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Robert Mohler says...

On 10/15/19
at 07:53 AM

Hey, so anybody know how much coal remains in the Pocahantas coalfield as of this year? It appears that 10 years ago 900 million tons remained. How long will that last? I hope a good long time, at least 75 years.

Robert Mohler

Robert Mohler says...

On 10/15/19
at 04:24 PM

I actually heard from my dad that if there were 3 billion tons originally in the field as the article says, and if there is 900 million remaining, that that would mean that at least 2 billion tons have already been mined, which is a HUGE amount of coal. Are you sure your sources are correct?

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