As Natural Gas Creeps In, King Coal's Reign Fades

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Bill Bissett, president, Kentucky Coal Association
James Stevenson, associate director of coal, IHS CERA

Coal accounts for much of the world's energy supply, but the United States has seen a decline in coal production. The natural gas industry is booming in the U.S. and many in coal country fear for the future of their industry and their livelihood.

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