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Interlocking proposals respecting bituminous coal mined in Eastern Canada

Cockfield, Brown & Company.

Interlocking proposals respecting bituminous coal mined in Eastern Canada

presented by the Dominion Steel and Coal Corporation limited to the Honourable, the Minister of National Revenue [and] the Honourable, the Minister of Mines, Sept., 1930.

by Cockfield, Brown & Company.

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Published in [Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tariff on coal -- Canada,
  • Coal trade -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDominion Steel and Coal Corporation, ltd.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF2651 C62 C24
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 pts. in 1.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14596892M

    A relatively small amount of net national coal mining job slot losses (on the order of 2 percent of Base Case forecasted levels in ) are forecasted to result from the implementation of either the Proxmire bill or the 30 Year/ Lb. proposal with existing-existing trading, as coal demands shift to lower sulfur Western coal mines that.


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The Coal-Fields and Coal Industry of Eastern Canada. GENERAL. Submarine Mining. Coal has been mined under the sea for many years in Cape Breton, and, in the future, the bulk of the Coal output of this island will have to come Interlocking proposals respecting bituminous coal mined in Eastern Canada book submarine territory.

and two municipal gas works, the whole of the bituminous coal used in Nova Scotia is. Chronological List of the more important Coal-Mine Explosions, and Underground Mine Fires that have occurred in Nova Scotia.

(Summarized from a Paper written inby Dr. Edwin Gilpin, and read before the Institution of Mining Engineers, with the addition of. There are a number of mines operating in the Eastern United States, in particularly in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky.

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It’s a lucrative export to overseas steel mills—where it pours CO 2 into the planet’s atmosphere just the same as if we’d burned it here. In most places where metallurgical coal is mined, giant machines scrape off vegetation and overburden to get at the coal-bearing.

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If a proposed mining project involves the construction of any access roads, then the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the. Coal Mining in Canada Coal Resources • Canada has an abundance of coal with billion tonnes of recoverable coal reserves and an estimate of years of future production.

• More than 90% of Canada’s coal deposits are located in western provinces which provide a strategic advantage because of the close proximity of west coast ports. Coal is by far Canada’s most abundant fossil fuel, with billion tonnes of recoverable coal reserves. Canada has anthracite, bituminous, sub-bituminous, and lignite coal deposits.

More than 90% of Canada’s coal deposits are located in western provinces, which provides a strategic advantage because of the close proximity of west coast ports. The proposed mine site is located about km southwest of Tumbler Ridge in northeastern B.C. Hillsborough Resources Ltd. proposes to develop an open-pit mine with an annual production capacity of Mt of bituminous-grade thermal coal for export over a mine life of years.

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According to the Coal Association of Canada, there are 24 permitted coal mines throughout Canada, 19 of which currently operate. The vast majority of the country's coal deposits can be found in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia.

The U.S. coal industry serves a vital role in the nation’s economy by producing fuel for more than half of its electricity.

Despite the industry’s importance, industry financial data for —the strongest year for the coal industry in recent years—shows that it is a relatively small industry with revenues totaling $20 billion to $25 billion and net income between $1 billion and $2.

The province also produces some thermal coal. Most BC coal is exported internationally via coal ports on the west coast near Vancouver and Prince Rupert. A smaller percentage is sent by rail to steel mills in eastern Canada.

Recent Publications. British Columbia coal industry overview (Information Circular ). Coal reserves in Canada rank thirteenth largest in the world (following the former Soviet Union, the United States, the People's Republic of China and Australia) at approximately 10 billion tons, % of the world total.

This represents more energy than all of the oil and gas in the country combined. The coal industry generates CDN$5 billion annually.

Coal mining, extraction of coal deposits from the surface of Earth from underground. Coal has been used since the Bronze Age, 3, to 4, years ago, and was the basic energy source that fueled the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries.

Coal mining - Coal mining - Coal deposits: In geologic terms, coal is a sedimentary rock containing a mixture of constituents, mostly of vegetal origin. Vegetal matter is composed mainly of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, and some inorganic mineral elements. When this material decays under water, in the absence of oxygen, the carbon content increases.

The mine described is the simplest form, in which only one bed is worked; several beds are often worked at one time, with entrance at different levels to a common shaft, or they may be connected by slopes and shafts within the mine. The coal region is a vast network of mines, so connected with each other that one may travel many miles.

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Series 3: Labour disputes correspondence. ---- cm of textual records. -- The series is from the Western Coal Operators' Association/Western Canada Coal Operators' Association and the Western Canada Bituminous Coal Operators' is arranged chronologically and include the names of various mines and mining companies.

