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Va. coal exports decline 11.2% YOY in November 2019

Coal exports from the Hampton Roads port facilities in Virginia dropped 11.2% year over year to 2.8 million tons in November 2019, according to data released Jan. 2 by the Virginia Maritime Association.

At Norfolk Southern Corp.'s Lamberts Point facility, which primarily handles metallurgical coal, exports increased 0.4% year over year to nearly 1.2 million tons.

Exports from Kinder Morgan Inc.'s Pier IX facility, which mostly handles thermal coal, declined 23.9% year over year to 503,209 tons of coal, compared with 661,206 tons in November 2018.

Dominion Terminal Associates LLP, owned by coal producers Contura Energy Inc. and Arch Coal Inc., saw its coal exports drop 15.4% year over year to about 1.1 million tons.

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