Coal mines Click here for a list of coal mines in Louisiana. As of 2010 there were approximately2 active coal mines in Louisianawith production of approximately 3,945 short tons per year.
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Where are the mines in Louisiana?
At the time these mines were surveyed, 1 mine in Louisiana was observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole鈥攌nown as an occurance mine. 1 2 mines were in production at the time the data was entered into USGS records. Calcasieu, Ascension, and East Baton Rouge are the with the most mines.
Where does coal come from in Louisiana?
The coal came from mines in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. The Louisiana ports that handled the coal were the ports of Greater Baton Rouge, South Louisiana (Burnside), New Orleans, and Plaquemines (Parish).
What are the primary commodities mined in Louisiana?
The most commonly listed primary commodities in Louisiana mines are Aluminum, Construction Sand and Gravel, and Germanium.
Can I operate a sand or gravel mine in Louisiana?
Although the Surface Mining Regulatory Program does not have regulatory authority to permit solid minerals (including sand and gravel) mines, we encourage anyone interested in operating a non-coal mine in the state of Louisiana to refer to the Non-Coal Mining Information page for important information.