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Chinese Coexist With Coal | The New York Times | see

Inside a Small Coal Mine in Sichuan, China | see

Accident at Mamiao Coal Mine, Sichuan, China | see

The changing face of China's coal industry | see

China's sole undersea coal mine to shut down | see

China Coal | see

China's Centuries Old Underground Coal Fires | China Uncensored | see

The Devastating Effects of Pollution in China (Part 1/2) | see

Sandaoling | see

China's struggle to kick its coal habit | see

Fire sparks of Steam in Sandaoling Coal Mine Railway China (Dec.2016) 2 噴火する三道嶺炭鉱の蒸気機関車 (2016.12)2 | see

Advanced equipment in China's largest coal mine | see

Bergwerk Fushun (China)/ Coal Mine Fushun (China) | see

China, Coal Dust Briquet Production | see

Why has China banned Australian coal? | ABC News | see

The coal mines of Cumberland, B.C. and the Japanese and Chinese people who worked them | see

Death penalty for ‘godfather’ of Chinese coal mining town over millions in bribes | see

Coal Mining in China | see

Inside The World's Cleanest Power Plant - In China | Coming Clean About Green | CNA Insider | see

Huangdan Coal Train, Sichuan, China | see

China unveils extra large coal mine drilling and anchoring machine | see

China's coal mining industry | see

An uncertain future for China's coal capital | see

China-Coal Mine Outburst | see

Made in Germany | Coal Mining Technology | see

Coal mining cats of China | see

chinese coal mining machines | see

Collapsed coal mines turned into solar power plants in north China | see

China closes coal mines, cuts coal production | see

Rising coal prices linked to miners' deaths in China | see

Sandaoling Fire Breathing Steam Locomotives | see

A day of Steam Locomotive in Sandaoling Coal Mine 4K | see

Steam of Sandaoling Coal Mine Railway China(Dec.2009) 1 中国・三道嶺炭鉱鉄道の蒸気機関車(2009年12月)1 | see

NE China coal mine accident | see

Zaojiatun Coal Mine and Narrow Gauge Railway, China, 2007 | see

Minefield for China coal workers - 26-Dec-07 | see

Gold mining practices at south western China mine | see

Eliminating hazards in coal mines in China | see

China builds world’s largest floating solar power plant on flooded coal mining region | see

Northwest China coal mine accident | see

All 21 trapped miners confirmed dead in NW China coal mine accident | see

21 killed, 29 injured in coal mine accident in N China | see

20 killed, 30 injured in coal mine accident in N China | see

Rescue Underway for 18 Trapped in Coal Mine in China's Shandong | see

Twenty-one coal miners dead after Chinese mine collapse | see

China coal mine explosion kills nearly 50 people | see

China - Coal loading and out of the mine, Sandaoling December 2016 | see

21 killed in Coal Mine Mishap in China | see

32 killed in North China's Chifeng coal mine explosion | see

China-Australia clean coal cooperation: Live from Yancoal mine in NSW (Part II) | see

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.