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Abandoned Coal Mine and Factory (Cumberland, BC) | see

Nanaimo's Coal Mining History | see

Union Bay Coal Piles - Most Contaminated Site on Vancouver Island | see

Blue Grouse Mine on Vancouver island! | see

Driving in Cumberland BC Canada - Vancouver Island - Former Coal Mining Town/City | see

Ladysmith, BC Abandoned Mine Exploration! 4K: VLOG #1 | see

Coal Fever on Vancouver Island - The 35:00 Documentary - Raven Coal, Buckley Bay | see

BlackTrackTour of old coal mining and railroad sites.... | see

Coal Valley: The story of B.C.'s quiet water contamination crisis | see

Myra Falls Mine 1 | see

INSIDE A REAL COPPER MINE - Britannia Mine | see

Abandoned mine run Vancouver Island Nov 2017 | see

Communities looking for coal mine answers | see

Coal Mines In Eastern Ukraine Threatened By Rising Water | see

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

Bevan Coal Mine | see

4Sue Moen - Statement of purpose-Coal.mines.wmv | see

Quinsam Coal | see

Sparwood BC (British Columbia) Canada - Driving in Coal Mining Town - Large Green Truck | see

Raven Coal Mine's Port Proposal for Alberni | see

Coal Mining in BC: Jocelyne Allard, Haul Truck Operator, USW | see

Contaminated Mine Site Clean up - Quinsam/Raven Coal/Mt Wash Copper Mine Preview | see

Raven Coal Project Moves Forward | see

Island Mining | see

Finding AMBER & fossils in British Columbia | see

Black Track Morden Mine tour | see

Nanaimo Coal Mine Presentation | see

Drac's Castle | Vancouver Island | Courtenay BC | see

Joe Foy on the Raven Coal Mine | see

This Week in History Ep. 14 - Cumberland Mine Disaster | see

2012 10 15 Island Opposition to the Raven Coal Project | see

Nanaimo Mine map movie 1 | see

Coal Mining History - Shaw TV Nanaimo | see

2011 06 Raven Coal Protest | see

Ground Zero -Raven Coal Mine -Coal Watch | see

Miners' artifacts. Part two. | see

2013 05 01 TV Interview - Why Raven Coal Mine is a bad idea | see

Union leaders representing coal mining industry plead their case | see

Gold Trails and Ghost Towns - Cumberland | see

Coal Fever (Short Version) | see

The Silver Cup Mine | see

Coal Mine Protest Taken to Harper | see

skirt mines | see

Coal Mining in BC: Norma McDougall, Manager, Sparwood Chamber of Commerce | see


Underground railway tour at BC's Britannia Mine Museum | see

2011 06 TV interview of Joe Foy on the Raven Coal Mine | see

Morden Colliery: its historical and contemporary significance. | see

2010 Raven Coal Protest | 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.