State 2014 Annual Producton 2013 Annual Producton 2012 Annual Producton
Alabama 16,377 18,628 19,455
Alaska 1,502 1,632 2,052
Arizona 8,051 7,603 7,493
Arkansas 94 59 98
Colorado 24,007 24,236 28,566
Illinois 58,025 52,256 48,763
Indiana 39,267 39,102 36,720
Kansas 66 22 16
Kentucky 77,468 80,546 90,942
Louisiana 2,605 2,810 3,971
Maryland 1,978 1,925 2,283
Mississippi 3,737 3,575 2,953
Missouri 363 414 422
Montana 44,562 42,231 36,694
New Mexico 21,963 21,969 22,452
North Dakota 29,157 27,639 27,529
Ohio 22,258 25,125 26,340
Oklahoma 904 1,136 1,054
Pennsylvania 61,877 55,161 55,506
Tennessee 839 1,098 1,090
Texas 43,654 42,851 44,178
Utah 17,934 16,977 17,016
Virginia 15,507 17,049 18,976
West Virginia 112,187 112,876 120,449
Wyoming 395,665 387,924 401,442

Coal

Weekly Coal Production

Release date:  February 11, 2016  |  Next release date: February 18, 2016   |  Archive

For the week ended February 6, 2016

  • Estimated U.S. coal production totaled approximately 12.9 million short tons (mmst)
  • This production estimate is 5.4% lower than last week's estimate and 30.1% lower than the production estimate in the comparable week in 2015
  • East of the Mississippi River coal production totaled 5.1 mmst
  • West of the Mississippi River coal production totaled 7.8 mmst
  • U.S. year-to-date coal production totaled 69.6 mmst, 32.1% lower than the comparable year-to-date coal production in 2015

Overview


Weekly coal production estimates by region

Data & methodology

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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 2015.

Weekly coal production estimation methodology

Comparison Model Performance vs Actual


Revised and original estimates (weekly and monthly)

Revised estimate tables include the most recent MSHA data available, which are for the third quarter of 2015, and the tables contain only revised estimates.

Original estimate tables contain only EIA original estimates, unrevised.

Annual coal production by state

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thousand short tons

State 2014 Annual Producton 2013 Annual Producton 2012 Annual Producton
Alabama 16,377 18,628 19,455
Alaska 1,502 1,632 2,052
Arizona 8,051 7,603 7,493
Arkansas 94 59 98
Colorado 24,007 24,236 28,566
Illinois 58,025 52,256 48,763
Indiana 39,267 39,102 36,720
Kansas 66 22 16
Kentucky 77,468 80,546 90,942
Louisiana 2,605 2,810 3,971
Maryland 1,978 1,925 2,283
Mississippi 3,737 3,575 2,953
Missouri 363 414 422
Montana 44,562 42,231 36,694
New Mexico 21,963 21,969 22,452
North Dakota 29,157 27,639 27,529
Ohio 22,258 25,125 26,340
Oklahoma 904 1,136 1,054
Pennsylvania 61,877 55,161 55,506
Tennessee 839 1,098 1,090
Texas 43,654 42,851 44,178
Utah 17,934 16,977 17,016
Virginia 15,507 17,049 18,976
West Virginia 112,187 112,876 120,449
Wyoming 395,665 387,924 401,442