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Table of Contents - US EPA

2016-3-31 · GEI Consultants, Inc. 3 April 2011 092884 Coal Ash Impoundment SSA Report PacifiCorp Wyodak Power Station . 2.0 Description of Project Facilities . 2.1 General . The Wyodak Station is a coal-fired power plant consisting of one unit that has a nameplate capacity of 362 megawatts (MW). The power plant is located approximately 5 miles east of

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Wyodak Resources | Black Hills Corporation

2016-11-22 · In operation since 1923, Wyodak Resources Development Corporation is the oldest continuously operating surface coal mine in the United States and the oldest coal mine in the Powder River Basin. Located near Gillette, Wyoming and a subsidiary of Black Hills Corporation, the Wyodak Mine places a high emphasis on safety and environmental compliance.

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A Critical Review of Published Coal Quality Data From the ...

2011-8-12 · Open-File Report 2011–1148 A Critical Review of Published Coal Quality . ... Wyodak-Anderson coal zone in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming, ... very limited production from coal beds in both the Fort Union and Wasatch Formations has occurred. Lacking the relatively thick, shallow coal

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WYODAK RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CORP. v. USA,

Prior to 2006, Wyodak paid the higher reclamation fee for non-lignite coal for all of its coal production. Stip. ¶ 10. Based on Mr. Hoeft’s reports, Wyodak subsequently concluded that it was entitled to pay the lower lignite reclamation fee on 12.3 percent of its total mined coal.

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History of the Wyodak Mine | Black Hills Corporation

Over the years, the Wyodak Mine grew. In 1983, we successfully bid on two coal leases for federal lands adjacent to Wyodak, expanding its already vast coal reserves. In 1995, we closed the South Pit, ending one chapter in Wyodak’s long history. During the course of 36 years, 55.5 million tons of coal

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Coal Mining at WYODAK MINE (MSHA 4800083)

2011-11-18 · North Antelope Rochelle is the highest production coal mine in the country, and the accident was the first coal mining fatality in the state since a 2008 accident at the Wyodak Mine. While the exact cause is still being investigated by several state and federal organizations, it appears that a failure of the cables on the tongs may have ...

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Active Wyoming Coal Mine Statistics - Google Sheets

PRB Coal Zone: Producing Beds: Seam Thickness : Bedding Dip in° Calculated Overburden: Stripping Ratio (bank cubic yards/ton) BTU/lb from mine permit: Coal Rank: Mine Type: 2011 Production in tons (MSHA) 2012 Production in tons (MSHA) 2012 state mine inspector production (tons) 2013 MSHA Production in Tons: 2013 state mine inspector production ...

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Wyodak Mine - Global Energy Monitor

2020-7-11 · According to vice president of regulatory and governmental affairs for Black Hills Corporation Kyle White, mining operations at the Wyodak mine will supply the Black Hills and MDU Resources Group's Wygen Unit 3, scheduled to be online in June 2010, from across Interstate 90. White said the remaining coal is about 50 to 75 feet below the surface ...

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Wyoming coal production, jobs cut in 2012 | Energy

2013-10-7 · Wyoming coal production, jobs cut in 2012 ... Corp.-owned Wyodak mine cut more than 40 percent of its work force over the same period. ... product in 2012 — more than a 50 percent jump from 2011 ...

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(PDF) The effects of hydrothermal treatment on

Wyodak coal by liquid water in the range 150-350°C in terms of its structure. ... work, ueatment at 250OC promoted the production of coal . tar, albeit at a lower level. The fact that . tar .

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WYODAK RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CORP. v. USA,

Prior to 2006, Wyodak paid the higher reclamation fee for non-lignite coal for all of its coal production. Stip. ¶ 10. Based on Mr. Hoeft’s reports, Wyodak subsequently concluded that it was entitled to pay the lower lignite reclamation fee on 12.3 percent of its total mined coal.

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Coal Mining at WYODAK MINE - Coal Diver

North Antelope Rochelle is the highest production coal mine in the country, and the accident was the first coal mining fatality in the state since a 2008 accident at the Wyodak Mine. While the exact cause is still being investigated by several state and federal organizations, it appears that a failure of the cables on the tongs may have ...

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Low carbon renewable natural gas production from

2017-9-18 · More recent empirical data from wells in the Wyodak and Big George coal zones has shown an average of 8 years of production with the average peak production rate

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(PDF) The effects of hydrothermal treatment on

Wyodak coal by liquid water in the range 150-350°C in terms of its structure. ... work, ueatment at 250OC promoted the production of coal . tar, albeit at a lower level. The fact that . tar .

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Development of the Wyodak Coalbed Methane

Abstract Just over ten years ago, coal bed methane production from Wyoming's Powder River Basin was virtually non-existent. Today, total gas production from Powder River Basin coals is almost 1 Bcf per day from nearly 10,000 wells. This tremendo

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Preliminary Report on Coal Resources of the Wyodak ...

