United States of America (USA) Coal Mining Market by Reserves and Production, Assets and Projects, Fiscal Regime including Taxes and Royalties, Key Players and Forecast, 2021-2026

Pages: 69 Published: July 26, 2022 Report Code: GDMMC0053MR

After declining for three years in a row, the US’s coal mine production recovered by 7.9% year on year (YoY) in 2021, primarily due to recovery from COVID-19-related disruptions that significantly affected the previous year’s production. In 2021, the US’ thermal and metallurgical coal production was 470.8Mt and 53.6Mt, respectively. Thermal coal accounted for 89.8%, with metallurgical accounting for the remainder.US coal mine production is expected to remain flat over the forecast period (2022–26), at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 0.1%, to reach 545Mt in 2026. Coal output will be affected by the gradual closure of mines such as Buckskin, San Juan, Kemmerer, Coal Creek, Black Butte and Leucite Hills, Trapper, Absaloka and the Cadiz Mining Complex, which produced a combined 20.5Mt of coal in 2021.

Scope

The report contains an overview of the US coal mining industry including key demand driving factors affecting the US coal mining industry. It provides detailed information on reserves, reserves by country, production, competitive landscape, major operating mines, major exploration, and development projects.

Reasons to Buy

Comprehensive evaluation of the impact of COVID-19 on the US coal industry

To gain an understanding of the the US coal mining industry, relevant driving factors

To understand historical and forecast trend on the US coal production

To identify key players in the the US coal mining industry

To identify major active, exploration and development projects in the US

Key Players

Peabody Energy

Arch Resources Inc.

Alliance Resource Partners LP

NACCO Industries Inc.

CONSOL Energy

Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Reserves, Production and Prices

2.1 Reserves and Proximate Analysis

Proven coal reserves by country and province

Proximate Analysis

2.2 Coal Production

Production by Grade

Production by Company

Production by State and Basin

2.3 Coal Prices

3 Coal Assets

3.1 Active Mines

3.2 Development Projects

3.3 Exploration Projects

4 Demand and Exports

4.1 Coal Consumption

Consumption by Type

4.2 Coal Exports

Coal exports by major ports

4.3 US Electricity Generation

4.4 Retiring coal-fired plants

5 Major Coal Producers

5.1 Peabody Energy

5.2 Arch Resources Inc.

5.3 Alliance Resource Partners LP

5.4 NACCO Industries Inc.

5.5 CONSOL Energy

6 Fiscal Regime

6.1 Governing Bodies

Federal Governing Bodies

State Governing Bodies

6.2 Laws and Regulations

Federal Laws

State Laws

6.3 Licenses and Leases

Coal Mining Lease

Exploratory License

Federal Permits

State Permits

6.4 Rights and Obligations

Rights

Obligations

6.5 Taxes and Royalties

Federal Reclamation Fee

Royalty

Mining Claim Fees

State Fees

Corporate Tax Rates

Real Property Tax

7 Appendix

7.1 Abbreviations

7.2 Methodology

7.3 Coverage

7.4 Secondary Research

7.5 Development Likelihood

List of Tables

Table 1: Coal reserves by country (billion tonnes), 2020

Table 2: Proximate analysis by country (billion tonnes), 2022

Table 3: Coal production by type (million tonnes), 2006–26

Table 4: Historical and forecast coal production by grade (million tonnes), 2006–26

Table 5: Production by company (million tonnes), 2022

Table 6: Coal production by state (million tonnes), 2020 vs 2021

Table 7: Coal production by basin (million tonnes), 2020 vs 2021

Table 8: Central Appalachian coal spot prices* ($/tonne), 2000–20

Table 9: Active mines, 2022

Table 10: Development projects, 2022

Table 11: Exploration projects, 2022

Table 12: Coal consumption by end use (million tonnes), 2006–26

Table 13: Coal consumption by type (million tonnes), 2006–26

Table 14: Coal exports by country (million tonnes), 2021

Table 15: Historical and forecast coal exports (million tonnes), 2006–26

Table 16: US electricity generation by source (billion kWh), 2006–26

Table 17: List of retired coal-fired plants in the US, 2021

Table 18: Coal-fired power plants retiring in the US, 2022–26

Table 19: List of future closing coal-fired plants in the US, 2022–26, cont.,

Table 20: Peabody Energy, major projects, 2022

Table 21: Arch Resources Inc., major projects, 2022

Table 22: Alliance Resource Partners LP, major projects, 2022

Table 23: NACCO Industries Inc., major projects, 2022

Table 24: CONSOL Energy, major projects, 2022

Table 25: National level mining governing bodies and agencies, 2022

Table 26: State level mining governing bodies and agencies, 2022

Table 27: Anthracite coal mining application fees, 2022

Table 28: Bituminous coal surface mining application fees, 2022

Table 29: Bituminous coal underground mining application fees, 2022

Table 30: Non-coal mining application fees, 2022

Table 31: Excise tax rates, 2022

Table 32: Coal royalty rates (%), 2022

Table 33: Mining claim fees (new claims), before September 1, 2019

Table 34: Mining claim fees (new claims), on or after September 1, 2019

Table 35: Mining claim fees (existing claims), 2022

Table 36: Processing fees to apply for waiver in maintenance fees for existing claims, 2022

Table 37: Processing fees for transfer of interest/amended notice of location, 2022

Table 38: Disposition of occupation tax revenue, 2022

Table 39: Tennessee mining fees ($), 2022

Table 40: Alaska mining license tax on net income (%), 2022

Table 41: West Virginia coal severance tax rate (%), 2022

Table 42: Montana coal severance tax rate (%), 2022

Table 43: Nevada, net proceeds tax rates (%), 2022

Table 44: State corporate tax rates (%), as of January 2022

List of Figures

Figure 1: Proved coal reserves by country (%), 2020

Figure 2: Historic and forecast coal production by type (million tonnes), 2006–26

Figure 3: Historic and forecast coal production by grade (million tonnes), 2006–26

Figure 4: Share of US coal production by company (%), 2021

Figure 5: Coal production by state and basin (%), 2021

Figure 6: Central Appalachian coal spot prices* ($/tonne), 2000–20

Figure 7: Coal consumption for electricity generation (million tonnes), 2011–21

Figure 8: Coal consumption by end use (million tonnes), 2006–26

Figure 9: Coal consumption by type (million tonnes), 2006–26

Figure 10: Exports by country (%), 2010 vs 2021

Figure 11: Coal exports (million tonnes), 2006–26

Figure 12: Exports by customs district, 2020-2021

Figure 13: US electricity generation by source (%), 2010–26

Figure 14: Coal production by company (million tonnes), 2020 vs 2021

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