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All eyes on energy revenue

Jun 20, 2012 By Steve Peck, Publisher

Wyoming industrial history will record 2011 and 2012 as a period when two of the state's most-powerful economic engines -- the production of coal and natural ...


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Wyoming coal is taking a hit in 2012 as market demand contracts following a warm winter and surplus inventory. Proposed federal regulations on emissions from coal-fired power plants cast further uncertainty over Wyoming's coal production, still far and away the largest in the nation. This huge shovel-truck combination was photographed in May at the Kemmerer Mine. Photo by Don Warfield

Wyoming coal is taking a hit in 2012 as market demand contracts following a warm winter and surplus inventory. Proposed federal regulations on emissions from coal-fired power plants cast further uncertainty over Wyoming's coal production, still far and away the largest in the nation. This huge shovel-truck combination was photographed in May at the Kemmerer Mine. Photo by Don Warfield


Wyoming coal is taking a hit in 2012 as market demand contracts following a warm winter and surplus inventory. Proposed federal regulations on emissions from coal-fired power plants cast further uncertainty over Wyoming's coal production, still far and away the largest in the nation. This huge shovel-truck combination was photographed in May at the Kemmerer Mine. Photo by Don Warfield

Wyoming coal is taking a hit in 2012 as market demand contracts following a warm winter and surplus inventory. Proposed federal regulations on emissions from coal-fired power plants cast further uncertainty over Wyoming's coal production, still far and away the largest in the nation. This huge shovel-truck combination was photographed in May at the Kemmerer Mine. Photo by Don Warfield

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