As the coal industry declined, so did union membership, and now the town’s local miners’ union, United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) Localconsists entirely of retired miners. Mine. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test.

PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. klangenberg. Terms in this set (50) With respect to proposal evaluations, solicitations for simplified acquisitions are. not required to state the relative importance of each evaluation factor & subfactor. Coal mining is only a temporary use of land, so it is vital that rehabilitation of land takes place once mining operations have stopped.

In best practice a detailed rehabilitation or reclamation plan is designed and approved for each coal mine, covering the period from the start of operations until well after mining. Canadian mines produced 69 million tonnes of coal duringaccording to Natural Resources Canada.

Over the past 10 years, Canada's coal production has remained steady, hovering at 67 to Coal ownership is an important aspect of the utilization of coal reserves. A detailed estimate of coal ownership by type of company in the United States has been made by Schmidt. 4 This reference indicates the distribution of coal reserves with respect to ownership: public lands, oil (energy) companies, coal companies, and railroads.

Before January 1,about million tons of coal had been mined in Colorado. Applying a percent recoverability factor, ab million tons of coal is still available for mining, and ab million tons of recoverable coal is estimated to be present in Colorado in the 5, square miles.

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Coal Mining and Production Loads Per Unit of Production* Parameter Surface mining (t/t coal produced) Underground mining (t/t coal produced) Mining Techniques Contour Area Conventional Longwall Liquid effluents 1 Solid waste 10 10 3. Sixty million years ago, the area where BNI now mines coal was a vast swamp.

Plants died, fell into the water and decayed slowly. Eons later, the climate changed and rivers deposited material over the decaying vegetation. The weight of the overlying material pressed the vegetation into lignite seams. Geologists believe it took about 10 feet of decaying vegetation to form one foot of lignite.

Many U.S. coal beds are very near the ground’s surface, and about two-thirds of coal production comes from surface mines. Modern mining methods allow us to easily reach most of our coal reserves.

Due to growth in surface mining and improved mining technology, the amount of coal produced by one miner in one hour has more than tripled since Most underground coal is mined by the room and pillar method, where by rooms are cut into the coal bed leaving a series of pillars, or columns of coal, to help support the mine roof and control the flow of lly, rooms are 2, feet wide and the pillars up to feet wide.

At least 60 feet of coal was left between an underground mine and the surface, if not the surface had a higher. For British Columbians coal is king. According to Natural Resources Canada, the Province accounts for nearly half of all Canadian coal production – much of it metallurgical coal exported to Asia for the making of steel.

Coal is B.C.’s number one export commodity, accounting for $ billion of economic activity in   Massive open-pit coal mines in British Columbia are leaching high concentrations of selenium into the Elk River watershed, damaging fish populations and contaminating drinking water.

Now this pollution is flowing across the Canadian-U.S. border, threatening the quality of U.S. waters. almost two-thirds of hard coal production worldwide comes from underground mines, but in certain important coal producing countries, such as the U.S. and Australia, this proportion is significantly lower.

Underground mines are used for extracting coal deposits deeper than to feet.7 Most underground mines are less than feet underground.

hard coal – coal of gross calorific value (CV) of > kcal/kg ( GJ/t) on an ash-free but moist basis and with a mean random reflectance of vitrinite of at least Hard coal is calculated as the sum of coking coal and steam coal; brown coal – non-agglomerating coal with a gross CV of.

Canadian resources of bituminous coal and anthracite occur in six of ten provinces and in the Yukon and Northwest Territories. These higher-rank coals. coal. Surface mining, a more produc-tive type than underground mining, employs fewer mined to produce. more coal. The type of mine a company de-cides to open depends.

on 'the geo-logical formation and the depth and. location of the coal seam. Under-ground mines are used to reach coal. that lies deep below the surface. series of entries must.

coal movement measured approximately billion net ton-miles. The average coal haul distance averaged miles for all modes, with values ranging from 1 to 1, miles.

The average coal hauling cost was $ per net ton-mile with costs ranging from $$ per net ton-mile, as shown in Table The major propor­. Sub-Bituminous – A dull black coal with a higher heating value.

Bituminous – A soft, intermediate grade of coal that is the most common and most widely used in the United States. Anthracite – The hardest type of coal, consisting of nearly pure carbon.

Anthracite has the highest heating value and lowest moisture and ash content. Where is.coal mined from the seam. • Choose one of the important factors in coal mining. Describe and define the factor and its use in coal mining. Create an illustration to help explain the factor and its impact on coal mining: the role of mules in the mines - the jobs of the breaker boys in the mines - the longwall mining method of bituminous mining.

Continued strong global demand for steelmaking coal, especially in China and India, may be behind two new coal mine proposals in Canada’s British Columbia province.