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A man holding coal in his hands

Coal Powers Our Daily Life

We are committed to providing that resource to communities across the nation. We strive to do our jobs safely, compliantly and in a way that positively impacts the communities in which we live and work.

The CONSOL Energy that we know today holds some of the best coal assets in the world. We own and operate the Pennsylvania Mining Complex, the Baltimore Marine Terminal, and control over 1 billion tons of undeveloped reserves.

Staying true to our core values

The Appalachian Region is, once again, a global energy powerhouse. CONSOL Energy is changing too. But our core values will never change. They are:
  • Safety – for all employees, contractors and communities in which we live and work.
  • Compliance¬†– with both the letter and spirit of applicable laws and regulations.
  • Continuous Improvement – in both processes and performance.

Mining Operations

The Pennsylvania Mining Complex, located in Greene and Washington counties, is the largest underground coal mine complex in North America. Consisting of the Bailey, Enlow Fork and Harvey mines, along with the central preparation plant and train loadout facility. It is among the sagest and most productive complexes in the world.

The Pennsylvania Mining Complex, located in Greene and Washington counties, is the largest underground coal mine complex in North America. Consisting of the Bailey, Enlow Fork and Harvey mines, along with the central preparation plant and train loadout facility. It is among the sagest and most productive complexes in the world.

Bailey Mine
Bailey Mining Complex
  • Longwall mining operations began in 1984
  • First mine to be developed at the PA mining complex
  • Assigned & Accessible Reserves: 108.2M tons
  • Thermal & high-vol met coal
  • Production units:
    • 2 longwalls
    • 7 continuous mining sections
  • Average annual production capacity: 11.5 million tons
  • 2019: 12.2 million tons and 2018: 12.7 million tons of coal
Enlow Fork Mine
Enlow Mining Facility
  • Longwall mining operations began in 1991
  • Assigned and Accessible Reserves: 321.7M tons
  • Thermal & high-vol met coal
  • Production units:
    • 2 longwalls
    • 7 continuous mining sections
  • Average annual production capacity: 11.5 million tons
  • 2019: 10.0 million tons and 2018: 9.9 million tons of coal
Harvey Mine
Harvey Mining Complex
  • Longwall mining operations began in 2014
  • Assigned and Accessible Reserves: 228M tons
  • Thermal & high-vol met coal
  • Production units:
    • 1 longwall
    • 4 continuous mining sections
  • Average annual production capacity: 5.5 million tons
  • 2019: 5.0 million tons and 2018: 5.0 million tons of coal
Centralized Coal Processing Facility
Centralized Coal Processing Facility
  • Washes and processes up to 8,200 tons of coal per hour
  • Nine raw coal silos with aggregate storage capacity of 153,000 tons
  • Six clean coal silos with an aggregate storage capacity of 132,500 tons
  • Onsite logistics infrastructure, includes dual-batch train loadout facility
Train Loadout Facility
Train Loadout Facility
  • Dual-batch facility that operates 24/7 and loads up to 9,000 tons of coal per hour and ten unit trains per day
    • Highest capacity in the east
  • 19.3 miles of track that includes three side tracks
  • Accommodates multiple unit trains for increased efficiency
  • Coal blending capabilities to suit customers specifications
  • Online quality monitoring systems analyze coal quality as rail car is loaded within 0.03 sulfur
Itmann Mine
Train Loadout Facility
  • Development mining began in April 2020
  • Low vol metallurgical coal mine in Wyoming County, WV
  • 20+ million tons life-of-mine production
  • Estimated capacity: 900,000+ tons/year
  • Full production expected in mid to late 2022

From Baltimore to the World’s Energy Market

Marine Terminal

Strategically located in the Port of Baltimore, CONSOL Energy’s Baltimore Marine terminal is one of two coal export terminals on the Eastern Seaboard with the ability to serve the largest ocean-going ships in the world, and the only one served by two rail lines — Norfolk Southern and CSX Transportation. With an annual through-put capacity of 15 million tons of coal, the Terminal’s infrastructure and ground storage allow for highly specific blending capabilities to meet customer demands. The Terminal has processed over ten million tons of coal per annum on average since 2010, exported a record 12.9 million tons in 2011, and set a monthly record in March 2016 of 1.3 million tons exported.

Other Services

The Marine Terminal is also a service provider for break bulk cargo.

Land Resources

CONSOL Energy Inc. owns thousands of acres of coal and surface properties in support of our coal operations. As our core values of Safety, Compliance and Continuous Improvement guide the way, stewardship of our land assets is a priority within our business.
Land Management

Managing our coal and surface assets requires a dedicated team of land professionals focused on maximizing the value of our natural resources while promoting sustainable and responsible practices. Some key roles in our organization include Land Agents, Land Administrators and GIS Analysts.

Land Agents
  • Foster relationships with property owners and other stakeholders through negotiations in support of our coal operations
  • Collaborate with regulatory agencies to exceed industry compliance standards
  • Manage best-use real estate practices to monetize the full realization of our surplus assets
Land Administrators
  • Manage all corporate land records and property tax obligations to ensure compliance with the applicable terms and conditions of the agreements and tax authority laws & regulations thereby protecting all company-wide assets
  • Strategic financial planning to accomplish land-related goals of the company and maximize shareholder value
GIS Analysts
  • Leverage GIS expertise to make well-informed business decisions
  • Provide company-wide access to spatial data through web-based mapping technologies
  • Manage and analyze company assets from a world-view perspective, enabling coal operations to maximize shareholder value and achieve production goals
Partnerships

CONSOL values the local communities in which we operate and takes pride in the management of our natural resources. As such, we partner with public and private organizations to practice safe and responsible conservation efforts to enrich the lives of citizens by preserving natural landscapes and providing public recreation areas. In addition, CONSOL contracts consultants to manage timber and land restoration in order to minimize impact and to enhance local wildlife habitat.

CONSOL recognizes that we are all in this together, and with our greater than 150-year history, we value safety, compliance, ethics and sustainability in hopes that our land management practices will support future generations.

LAND STEWARDSHIP IS A CONSOL CORE PRIORITY