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How industry can work as a team with the Bureau to boost coal mining productivity.

Authors
Yancik-JJ
Source
Coal Age 1975 Jul; 80(8):99-103
NIOSHTIC No.
10009620
Abstract
The Bureau of Mines has been given the lead role in planning and implementing a long-range coal extraction program that could cost the federal government as much as $450 million in the next 5 years. The near-term goal of this program is to develop technologies that will result in significant increases in production, efficiency, and resource recovery with present surface and underground mining methods. The long-term goal is to develop efficient mining methods for the more difficult or deeper coal seams. Implementation of the extraction research and development program will be done largely through contracts.
CODEN
COLAA7
Publication Date
19750701
Document Type
OP; Journal Article
Fiscal Year
1975
Identifying No.
OP 95-75
Issue of Publication
8
ISSN
0009-9910
Source Name
Coal Age
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Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division