2 edition of Minable coal reserves of Illinois found in the catalog.
Minable coal reserves of Illinois
Gilbert H. Cady
Written in English
|Statement||by Gilbert H. Cady, in collaboration with other members of the Coal Division.|
|LC Classifications||QE105 .A16 no. 78|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||a 53009752|
(53 percent) are mineable. Most known coal reserves are in Wyoming, followed by West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Illinois. Wisconsin has no known coal deposits. (See U.S. Coal Deposits). Based on U.S. coal production in at million short tons, the U.S. estimated recoverable coal reserves would last about years. Besides the minable coal reserve, the vast deep-seated deposits of coal contain another source of energy; CBM. It is almost like natural gas with a slightly lower (10 15%) calorific value. Reserve estimates of CBM in coal ranges from to 33, TCF (78 Tm3) [5,6] as shown in Table Fig. shows the major coal basins around the.
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technology so that coal reserves are not left in the ground where they can deteriorate and not later be retrieved. Underground mining methods usually leave a significant portion of the coal reserve in the ground, Some under-ground mines recover only30 to 50 percent of the minable resource, although, averaged over all underground mines in the United. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in collaboration with State geological surveys, has been involved in the estimation of minable coal resources and categorizing them according to the estimated cost of mining and cleaning the coal.
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Minable coal reserves of Illinois. Urbana, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Gilbert H Cady; Illinois State Geological Survey.
Reserves and resources of surface-minable coal in Illinois. Urbana: Illinois State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Colin G Treworgy; Lawrence E Bengal; Amy G Dingwell.
Minable coal reserves of Illinois. Publication Type: Bulletins. Author: Gilbert H. Cady, in collaboration with other members of the Coal Division.
Year: Price: Report Out of print; Plates $ ea. Download: Report 11 MB pdf ( p.). Minable coal reserves of Illinois Welcome to the IDEALS Repository.
Titles Authors Contributors Subjects Date Series/ by: 9. Illinois,billiontons(89%)areclassifiedasdeep-minable. About44 billion tons(27%)ofthesehavethicknessand depth similar to coals currentlybeing mined inIllinois, and. Internet Archive BookReader Deep-minable coal resources of Illinois.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Deep-minable coal resources of Illinois by Treworgy, Colin G; Bargh, Margaret H. Publication date Topics Coal mines and mining, Mijnbouw, Steenkool.
RESERVES AND RESOURCES OF SURFACE-MINABLE COAL IN ILLINOIS 1 INTRODUCTION The amount of lllinois coal Minable coal reserves of Illinois book is potentially recoverable by surface mining (also called strip mining) was first esti- mated by Culver () to be 1, million tons.
In Illinois, deep-minable coal resources are distributed over 67 counties. Resources with a high potential for development are concentrated in the west-central, south- western, and southern parts of the coal field, and resources with a moderate or low potential are concentrated in the.
Coal resource maps on this page include structural elevation, depth, thickness, sulfur, and chlorine of major, potentially minable coal seams in Illinois. These include the Colchester, Danville, Davis, Dekoven, Herrin, Jamestown, Seelyville, and Springfield Coals. The maps presented here are page-sized ( × 11 inches) maps available as PDF.
To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request. Illinois has the largest known reserves of bituminous coal in the United States, having an estimated total of billion tons.
only states which have solid fuel reserves larger than Illinois, but their reserves are nearly all subbituminous coal and lignite. The Illinois total compiled in an.
Coal has been mined in 76 counties of Illinois. More than 7, coal mines have operated since commercial mining began in Illinois about ; fewer than 30 are currently active. To detail the extent and location of coal mining in Illinois, the Illinois State Geological Survey (ISGS) has compiled maps and directories of known coal mines.
Illinois Basin coal miner Foresight Energy LP slashed estimates of proven and probable coal reserves by around one-third over the previous year when it released estimates. Combined, proven and probable reserves are a measure of coal in the ground that can be economically and legally extracted.
InIllinois ranked ninth nation-wide in coal production, and the state’s annual total coal production was about 32 million tons (). Illinois is first in the nation for reserves of bituminous coal, the country’s most widely used coal rank (Illinois Depart-ment of Mines and MineralsIlli-nois Coal Association ).
Reserves are estimated to be in the range of several trillion tons (Landis, this volume). Thus coal potentially represents a much larger energy resource than that estimated for crude oil and natural gas.
In addition to minable reserves, coal has been and is being studied as a source of hydrocarbons, in particular natural gas. Surface mining accounts for nearly 50 percent of recent coal production in Illinois.
In previous publications, the Illinois State Geological Survey reported that over 20 billion tons of coal in Illinois were potentially strippable; however, current economic and environmental issues associated with surface mining have created a need for estimates of the amount of strippable coal that can be.
MINERALRESOURCESANDMINERALINDUSTRIES OFTHESPRINGFIELDREGION,ILLINOIS ABSTRACT Themineralresources,primarymineralproducingoperations.
Reserve base of bituminous coal and anthracite for underground mining in the eastern United States. Recoverable Coal Reserves at Producing Mines, Estimated Recoverable Reserves, and Demonstrated Reserve Base by Mining (million short tons) Underground - Minable Coal Surface - Minable Coal Total Coal-Resource State Recoverable Reserves at Producing Mines Estimated Recoverable Reserves Illinois 2, 27, 86, 22 10, 16.
The collection provides impressive documentation of coal mining in southern Illinois during s and s, Of note is material focusing on safety issues including reports, coal and mine safety devices, and subject files on mine disasters.
Mining organizations represented in the collection include the Illinois Coal Operators, Illinois Mining.Reserves and resources of surface-minable coal in Illinois By Colin G. Treworgy, Lawrence E. Bengal and Amy G. Dingwell Download PDF (3 MB).The most widely referenced data tables that report the coal reserves of the United States and the rest of the world are presented data reported for the United States are the Demonstrated Reserve Base (DRB) and the Estimated Recoverable Reserves (ERR) (see Table D.1); these are reported annually by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) and are described in Box