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Listen: PRB coal users find flexibility key as power generators pressured

Powder River Basin coal buyers met recently outside Chicago and expressed long-term optimism that the using PRB coal would offer some stability -- including with prices -- despite changes to the US power generation landscape. Jeff McDonald, associate coal editor, talks with Andrew Moore, managing editor of Coal Trader, about what PRB insiders are dealing with at the moment, including the MATS rule, competition from natural gas, and struggles with stockpiles.


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