West Virginia Office of Miners' Health Safety and Training

2001 Coal Production by County
Production Totals Reflect Reporting January through December


County Empl. Underground Surface Total
BARBOUR 82 1,119,507 38,659 1,158,166
BOONE 2,767 20,268,790 13,928,438 34,197,228
BRAXTON 138 886,025   886,025
BROOKE 162 1,046,406   1,046,406
CLAY 136   4,462,025 4,462,025
FAYETTE 354 719,607 2,583,805 3,303,412
GRANT 78 265,566 524,816 790,382
GREENBRIER 167 627,387 175,933 803,320
HARRISON 628 5,617,886 294,249 5,912,135
KANAWHA 1,504 7,220,170 9,159,236 16,379,406
LINCOLN 190 716,758 1,693,255 2,410,013
LOGAN 1,178 3,774,891 8,116,556 11,891,447
MCDOWELL 932 3,206,323 1,692,162 4,898,485
MARION 164 1,151,957 2,408 1,154,365
MARSHALL 891 10,701,464   10,701,464
MINERAL 16   87,604 87,604
MINGO 1,769 12,478,354 10,233,404 22,711,758
MONONGALIA 1,198 11,276,155 972,172 12,248,327
NICHOLAS 347 2,143,958 3,647,634 5,791,592
PRESTON 237 2,383,652 77,747 2,461,399
RALEIGH 999 8,920,601 479,119 9,399,720
RANDOLPH 4     0
TUCKER 23   276,627 276,627
UPSHUR 320 2,231,426 85,548 2,316,974
WAYNE 345 6,906,482   6,906,482
WEBSTER 478 1,812,990 3,308,318 5,121,308
WYOMING 1,089 5,123,894 2,612,893 7,736,787
Total 16,196 110,600,249 64,452,608 175,052,857

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Last Updated on 3/18/2002
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