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Coal | Definition of Coal at Dictionary.com

Coal definition, a black or dark-brown combustible mineral substance consisting of carbonized vegetable matter, used as a fuel. See more.

Britain breaks coal-free power record over Easter

2019-4-22 · Britain has broken its record for the longest continuous period without generating electricity from coal. National Grid said that the coal-free period lasted more than 90 hours before coming to an

Coal | World Coal Association

2019-5-18 · Coal plays a vital role in meeting global energy needs and is critical to infrastructure development - over 40% of the world's electricity and 70% of the world's steel is produced using coal.

In Australia, Coal Remains King Despite Climate Fears

2019-5-7 · Coal is Australia's second-largest income generator after iron ore, and many lawmakers welcome efforts to boost an industry that brings in A$60 billion ($42 billion) a year.

Coal Mining in Indonesia - Indonesian Coal Industry

¹ commercial solid fuels only, i.e. bituminous coal, anthracite (hard coal), lignite and brown (sub-bituminous) coal Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2017. Coal in Indonesia. Indonesia's Coal Production & Export. Indonesia is one of the world's largest producers and exporters of coal.

Coal | Energy economics | Home - BP

In the Statistical Review of World Energy, we note that global coal consumption rose by 1%, (25 mtoe), with India (4.8%, 18 Mtoe) recording the fastest growth, as demand both inside and outside of the power sector increased. We discuss reserves, production, consumption and prices.

Coal | Department of Energy

Coal is the largest domestically produced source of energy in America and is used to generate a significant chunk of our nation's electricity.

Coal - definition of coal by The Free Dictionary

coal (kōl) n. 1. a. A natural dark brown to black graphitelike material used as a fuel, formed from fossilized plants and consisting of amorphous carbon with various organic and some inorganic compounds. b. A piece of this substance. 2. A glowing or charred piece of solid fuel. 3. Charcoal. v. coaled, coal·ing, coals v.tr. 1. To burn (a combustible

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coal - Wiktionary

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coal - Wiktionary

2019-5-13 · Homophones: cole, kohl; Noun []. coal (countable and uncountable, plural coals) (uncountable) A black rock formed from prehistoric plant remains, composed largely of carbon and burned as a fuel.() A piece of coal used for burningNote that in British English either of the following examples could be used, whereas the latter would be more common in American English.

Coal mining - Wikipedia

2019-5-16 · Coal mining is the process of extracting coal from the ground. Coal is valued for its energy content, and, since the 1880s, has been widely used to generate electricity. Steel and cement industries use coal as a fuel for extraction of iron from iron ore and for cement production. In the United Kingdom and South Africa, a coal mine and its structures are a colliery, a coal mine a pit, and the

Coal - definition of coal by The Free Dictionary

coal (kōl) n. 1. a. A natural dark brown to black graphitelike material used as a fuel, formed from fossilized plants and consisting of amorphous carbon with various organic and some inorganic compounds. b. A piece of this substance. 2. A glowing or charred piece of solid fuel. 3. Charcoal. v. coaled, coal·ing, coals v.tr. 1. To burn (a combustible

Coal - Wikipedia

2019-5-19 · Coal is a combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock, formed as rock strata called coal seams. Coal is mostly carbon with variable amounts of other elements; chiefly hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen.[1] Coal is formed if dead plant matter decays into peat and over millions of years the heat and pressure of deep burial converts

What is coal? - Origin Energy

2019-5-17 · However, there are actually two main types of coal: 'thermal' coal, which is mostly used for power generation, and 'metallurgical' coal, which is mostly used for steel production.Thermal coal is more abundant, has lower carbon content and is higher in moisture than metallurgical coal.

Coal | Energy economics | Home - BP

In the Statistical Review of World Energy, we note that global coal consumption rose by 1%, (25 mtoe), with India (4.8%, 18 Mtoe) recording the fastest growth, as demand both inside and outside of the power sector increased. We discuss reserves, production, consumption and prices.

Coal - International Energy Agency

2018-12-18 · Coal. Coal supplies a third of all energy used worldwide and makes up 38% of electricity generation, as well as playing a crucial role in industries such as iron and steel.

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