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Listen: Will US coal be left out in the cold this winter?

The cold winter had many in the US coal industry hoping for sustained demand increases and higher prices. But as Andrew Moore, managing editor of Platts Coal Trader, explains, prices for Powder River Basin and Central Appalachian coal didn't react quite as expected, and now transportation issues are compounding issues for utilities that rely on coal.


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