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How much coal is left?

Compared to natural gas, the US is using proportionately less coal than it once did for generating electricity. "Proportional," though, doesn't necessarily means less overall. In fact, despite some up-and-down fluctuations, coal consumption in the US has been hovering at around 1 billion short tons per year since 1996, according to the US Energy Information…

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