Operations

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Our assets include a 25 percent undivided interest in and operational control over CONSOL Energy’s Pennsylvania mining complex. The Pennsylvania mining complex has three underground mines: Bailey, Enlow Fork and Harvey, and related infrastructure.


Bailey Mine

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  • Longwall mining operations began in 1984
  • First mine to be developed at the PA mining complex
  • Reserves: 271.8 million tons
  • Thermal & high-vol met coal
  • Production units:
    • 2 longwalls
    • 7 continuous mining sections
  • Average annual production capacity: 11.5 million tons
  • 2015: 10.2 million tons and 2014: 12.3 million tons of coal

Enlow Fork Mine

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  • Longwall mining operations began in 1991
  • Reserves: 316.2 million tons
  • Thermal & high-vol met coal
  • Production units:
    • 2 longwalls
    • 7 continuous mining sections
  • Average annual production capacity: 11.5 million tons
  • 2015: 9.0 million tons and 2014: 10.6 million tons of coal

Harvey Mine

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  • Longwall mining operations began in 2014
  • Reserves: 203.5 million tons
  • Thermal & high-vol met coal
  • Production units:
    • 1 longwall
    • 4 continuous mining sections
  • Average annual production capacity: 5.5 million tons
  • 2015: 3.6 million tons and 2014: 3.2 million tons of coal
  • Underground Training Academy

Centralized Coal Processing Facility

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  • Washes and processes up to 8,200 tons of coal per hour
  • Nine raw coal silos with aggregate storage capacity of 153,000 tons
  • Six clean coal silos with an aggregate storage capacity of 132,500 tons
  • Onsite logistics infrastructure, includes dual-batch train loadout facility

Train Loadout Facility

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  • Dual-batch facility that operates 24/7 and loads up to 9,000 tons of coal per hour and ten unit trains per day
    • Highest capacity in the east
  • 19.3 miles of track that includes three side tracks
  • Accommodates multiple unit trains for increased efficiency
  • Coal blending capabilities to suit customers specifications
  • Online quality monitoring systems analyze coal quality as rail car is loaded within 0.03 sulfur