spring valley coal mine manager dalzell and union leaders james o' connor and john mitchell came to an agreement that dalzell would re-hire workers who were fired amidst the 1894 coal mine strike, and that the umwa would allow african american workers to return to the mines after the riot. post-riot demographics of bureau county
ccx, ebx group's spinoff of mpx's coal mining assets in colombia, is developing the greatest integrated greenfield coal mining project in latin america. with production estimated in up to 35 million tons per year, this project includes an underground mine san juan , two open pit mines cañaverales and papayal , and a dedicated integrated .
in 1918 the main line railway interests of hebburn ltd and the east greta coal mining co. were merged to form south maitland railways ltd. this new company took over the ownership and operation of the stanford merthyr line and the aberdare railway, as well as all of the locomotives and passenger and goods rolling stock of the east greta co.
consol energy inc. / k ən ˈ s ɒ l / is an american energy company with interests in coal headquartered in the suburb of cecil township, in the southpointe complex, just outside pittsburgh, pennsylvania. in 2017, consol formed two separate entities: cnx resources corporation and consol energy inc. while cnx resources corp. focuses on natural gas, spin-off consol mining corporation, now .
the uk miners' strike of 1969 was an unofficial strike that involved 140 of the 307 collieries owned by the national coal board, including all collieries in the yorkshire area. the strike began on 13 october 1969 and lasted for roughly two weeks, with some pits returning to work before others. the ncb lost £15 million and 2.5 million tonnes of coal as a result of the strike.
surface mining control and reclamation act of 1977; long title: an act to provide for the cooperation between the secretary of the interior and the states with respect to the regulation of surface coal mining operations, and the acquisition and reclamation of abandoned mines, and for other purposes.
the coastal coal-carrying trade of new south wales involved the shipping of coal—mainly for local consumption but also for export or coal bunkering—by sea to sydney from the northern and southern coal fields of new south wales.it took place in the 19th and 20th centuries. it should not be confused with the export coal trade, which still exists today.
in november 2007, rusal signed a cooperation agreement with samruk-energo, a subsidiary of samruk-kazyna, on the creation of a 50/50 joint venture in respect of the operation of the bogatyr komir llp, the largest coal mining company in kazakhstan, with an annual production of approximately 40 million tonnes of coal, that ensured stable fuel .
peabody energy coal mining operations in the black mesa plateau of the four corners region in the western united states began in the 1960s and continue today. the plateau overlaps the reservations of the navajo and hopi tribes.. controversy arose from an unusually generous mineral lease agreement negotiated under questionable circumstances between the tribes and peabody energy, the coal .