This statistic displays the number of active coal mines in the United States from 2000 to 2018. In 2000,2,124 coal mines were active in the U.S. By 2018,this amount decreased to1,191active coal mines. You need a Single Account for unlimited access.
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How much coal does the United States produce?
Overall, the US produced 774.6 million short tonnes of coal in 2017 and accounts for 13% of the world’s coal production, according to a report by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) Image: An 80 foot coal seam at the North Antelope Rochelle opencut coal mine. Photo courtesy of Peabody Energy, Inc./Wikipedia.org
Who are the major coal mining companies in the US?
Meanwhile, Peabody Powder River Mining, Thunder Basin Coal Company, Antelope Coal, Blackjewel and Cordero Mining are act as its major coal mining operators. Here we profile seven of the largest coal mines still in operation in the US. Coal mines in the US North Antelope Rochelle Mine
What is the average number of employees at coal mines?
The average number of employees at U.S. coal mines decreased by 10,645 from the 2019 level to 42,159 employees. U.S. coal mining productivity, as measured by average production per employee hour, increased 3.0% from the 2019 level to 6.12 short tons per employee hour. U.S. coal consumption decreased 18.7% from the 2019 level to 476.7 MMst.
How many coal mines are in the US 2020?
By the end of 2020, the number of producing coal mines in the United States fell to 551 mines, the lowest number since U.S. coal production peaked in 2008. In 2020, 40 coal mines were opened or reactivated, and 151 mines were idled or closed.