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Coal Mining

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Nonpetroleum Minerals
Coal mining locations

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 Mine Production in short tons
Mine 2012 Cumulative
1. Sandow 0 150,966,982
2. Big Brown 0 171,155,954
3. Martin Lake 5,305,315 294,859,812
    Martin Lake South Mine 1,310,805 5,916,466
4. Monticello-Thermo 719,951 42,849,720
5. Rachal 0 963,827
6. San Miguel 759,991 85,025,323
    San Miguel Area C 2,549,989 11,270,732
7. Gibbons Creek 0 30,431,174
    Gibbons Creek V 0 12,547,611
8. Calvert 1,357,420 41,543,663
9. Darco 0 6,798,881
10.Jewett 1,546,840 160,470,236
     Jewett E/F 2,680,975 31,433,415
11. South Hallsville 3,548,916 100,408,729
12. Monticello-Winfield 1,642,016 275,620,782
13. Palafox 0 5,355,519
14. Eagle Pass 0 0
15. TreviƱo 0 890,453
16. Oak Hill 3,255,563 119,762,028
17. Three Oaks 7,576,813 40,066,223
18. Bremond 0 236
19. Kosse 8,014,432 25,097,919
20. Leesburg 0 0
21. Turlington 2,978,598 5,744,027
22. Rusk 288,978 288,978
Little Bull Creek (Coleman Co.) No longer permitted 428,932
Powell Bend ( Bastrop Co.) No longer permitted 1,569,875
Thurber (Erath Co.) No longer permitted 465,984
Statewide 43,536,176 1,621,933,481

 Source: Railroad Commission of Texas

 

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