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    Coal

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    Coal In the world today, Coal is one of the most used Fossil Fuels in America. The black gold, which I like to call it, affects America in so many different ways. Have no worries coal is no where from becoming extinct or replaced. "Coal will be popular big time, in 2005," says Jim Thompson, who edits the weekly report U.S. Coal Review out of Knoxville, Tenn. "There will be more test bums than ever." In Wyoming alone they shipped out over four hundred million tons. I can’t even imagine how

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    Coal

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    Introduction Coal is the most abundant fossil fuel produced in the United States. Hundreds of millions of years ago swamps occurred in areas where coal is now existing. Coal is one of the world’s most significant sources of energy, fuelling almost 40% of electricity worldwide. Coal has been the world’s fastest growing energy source in recent years – faster than gas, oil, nuclear, hydro and renewables. Extraction When extracting this precious coal from either an open pit or an

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    coal

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    fossilized carbon, or better known as ‘coal’, is one of the world’s leading sources of energy for the production of Electricity. Although coal is utilized for many other requirements such as refining metal, it is predominately burned for the production of heat and electricity. Coal is a fossil fuel, meaning that the process in which it became too be was through the decomposition of dead plant and animal matter which is referenced as ‘peat’. Different forms of Coal are created when Geological processes

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    Coal

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    Coal Coal, a product of decay from plants older than 350 million years, is an integral part of energy production in the United States. Coal provides 56.9% of electricity generation in the United States.[1] With many different types of coal found in different states, the U.S. remains second to Russia in the number of estimated worldwide coal reserves.[2] Between the years of 1885-1950, coal was the most important fuel. One half ton of coal produced as much energy as two tons of wood and at half

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    Got Coal?

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    Got Coal? In this essay, I hope to inform the reader about the variations in Pennsylvania’s coals, explain the differing methods of coal mining, and provide insights into the use of coal. Although Pennsylvania’s coal reserves have dwindled, coal is still one of the major energy forms used for electric power generation. Widespread use of alternative energy forms have not yet taken place, although this is an area that needs to develop further, if we don’t want to exhaust our current reserves

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    Coal Energy

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    At a coal-fired power plant, coal is crushed into powder that is burned to produce heat. That heat is then used to make steam that turns a turbine to create electricity. Coal itself is a fossil fuel that was mostly formed about 300 million years ago, though some of it is as young as 1 million years old and it continues to form. During the time it was formed most of the earth was covered in swampy areas. Coal formed when vegetation, which is full of carbon, sunk to the bottom of swamps and eventually

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    The Importance Of Coal

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    Coal is the most important fossil fuel around the world and vital for its energy security. In the process of development, coal mining is one of the major industries, which is contributing towards the pollution of the environment. The power sector is the bigger consumer followed by industrial sector (steel and cement manufacturing units). It also assures the energy supply which is important for any country's development. Coal is still remains essential in producing a diverse and balanced energy mix

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    Coal Essay

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    Coal is a non-living resource and a non-renewable resource; it can be defined as a resource that is being consumed at a faster rate than it can be replaced. Coal is formed from the compression of vegetable matter over millions of years. Coal is used to power electricity and a range of everyday products that will be discussed throughout the report and is mined underground or in an open pit. Questions needed to be asked to determine how long the resource will last. • How much of the resource remains

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    the importance of coal

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    accessories. These countries are heavily dependent on coal, and there is a tremendous importance of improving the technology by which they extract and use coal. Coal is the largest source of electricity generation worldwide. It is also used in the steel and cement industry. The coal industry in developing countries will have a vital role in the next decades; with economic and social repercussions resulting from the approach governments take towards it. Coal started to form about 300 million years ago. It

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    How Coal Is Formed

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    How Coal Is Formed Coal is a very important fossil fuel. Without coal, steel would never have been invented and could have changed my life dramatically. The reason for this is because I am from Pittsburgh. At one point in time Pittsburgh was the leading producer of steel, and even had the nickname “The Steel City.” During the early 1900’s, steel factories were the main source of an income for people living in Pittsburgh. Working in these steel factories has been a part of my family’s past

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