The Kentucky Geological Survey estimates that there are at least 10 billion tons of remaining coal associated with just the top 12 producing seams in Central Appalachia.
The Kentucky Geological Survey estimates that there are at least 10 billion tons of remaining coal associated with just the top 12 producing seams in Central Appalachia.
The Kentucky Geological Survey estimates that there are at least 10 billion tons of remaining coal associated with just the top 12 producing seams in Central Appalachia.

Future burns bright for E.Ky. coal

November 07, 2011 12:00 AM

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