Coal Consumption Drop, But Production Up At Some Appalachian Mines
| January 5, 2018
REID FRAZIER / STATEIMPACT PENNSYLVANIA
The Acosta metallurgical coal mine opened in Somerset County in 2017.
While the United States burned less coal in 2017 than it had in three decades, an uptick in global demand for Appalachia’s metallurgical coal — used in the steelmaking process — helped boost production this past year, according to a new analysis by an economic research firm.
Coal production rose 6 percent across the United States in 2017, which coincided with a 70 percent jump in coal exports,
according to the Rhodium Group.
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