2011-1-4 · The highest coal production in the Region is from the Wyoming part of the Powder River Basin, from the Wyodak-Anderson coal zone. According to figures from the Energy Information Administration (EIA, 1998) the total coal production for 1997 from the Northern Rocky Mountains and Great Plains Region (all coal produced in

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Wyoming coal production, jobs cut in 2012 | Energy

2013-10-7 · Production was also up nearly 7 percent at Westmoreland Coal Co.’s Kemmerer mine, with total production in 2012 hitting 4.6 million tons. Reach energy reporter Adam Voge at 307-266-0561, or

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Wyoming’s coal-fired economy is coming to an end

Wind power production in the state — which, like coal, is taxed — has the potential to provide the same stabilizing financial influence, but it will need to grow tremendously to do so.

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A Critical Review of Published Coal Quality Data From the ...

2011-8-12 · the coal quality data issues exceeded the scope of the assess-ment, a more thorough discussion of the coal quality data review is presented separately in this report. Coal quality is one of the major factors in the marketability . of coal and is an important parameter in economic evaluations.

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PacifiCorp: early closure of Wyo coal plants saves $599 ...

PacifiCorp and its 1.9 million utility customers could save $599 million by retiring several coal-fired electrical generating units in Wyoming and elsewhere — including early closures at the Jim Bridger and Naughton plants — according to a company analysis unveiled last week.

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Development of the Wyodak Coalbed Methane

Abstract Just over ten years ago, coal bed methane production from Wyoming's Powder River Basin was virtually non-existent. Today, total gas production from Powder River Basin coals is almost 1 Bcf per day from nearly 10,000 wells. This tremendo

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Permeability dynamic variation of coal under various ...

Although an extensive literature has emerged on the use of low-field nuclear magnetic resonance (LFNMR) relaxation spectrometry for the determination of various petrophysical properties of conventional reservoir rocks, relative few papers have reported the use of LFNMR discovering coal characterizations, especially the permeability dynamic variation.

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Wyodak Resources Development Corp. v. Wyoming

Wyodak’s calculations artificially moved the mouth of the mine significantly closer to the coal face, thereby reducing its direct mining costs and, accordingly, the taxable value of its coal. [¶12] In 2013, Wyodak filed amended returns for production years 2009, 2010 and 2011.

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(PDF) The effects of hydrothermal treatment on

Wyodak coal by liquid water in the range 150-350°C in terms of its structure. ... work, ueatment at 250OC promoted the production of coal . tar, albeit at a lower level. The fact that . tar .

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A Critical Review of Published Coal Quality Data From the ...

2011-8-12 · the coal quality data issues exceeded the scope of the assess-ment, a more thorough discussion of the coal quality data review is presented separately in this report. Coal quality is one of the major factors in the marketability . of coal and is an important parameter in economic evaluations.

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Wyodak Mine - Global Energy Monitor

2021-1-25 · According to vice president of regulatory and governmental affairs for Black Hills Corporation Kyle White, mining operations at the Wyodak mine will supply the Black Hills and MDU Resources Group's Wygen Unit 3, scheduled to be online in June 2010, from across Interstate 90. White said the remaining coal is about 50 to 75 feet below the surface ...

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Black Hills cuts 14% of Wyodak payroll -

Ashton noted that the complex would continue to serve the five coal-fired generation stations at the nearby Neil Simpson Complex. Ashton did not say what impact the lay-offs would have on its whole-year production for 2012. Wyodak’s output goal is 4.5 million tons for 2012. It produced 5.6Mt in 2011.

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Statement R - Part I Wyodak Resources Development

2012-5-17 · Please provide the Statement R calculation for affiliate coal purchases contained in the Fuel and Purchased Power Adjustment.\r (1) (2) (3) Line No. Total Company: ... 2 Total Coal Sold - Wyodak Plant. 2,496,833 3. Total Coal Sold - All Except Wyodak 3,194,923. 4 Total Tons Sold - BHP Wyodak. ... 2011. Author: Wentz, Erin Created Date ...

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Powder River Coal wants to develop mine in crowded

Titan Holding Group Inc., now known as Powder River Coal Corp., wants to get into the very expensive, large-scale coal production seen in the Powder River Basin, the dominant coal production region in the U.S., announcing March 19 that it is working on development of PRB mining.. Titan said it has changed its business description change to that of a mining and exploration company.

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Campbell County, Wyoming | WyoHistory.org

2021-3-3 · Campbell County, in northeastern Wyoming, is part of the Powder River Basin, which stretches from the crest of the Bighorn Mountains to the western Black Hills.A perfect habitat for the North American bison and other large mammals, for generations the region was a valued hunting ground for American Indians, especially the Lakota Sioux.

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