U.S. Thermal

W. Kentucky #1

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  • Located in the Illinois Basin, this is one of the most abundant, lowest cost sources of thermal coal in the U.S.  
  • 11 miles from the river with easy access to both domestic and international markets 
  • Production is from the #9 Seam, one of the highest quality coals found in the Illinois Basin 

W. Kentucky #2

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  • Located on the #4 Seam
  • One of the highest quality coals found in the Illinois Basin, with very high BTU and very low chlorine and ash content 
  • 37 miles from the river with easy access to both domestic and international markets

Montana

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  • Located in the northwestern region, this is the most abundant and lowest cost sources of low sulfur coal in the U.S.  
  • 19 miles from the BNSF railroad
  • Includes approximately 141 million tons of clean recoverable resources

U.S. Metallurgical

Oklahoma

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  • A high quality, low volatile coal
  • The low cost and strategic location give this coal a significant competitive advantage in domestic and import markets
  • 38 million tons of clean recoverable resources at the McCurtain underground mine and 21 million tons at the surface mines

Pennsylvania

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  • Located within the Northern Appalachian region
  • Includes 139 million tons of coal and resources  
  • Served by both the CSX and NS railroads with easy access to the river  

Metallurgical and Thermal

West Virginia

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  • Produces a high volatile Grade "B" or PCI metallurgical coal as well as abundant thermal tonnage. 
  • Consists of two active underground mines and includes with over 10 million salable metallurgical tons, an active surface mine with over 15 million tons of permitted thermal reserves, and an additional 3 million tons of metallurgical coal in the #2 Gas seam, along with a permitted coal preparation plant. 
  • Coal blends can be customized for specific customers, giving it a significant marketing advantage