Oil & Gas
New Energy Vehicles
Policy & Regulation
Exhibition & Forum
Belt and Road
Us coal's Search Results
US Coal Exports Extend Declines
US coal exports fell from year-earlier levels in July as a drop in thermal coal shipments outweighed an increase in metallurgical volumes.
US Coal Power Generation Plummets 30% in 2020, EIA Says
Coal power fell by a record amount last year, and things have gone downhill quickly from there for the embattled sector.
US Hampton Roads Coal Exports Falls to Three-Year Low in May
Coal exports out of the terminals in the Hampton Roads region in Virginia were at a three-year-low 2.1 million st in May, down 7.8% from 2.28 million st in Apri…
EIA: US Coal Consumption Continues to Decline Across All Sectors
US coal consumption has been declining since its peak in 2007 of 1.1 billion short.
First Week of June,U.S. Coal Production Forecast to Hit New High in 8 Weeks
US coal production is estimated at 8.65 million short tons, an increase of 5.5 from the previous week %, a decrease of 30.9% from the same period last year.
Coronavirus Could Crush US Coal Industry
The spread of the coronavirus could place a heavy burden on already struggling coal miners in the United States.
Morgan Stanley: 47GW of US Coal Capacity Uneconomic by 2024
Nearly 50GW of US coal power capacity will be unable to compete with renewables by 2024, according to analysis from US investment giant Morgan Stanley, which ad…
US Coal Sector Remains in Rough Shape into the 2020s
The US coal sector is seeing little hope of improvement in the next few years, after a long list of bankruptcies, power plant closures, layoffs, and other troub…
US Coal Production Jobs Plunged 41% in 8 Years
U.S. coal mining employment, like the number of active coal mines in the country, continues to fall, according to data from the Energy Information Administratio…
US Coal in Downward Spiral, Says EIA
The US Energy Information Administration has released its Annual Coal Report for 2018, revealing that the nation’s coal mining employment numbers have dropped …
The U.S. coal industry is Dying
The US coal industry is dying, and the Trump administration's schemes to keep it alive through taxpayer subsidies have likewise hit a dead end. But that's not s…
More Bad News for Coal: Wind and Solar Are Getting Cheaper
Wind and solar costs have plunged so rapidly that 74% of the US coal fleet could be phased out for renewable energy -- and still save customers money, according…