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Can coal companies afford to clean up coal country

Can coal companies afford to clean up coal country? By Steven Mufson and Joby Warrick April 1 at 9:58 AM @StevenMufson @jobywarrick A worsening financial crisis for the nation’s biggest coal companies is sparking concerns that U.S. taxpayers could be stuck with hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars in cleanup costs across a landscape of shuttered mines stretching from

can coal companies afford to clean up coal

Press release: Duke can afford to pay for coal ash cleanup. A new analysis of the financial position of Duke Energy and Duke Energy Carolinas shows that the companies can afford to pay the expected $2 to $10 billion for coal ash cleanup in North Carolina without new rate hikes for their customers.

The U.S.’s Biggest Coal Company Can’t Pay To Clean Up Its

2015-6-8  Peabody, which operates the largest coal mine in the United States, is one of the five largest coal companies operating on the Powder River Basin in Wyoming and Montana. The basin provides more than 40 percent of the country’s coal. Coal in this region is primarily mined in strip mines, a type of surface mining which leaves an open pit with coal exposed, requiring

Feds want to ensure coal companies can clean up land

2016-5-19  The federal agency that oversees surface coal mining said Wednesday that it would consider drafting new rules to ensure that coal companies can afford to clean up land they damage though the

New Report Highlights Coal Reclamation Failures across

2015-6-9  Especially because if coal companies can't afford to clean up after themselves, taxpayers could be on the hook for billions of dollars. To learn more and read about our recommendations, check out

Indian farmer's court win brings hope to coal mining villages

2021-12-16  Two companies are found liable for irresponsible mining and violating mine closure norms, and ordered to pay clean-up compensation * Farmer fought for a decade to get environmental damage repaired

Hillary Clinton says market forces made coal companies go

2016-5-10  Washington Post, "Can coal companies afford to clean up coal country?" April 2, 2016. Washington Post, "How super low natural gas

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A wave of bankruptcies stokes concern that taxpayers will end up paying billions of dollars to clean up after major mining companies Don't miss any posted from Sierra Club. Join Hubbiz and connect with your local community.

Can US coal companies afford to clean up the country

2016-4-1  A worsening financial crisis for the nation’s biggest coal companies is sparking concerns that U.S. taxpayers could be stuck with hundreds of millions, if

Can coal companies afford to clean up coal country

Apr 2, 2016 A wave of bankruptcies stokes concern that taxpayers will end up paying billions of dollars to clean up after major mining companies. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Can coal companies afford to clean up coal country

Apr 4, 2016 A wave of bankruptcies stokes concern that taxpayers will end up paying billions of dollars to clean up after major mining companies. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Feds want to ensure coal companies can clean up land

2016-5-19  The federal agency that oversees surface coal mining said Wednesday that it would consider drafting new rules to ensure that coal companies can afford to clean up land they damage though the

Coal bankruptcies and environmental clean-up

“The goal is to make sure the coal companies clean up the mess when they leave,” said the lawyer, Kevin W. Barrett of Bailey & Glasser, who was named a special assistant attorney general for West Virginia and is taking the lead on the Alpha case.

US companies tap coal, waste for rare earth metals S&P

2021-9-16  Companies recycled 52% of the 78.6 million tons of coal ash produced in 2019, according to the American Coal Ash Association. Extracting rare earth materials could boost the profitability of cleaning up the waste that burning coal generates. "There are a lot of situations where they want to clean them up, but they can't afford it," MacPherson

New Report Highlights Coal Reclamation Failures across

2015-6-9  Especially because if coal companies can't afford to clean up after themselves, taxpayers could be on the hook for billions of dollars. To learn more and read about our recommendations, check out

Government clean-coal projects flopped, federal watchdog

2022-1-19  U.K. companies shift from coal to wood 04:55. A decade ago, when the U.S. was climbing out of the Great Recession, the government dedicated more than a billion dollars to developing carbon-capture

US companies tap coal, waste for rare earth metals ICSC

2021-9-22  Companies recycled 52% of the 78.6 million tons of coal ash produced in 2019, according to the American Coal Ash Association. Extracting rare earth materials could boost the profitability of cleaning up the waste that burning coal generates. “There are a lot of situations where they want to clean them up, but they can’t afford it

clean up coal country? Can coal companies afford to

2018-5-21  Can coal companies afford to clean up coal country? Photo: Luke Sharett/Bloomberg News United States: A worsening financial crisis for the nation's biggest coal companies is sparking concerns that US taxpayers could be stuck with hundreds of millions in cleanup costs (via The Washington Post).

Can US coal companies afford to clean up the country

2016-4-1  A worsening financial crisis for the nation’s biggest coal companies is sparking concerns that U.S. taxpayers could be stuck with hundreds of millions, if

Can coal companies afford to clean up coal country

Apr 4, 2016 A wave of bankruptcies stokes concern that taxpayers will end up paying billions of dollars to clean up after major mining companies. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

EPA begins overdue enforcement on clean up of toxic coal

2022-1-12  EPA begins enforcement on clean up of toxic coal-ash ponds. A coal ash pond is shown next to Alabama Power's James M. Barry Electric Generating Plant in Bucks, Alabama. (CNN) The US Environmental

US companies tap coal, waste for rare earth metals ICSC

2021-9-22  Companies recycled 52% of the 78.6 million tons of coal ash produced in 2019, according to the American Coal Ash Association. Extracting rare earth materials could boost the profitability of cleaning up the waste that burning coal generates. “There are a lot of situations where they want to clean them up, but they can’t afford it

US companies tap coal, waste for rare earth metals S&P

2021-9-16  Companies recycled 52% of the 78.6 million tons of coal ash produced in 2019, according to the American Coal Ash Association. Extracting rare earth materials could boost the profitability of cleaning up the waste that burning coal generates. "There are a lot of situations where they want to clean them up, but they can't afford it," MacPherson

New Report Highlights Coal Reclamation Failures across

2015-6-9  Especially because if coal companies can't afford to clean up after themselves, taxpayers could be on the hook for billions of dollars. To learn more and read about our recommendations, check out

Coal's Cautionary Tale for New Mexico's Economy

2021-2-15  Since 1977, coal companies have paid billions of dollars into the Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation Program, a federal program for cleaning up mines. Some coal states required companies to pay into “bond pools,” which create reclamation funds, in case any specific company cannot meet its own cleanup costs.

Coal Zoom US Companies Tap Coal, Waste for Rare Earth

2021-9-17  Companies recycled 52% of the 78.6 million tons of coal ash produced in 2019, according to the American Coal Ash Association. Extracting rare earth materials could boost the profitability of cleaning up the waste that burning coal generates. "There are a lot of situations where they want to clean them up, but they can't afford it," MacPherson

Behind Joe Manchin’s opposition, a long history of

2021-12-21  Behind the scenes, coal interests were hard at work making the case against the clean energy provisions, and specifically the approximately $320 billion in tax incentives for producers and buyers