Table-15-Recoverable-Coal-Reserves-at-Producing-Mines,-Estimated- by akgame

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									Report No: DOE/EIA 0584 (2008) Data For: 2008 Report Released: September 2009 Next Release Date: September 2010 Table 15. Coal-Resource State

Recoverable Coal Reserves at Producing Mines, Estimated Recoverable Reserves, an (Million Short Tons) Underground - Minable Coal Recoverable Estimated Demonstrated Reserves at Recoverable Reserve Base Producing Reserves Mines 279 W W 1,146 298 923 511 412 W W W 221 W 424 W W 2 212 172 1,410 318 1,092 W 473 2,335 127 5,916 1 2 27,876 3,593 807 7,194 504 6,691 312 55 689 35,922 2,782 5 7,677 572 6 10,538 340 10,198 277 2,441 578 674 15,300 NA NA 22,943 938 5,423 272 11,273 2 4 87,757 8,674 1,732 16,631 902 15,729 569 123 1,479 70,957 6,114 11 17,450 1,228 15 22,900 3,842 19,057 505 4,979 1,030 1,332 28,669 NA NA 42,486

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas Colorado Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Total Eastern Western Louisiana Maryland Michigan Mississippi Missouri Montana New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Total Anthracite Bituminous South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Total Northern Southern Wyoming

U.S. Total

5,819

149,095

332,553

- = No data are reported. W = Data withheld to avoid disclosure. NA = Not Available. Notes: · Recoverable coal reserves at producing mines represent the quantity of coal that can be recovered (i.e. mined) from existing coa at reporting mines. · EIA's estimated recoverable reserves include the coal in the demonstrated reserve base considered recoverable after coal estimated to be unavailable due to land use restrictions or currently economically unattractive for mining, and after applying assumed m rates; see Glossary for criteria. · The effective date for the demonstrated reserve base, as customarily worded, is "Remaining as of January These data are contemporaneous with the Recoverable Reserves at Producing Mines, customarily presented as of the end of the past year's is in this case, December 31, 2008. · The demonstrated reserve base includes publicly available data on coal mapped to measured and indic of accuracy and found at depths and in coalbed thicknesses considered technologically minable at the time of d Source: · Energy Information Administration Form EIA-7A, "Coal Production Report," and U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Form 7000-2, "Quarterly Mine Employment and Coal Production Report," and EIA estimates.

ted Recoverable Reserves, and Demonstrated Reserve Base by Mining Method, 2008 Surface - Minable Coal Estimated Recoverable Reserves Total Estimated Recoverable Reserves

Recoverable Reserves at Producing Mines 51 W W W 43 123 W 244 218 26 W W W W W W 1,225 86 W 102 W W 8 752 44 498 20 478 W

Demonstrated Reserve Base

Recoverable Reserves at Producing Mines 330 W W W 325 1,189 421 W 1,167 729 438 W 22 W W 925 605 1,225 308 85 526 24 502 10 752 212 217 1,908 338 1,570 7,010

2,256 495 101 3,745 1 10,060 381 320 680 7,381 5,121 2,260 302 39 3 3,157 38,889 4,140 6,821 3,747 223 2 1,016 419 597 277 175 9,412 212 171 6 2,220 NA NA 16,247

3,167 682 144 4,760 2 16,529 651 457 971 12,784 9,171 3,613 408 57 5 4,509 48,110 5,906 8,941 5,725 319 3 4,207 3,350 857 366 258 12,227 268 525 8 3,518 NA NA 19,618

2,729 2,829 228 9,661 2 2 37,935 3,973 1,127 680 14,575 5,625 8,950 302 351 59 3,846 74,810 6,922 5 6,821 11,424 795 9 11,554 759 10,795 277 451 9,412 2,652 750 681 17,520 NA NA 39,190

12,057

112,477

155,124

17,875

261,573

d (i.e. mined) from existing coal reserves at reporting mines. se considered recoverable after excluding g, and after applying assumed mining recovery d, is "Remaining as of January 1, 2009." as of the end of the past year's mining, that mapped to measured and indicated degrees

· EIA's estimated recoverable reserves include the coal in the demonstrated reserve base co

ment of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration,

Total Demonstrated Reserve Base

4,106 6,105 416 16,033 4 4 104,286 9,325 2,189 971 29,416 10,073 19,342 408 627 128 5,988 119,067 12,020 11 8,941 23,174 1,547 17 27,107 7,192 19,914 366 762 12,227 5,246 1,555 1,340 32,187 NA NA 62,104

487,678

he demonstrated reserve base considered recoverable after excluding coal estimated to be unavailable due to land use restrictions or currently economically

ns or currently economically unattractive for mining, and after applying assumed mining recovery rates; see Glossary for criteria. · The effective date for t

ary for criteria. · The effective date for the demonstrated reserve base, as customarily worded, is "Remaining as of January 1, 2009." These data are conte

January 1, 2009." These data are contemporaneous with the Recoverable Reserves at Producing Mines, customarily presented as of the end of the past ye

rily presented as of the end of the past year's mining, that is in this case, December 31, 2008. · The demonstrated reserve base includes publicly available d

eserve base includes publicly available data on coal mapped to measured and indicated degrees of accuracy and found at depths and in coalbed thicknesses

und at depths and in coalbed thicknesses considered technologically minable at the time of d


								
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