Is There a Future For Coal?

Coal, which powered nearly 50% of the U.S. electricity grid as recently as 2010, contributed only 20% to the power generation fuel-mix in 2020. The decline in U.S. coal has been sharp in the last decade due to a string of environmental regulations, low natural gas prices, and rapid growth of subsidized renewable power. However, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has made coal relevant again, especially in Europe, as Russia continues to choke gas supply into the region. Domestically, coal has regained some lost ground due to rising natural gas prices, however, this recovery might be short lived due to upcoming EPA regulations and a continuing shift away from fossil fuels.

In this webinar, we will explore the current state of domestic and international coal markets, what is in store for coal this decade and if coal has a long-term future in the U.S.


Aug 25 2022


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM



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