State 2013 Annual Producton 2012 Annual Producton 2011 Annual Producton
Alabama 18,628 19,455 19,381
Alaska 1,632 2,052 2,149
Arizona 7,603 7,493 8,111
Arkansas 59 98 133
Colorado 24,236 28,566 26,890
Illinois 52,256 48,763 37,938
Indiana 39,102 36,720 37,544
Kansas 22 16 37
Kentucky 80,546 90,942 108,971
Louisiana 2,810 3,971 3,865
Maryland 1,925 2,283 2,937
Mississippi 3,575 2,953 2,747
Missouri 414 422 465
Montana 42,231 36,694 42,008
New Mexico 21,969 22,452 21,922
North Dakota 27,639 27,529 28,231
Ohio 25,125 26,340 28,175
Oklahoma 1,136 1,054 1,145
Pennsylvania 55,161 55,506 59,898
Tennessee 1,098 1,090 1,547
Texas 42,851 44,178 45,904
Utah 16,977 17,016 19,648
Virginia 17,049 18,976 22,523
West Virginia 112,876 120,449 134,785
Wyoming 387,924 401,442 438,673

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Weekly Coal Production

Data for week ended: January 17, 2015  |  Release date:  January 22, 2015  |  Next release date: January 29, 2015  

Note: Beginning with the Weekly Coal Production report released on 1/8/2015, EIA is utilizing a new estimation methodology. In addition, EIA is publishing regional and national original coal production estimates, however state-level original coal estimates will no longer be published. State-level monthly and weekly revised estimates will continue to be published.



For the week ended January 17, 2015:
  • Estimated U.S. coal production totaled approximately 19.4 million short tons (mmst)
  • This production estimate is 2.5% higher than last week's estimate and 1.1% lower than the production estimate in the comparable week in 2014
  • East of the Mississippi River coal production totaled 8.1 mmst
  • West of the Mississippi River coal production totaled 11.3 mmst
  • U.S. year-to-date coal production totaled 45.8 mmst, 1.8% higher than the comparable year-to-date coal production in 2014

Annual coal production by state

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Weekly coal production estimates by region
 
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Current estimates contain both current EIA original estimates (shaded) and revised estimates (not shaded). The revised estimates (not shaded) include the most recent MSHA data available as of the release date of the table. Most recent MSHA data available are for the third quarter of 2014.

Weekly coal production estimation methodology

Revised and original estimates:
Historical data files

Revised estimate tables include the most recent MSHA data available, which are for the third quarter of 2014, and the tables contain only revised estimates.

Original estimate tables contain only EIA original estimates, unrevised.

See also:
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