Coal Q&A Webcast: Count on Coal with National Mining Association
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When: 11/14/2013
2:00 PM
Contact: American Coal Council

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Industry-Focused Education, Networking & Advocacy

Coal Q&A Webcast


Count on Coal with

National Mining Association


Luke Popovich, Vice President External Communications,

National Mining Association

Thursday, November 14 ~ 2-3 pm Eastern



How can we secure both our economic and energy future? With more abundant known energy resources than ever before in the U.S., that question continues to be asked. Striking a balance between economic and environmental goals may seem as elusive as ever, given newly-proposed EPA rules to limit carbon emissions. How can coal continue to provide good jobs and support a stronger U.S. economy, AND be an effective partner for America’s energy future?

Join us as we welcome Luke Popovich for an update on National Mining Association’s initiatives in raising coal’s awareness among the public and policymakers. He’ll discuss initiatives including NMA’s Count on Coal campaign, its CORESafety program, and the results of a recent coal exports study. Further, he’ll address:

  • The conversation on coal – "It’s not what you say that matters; it’s what people hear.”
  • Coal industry solutions for reducing carbon
  • Coal as the fuel of tomorrow, not the fuel of yesterday


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There is no charge for members of the American Coal Council, but pre-registration is required.

Non-members may register for a fee of $50.Space is limited to the first 50 registrants.

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The National Mining Association (NMA) represents corporations and organizations involved in various aspects of mining. Its mission is to build support for public policies that will help Americans fully and responsibly benefit from our abundant domestic coal and mineral resources. Its objective is to engage in and influence the public process on the most significant and timely issues that impact mining's ability to safely and sustainably locate, permit, mine, transport and utilize the nation's vast resources.

The American Coal Council’s Coal Q&A Program provides a forum to address critical issues affecting the U.S. coal industry ~ including coal producers, consumers and transporters.  Each program begins with a topic briefing by a leading industry analyst or representative, followed by a Q&A session. ~