption Summary December 11, 2020 West Virginia coal production rebounded from the Thanksgiving holiday week, with in-state production increasing +5.5% week over week: +8% in the NAPP region of the state and +2.7% in the state’s CAPP region. National coal production increased week over week by +9.5%, with production

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Weekly US coal production totals 12 million st, up

2021-6-4  Weekly US coal production totals 12 million st, up 43.7% on year Posted On : 4 Jun 2021 Published By : Tom Whipple Highlights Annualized output expected at 574 million st YTD output of 231 million st, up 6% on year Weekly US coal production was estimated to be 12 million st, up 3.1% from the previous week and up 43.7% from the year-ago week

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Weekly US coal production totals 12 million st, up

2021-6-4  Weekly US coal production totals 12 million st, up 43.7% on year. Weekly US coal production was estimated to be 12 million st, up 3.1% from the previous week and up 43.7% from the year-ago week, Energy Information Administration data showed June 3.

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Weekly Coal Production Report Power Engineering

2015-7-24  The Weekly Coal Production Report has been updated for the week ended July 18, 2015. For the week ended July 18, 2015: • Estimated U.S. coal production

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coal prod by state and rank 14 NMA

2016-8-23  State 2014 Total % of Total U.S. Historical High Year 1 Wyoming 395,665 39.6% 467,644 2008 2 West Virginia 112,187 11.2% 176,157 1947 3 Kentucky 77,335 7.7% 173,322 1990

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Weekly Coal Index Report

2021-6-14  For its part, state-run Coal India is now allowing buyers to export coal bought from them under their e-auction platform. However, we don’t expect this to affect imports of higher quality coal

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Weekly US coal production totals 12 million st, up

2021-6-5  Weekly US coal production was estimated to be 12 million st, up 3.1% from the previous week and up 43.7% from the year-ago week, Energy Information Administration data showed June 3.

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US weekly coal production tightens by less than 1%

2020-4-2  For the 52 weeks ended March 28, production was 672.8 million tons, representing a year-over-year slump of 9.9%, while year-to-date coal output declined 16.8% year over year to 145.4 million tons. The western region's coal production for the week reached 5.8 million tons, decreasing less than 1% from the prior year's 5.8 million tons.

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Weekly US coal production totals 8.8 million st, down

2021-1-3  Weekly US coal production was estimated at almost 8.8 million st in the week ended Dec. 26, down 20.3% from the previous week, Energy Information Administration data

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Coal production and consumption statistics Statistics

2021-5-28  Production of hard coal in the EU has decreased almost continuously from 1990 and this long-term decrease has been more severe than for consumption. In 2019, the EU production was 65 million tonnes, 77 % less than the 277 million tonnes of 1990. In 2019, 37 % of inland consumption could be covered by production in the EU, compared with 71 % in

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