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A review of data from the Mine Safety and Health Administration shows 1,001 more U.S. coal jobs last year compared with 2016, although energy analysts say the reasons are short term and have
Navajo Transitional Energy Company will furlough 93 workers and lay off eight employees at its Antelope coal mine near Wright in response to the downturn caused by the COVID19 pandemic.
A coal mining company in northeast Wyoming has informed its workers of potential layoffs in response to lower production at the mine and a weak domestic market for Powder River Basin coal.
Coal prices have risen since then and major coal companies Peabody Energy, Arch Coal and Alpha Natural Resources have come out of bankruptcy. Nearly 300 of the coal mining jobs are also back in the Powder River Basin, according to the Mining Safety and Health Administration.
Government data show the coal mining industry added about 2,000 jobs under President Donald Trump, but the change is so small that economists aren39t confident employment levels actually budged.
Coal mining in Wyoming has long been a significant part of the state39s economy. Wyoming has been the largest producer of coal in the United States since 1986, and in 2018, coal mines employed approximately 1 of the states population. In 2013, there were 17 active coal mines in Wyoming, which produced 388 million short tons, 39 percent of all the coal mined in the US, and more than three
Wyoming, the nations leading coal producer since 1986, provides about 40 of Americas coal through the top 10 producing mines located in the Powder River Basin. Most Wyoming coal is subbituminous, which makes it an attractive choice for power plants because it has less sulfur and burns at around 8,400 to 8,800 BTUs per pound.
And before that, in 2015 and 2016, three of Wyomings biggest coal producers Peabody Energy, Arch Coal, and Alpha Natural Resources declared Chapter 11 and underwent restructuring.
Coal mining in the early days was a hard, dangerous job. Thousands of Wyoming miners lost their lives from explosions and fires. More than 300 miners died in disasters between 1886 and 1924. Black lung disease, from long exposure to coal dust, also plagued miners.
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