- Recoverable coal
- Coal that is, or can be, extracted from a coal bed during mining.U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration's Energy Glossary
Energy terms . 2014.
Energy terms . 2014.
Coal — Sedimentary Rock Anthracite coal Composition Primary carbon Secondary hydrogen, sulfur … Wikipedia
coal mining — Coal was very important in the economic development of Britain. It was used as fuel in the factories built during the Industrial Revolution and continued to be important until the 1980s. The main coalfields are in north east England, the north… … Universalium
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Coal-mining region — World coal producers and consumers. Coal reserves in BTUs as of 2009 … Wikipedia
coal — coalless, adj. /kohl/, n. 1. a black or dark brown combustible mineral substance consisting of carbonized vegetable matter, used as a fuel. Cf. anthracite, bituminous coal, lignite. 2. a piece of glowing, charred, or burned wood or other… … Universalium
recoverable — re‧cov‧er‧a‧ble [rɪˈkʌvərəbl] adjective 1. FINANCE if something such as money is recoverable, you can get it back after it has been lost or spent: • Some of the funds may be recoverable, or their loss may be covered by insurance. 2. LAW if… … Financial and business terms
Coal mining in Australia — Coal is mined in every state of Australia as well as the Northern Territory. It is used to generate electricity and is exported. 75% of the coal mined in Australia is exported, mostly to eastern Asia. In 2000/01, 258.5 million tonnes of coal was… … Wikipedia
Coal mining — Men leaving a UK colliery at the close of a shift Surface coal mining in Wyo … Wikipedia
Recoverable Reserves of Coal — An estimate of the amount of coal that can be removed (mined) from the accessible reserves in the future, using current prices and operable equipment. U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration s Energy Glossary … Energy terms
Recoverable Resources of Coal — The sum of measured resources plus indicated resources. U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration s Energy Glossary … Energy terms