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Coal industry sheds jobs, leaving Eastern Kentucky economy in tatters
The impact of an estimated 2,000 mining layoffs this year is hitting home across the mountainous coal counties of Eastern Kentucky.
A Tri-County look at coal mining
With the recent layoff of hundreds of eastern Kentucky coal miners by Arch Coal Inc., the coal industry, and where it is headed, has been a hot topic lately.
New Mine Safety and Health Center at University of Utah
... million for the endowed chair was spearheaded by Consol Energy Inc. and Barrick Goldstrike Mines Inc. and supported by a number of companies and individuals including Peabody Energy Corp.
A Catalyst for Change: University of Utah Unveils New Mine Safety Center
... million for the endowed chair was spearheaded by Consol Energy Inc. and Barrick Goldstrike Mines Inc. and supported by a number of companies and individuals including Peabody Energy Corp.
What's Killing 'King Coal' In West Virginia?
For decades, coal represented half of the nation's electricity generation, but it dropped to only 34 percent for the month of March.
Hard-working Chinese immigrants, once banned, have risen to the highest ...
They ran 150 laundries along with three restaurants, eight Chinese grocery stores and three coal-heated greenhouses, according to Yee.
How Much Natural Gas Do We Have Left?
Do we really have 100 years of natural gas (NYSEMKT:NG) supply? Why did Chris Nelder claim that we have only 11 years or less NG supply left?
Dead Zone Pollutant Grows Despite Decades of Work
The “Big Muddy” joins the mighty Mississippi just north of St. Louis, then makes a sharp right turn and rushes past the soaring St. Louis Arch on its way to the sea off Louisiana. When the nutrient-rich water empties into the Gulf far downstream, it ...
Taxpayers foot bill for cleanup of polluted site in south St. Louis
They questioned why the state allowed a single firm, Environmental Operations Inc., of St. Louis, to award itself most of the remediation work without competitive bidding.
Tough talk on cleanup of toxic site in St. Louis falls hollow
The newspaper found that while state and federal regulators initially talked tough, they never held the companies that operated at the site accountable for the pollution they left behind, including arsenic, asbestos, coal tar, cyanide and carcinogens ...