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During a recent conference call, CONSOL officials said production from Northern Appalachia could begin to pick up as inventories remain tight and the company is seeing new interest for coal from the region from utilities in the Southeast, which is traditionally served by Central Appalachia coal.
Gary Miller, CONSOL Energy general manager of closed operations, agreed the Vandyke mine reclamation project served as further proof of how mining and environmental stewardship can and do co-exist.
As reasons for optimism, Brock cited declining coal inventory levels at power plants, steady natural gas prices following historic lows a year ago, a strong export market, and production issues in the Northern Appalachian region where CONSOL operates that created a tightening domestic steam coal market ahead of impending winter demand.
Brock added that CONSOL has a strong balance sheet and liquidity that complements its asset base.
Consol Energy, a publicly owned Pittsburgh-based producer of coal and natural gas, is one of the leading diversified energy companies in the United States.
22 August 2011 -- S&P on Friday placed on "positive" credit watch the BB corporate credit and other ratings on US coal and natural gas producer Consol Energy Inc (NYSE:CNX).
NEW YORK: Consol Energy Inc agreed to buy Dominion Resources Inc s Appalachian natural gas properties for $3.
Market conditions are cited by CONSOL Energy for the idling of coal production at the Buchanan Mine near Mavisdale, Va.
Health experts described Consol Suncenter as irresponsible and raised fears that children could easily access the unmanned, coin-operated beds.
Wooten, a lawyer and lobbyist from Consol Energy, a leading West Virginia mine-owner, to direct the state's Office of Miners' Health, Safety, and Training?
7% stake in US mining group Consol for Euro 218 million, to an unnamed private investor.
1987-'98, VP & Treasurer, then SVP Administration, CONSOL Inc.