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Arch Coal Inc. Message Board

  • garry_denke garry_denke Feb 23, 2013 9:07 AM Flag

    Major U.S. Coal Producers

    National Mining Association - May 2012
    Major U.S. Coal Producers - 2011
    Company - Production Tonnage - Percent of Total U.S.
    (Million Short Tons)

    1. Peabody Energy Corporation (1) - 203.9 - 18.6%
    2. Arch Coal, Inc. (2) - 151.7 - 13.9%
    3. Alpha Natural Resources, LLC (3) - 102.3 - 9.3%
    4. Cloud Peak Energy, Inc. (4) - 97.2 - 8.9%
    5. CONSOL Energy Inc. - 62.6 - 5.7%
    6. Luminant (Energy Future Holdings) - 32.3 - 3.0%
    7. Alliance Resource Partners - 30.8 - 2.8%
    8. Kiewit Mining Group, Inc. - 30.0 - 2.7%
    9. Patriot Coal Corporation - 28.8 - 2.6%
    10. North American Coal Corporation - 27.9 2.5%
    11. Murray Energy Corporation - 26.5 - 2.4%
    12. Westmoreland Coal Company - 21.8 - 2.0%
    13. BHP Billiton - 11.9 - 1.1%
    14. The Cline Group (Coalfield Transport, Foresight Energy) (5) - 10.9 - 1.0%
    15. James River Coal Company - 10.3 - 0.9%
    16. Rosebud Mining Company - 8.8 - 0.8%
    17. Jim Walter Resources, Inc. (6) - 8.4 - 0.8%
    18. Oxford Resource Partners LP (Ungurean) (5) - 8.1 - 0.7%
    19. Interwest Mining Company (PacifiCorp) - 7.3 - 0.7%
    20. TECO Coal Corporation - 7.1 - 0.6%
    21. Armstrong Energy Corp. (5) - 6.5 - 0.6%
    22. Western Fuels Association, Inc. - 6.1 - 0.6%
    23. Black Hills Corporation (Wyodak Resources) - 5.7 - 0.5%
    24. Booth Energy Group (5) - 5.5 - 0.5%
    25. Essar/Frasure Creek Mining Co. (5) - 5.3 - 0.5%
    26. Vectren Fuels, Inc. (Five Star) - 5.1 - 0.5%
    27. Signal Peak Energy, LLC (5) - 5.1 - 0.5%
    28. Rhino Energy LLC - 4.8 - 0.4%
    29. Ranger Energy/Justice (5) - 4.6 - 0.4%
    30. Chevron Mining Inc. (5) - 4.4 - 0.4%
    31. Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. (5) - 4.3 - 0.4%
    32. BNI Coal, LTD - 4.3 - 0.4%
    33. Dolet Hills Lignite Company (AEP) - 4.3 - 0.4%
    34. Knight Hawk Coal, LLC (Bunn) (5) - 4.1 - 0.4%
    35. PBS Coals, Inc. (Severstal Oao) (5) - 4.1 - 0.4%
    36. Metinvest BV/United Coal Co. (5) - 3.7 - 0.3%
    37. Drummond Company, Inc. - 3.5 - 0.3%
    38. Mechel Oao 5 - 3.4 - 0.3%
    39. Sunrise Coal Co. (Hallador) (5) - 3.3 - 0.3%
    40. Oxbow Carbon & Minerals Inc. (5) - 3.0 - 0.3%
    41. Solar Sources, Inc. - 2.8 - 0.3%
    42. Dana Mining Co. (First Reserve) (5) - 2.6 - 0.2%
    43. Rio Tinto Energy America - 2.5 - 0.2%
    44. Trapper Mining Inc. - 2.5 - 0.2%
    45. ArcelorMittal (5) - 2.4 - 0.2%
    46. Usibelli Coal Mine, Inc. - 2.2 - 0.2%
    47. Advent Mining LLC (Allied Resources) (5) - 2.1 - 0.2%
    48. Springfield Coal Co. (5) - 1.9 - 0.2%
    49. Ambre Energy LTD (5) - 1.9 - 0.2%
    50. Xinergy Corp./Nix (5) - 1.8 - 0.2%
    51. Vigo Coal Co. (5) - 1.5 - 0.1%
    52. Prairie State Energy Co. (5) - 1.0 - 0.1%
    Other Producers - 89.4 - 8.2%
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total U.S. Production (7) - 1,094.3 - 100.0%

    Notes: Figures are rounded. 2011 data compiled from 2012 NMA survey of major producers. May not be all-inclusive. U.S. production total for 2011 is an EIA preliminary estimate.

    (1) Peabody Energy Corp. production figure includes production plus tons sold, excluding trading and brokerage operations.
    (2) Arch Coal, Inc. production figure includes tons sold. Excludes purchased tons. Includes ICG tons.
    (3) Alpha NR production figure includes Massey tons.
    (4) Cloud Peak production figure includes 50 percent interest in Decker Mine.
    (5) Department of Labor, Mine Safety & Health Administration 2011 preliminary data.
    (6) Jim Walter Resources production figure includes North River tons.
    (7) Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration 2011 preliminary data.

 
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