U.S. Comparisons - Production

 
U.S. Coal Fields and Coal Producing Areas

Source:  Developed from the U.S. Geological Survey

Coal Production by State, 2004 (thousand tons)

State and Region

Total

Anthracite

Bituminous

Sub-Bituminous

Lignite


Alabama

22,271

--

22,271

--

--

Alaska

1,512

--

--

1,512

--

Arizona

12,731

--

12,731

--

--

Arkansas

7

--

7

--

--

Colorado

39,870

--

31,515

8,335

--

Illinois

31,853

--

31,853

--

--

Indiana

35,110

--

35,110

--

--

Kansas

71

--

71

--

--

Kentucky, Total

114,244

--

114,244

--

--

     Eastern

90,871

--

90,871

--

--

     Western

23,373

--

23,373

--

--

Louisiana

3,805

--

--

--

3,805

Maryland

5,225

--

5,225

--

--

Mississippi3,586------3,586

Missouri

578

--

578

--

--

Montana

39,989

--

--

39,607

382

New Mexico

27,250

--

13,484

13,766

--

North Dakota

29,943

--

--

--

29,943

Ohio

23,222

--

23,222

--

--

Oklahoma

1,792

--

1,792

--

--

Pennsylvania

65,996

1,679

64,317

--

--

Tennessee

2,887

--

2,887

--

--

Texas

45,863

--

40

--

45,823

Utah

21,746

--

21,746

--

--

Virginia

31,420

--

31,420

--

--

Washington

5,653

--

--

5,653

--

West Virginia, Total

147,993

--

147,993

--

--

     Northern40,646--40,646----
     Southern107,347--107,347----

Wyoming

396,493

--

20

396,473

--


Appalachian Total

389,884

1,679

388,206

--

--

Interior Total

146,038

--

92,824

--

53,215

Western Total

575,186

--

79,496

465,365

30,325


East of Miss. River

483,806

1,679

478,541

--

3,586

West of Miss. River

627,303

--

81,984

465,365

79,953


U.S. Total

1,112,099*

1,706*

561,488*

465,365

83,540


Source: U.S. DOE - Energy Information Administration, Coal Industry Annual, 2004.
(*NOTE:  U.S. Totals include 963,000 tons of Bituminous and 27,000 tons of Anthracite Refuse Recovery).

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