West Virginia Office of Miners' Health Safety and Training

2004 Coal Production by County
Production Totals Reflect Reporting January through December (preliminary).


COUNTY EMPL. UNDERGROUND SURFACE TOTAL
BARBOUR 142 911,970 196,414 1,108,384
BOONE 3,161 16,071,689 13,656,397 29,728,086
BRAXTON 188 769,622   769,622
BROOKE 1      
CLAY 132   3,786,080 3,786,080
FAYETTE 344 1,205,755 1,681,873 2,887,628
GRANT 87 196,260   196,260
GREENBRIER 91 635,867   635,867
HARRISON 610 6,830,254 137,672 6,967,926
KANAWHA 1,420 9,385,606 6,134,142 15,519,748
LINCOLN 20 64,131 62,164 126,295
LOGAN 1,223 3,755,503 8,414,958 12,170,461
MCDOWELL 839 2,415,324 2,659,290 5,074,614
MARION 557 4,970,513 173,475 5,143,988
MARSHALL 1,087 12,046,369   12,046,369
MERCER 8   24,491 24,491
MINERAL 12   88,290 88,290
MINGO 1,290 5,902,157 6,782,948 12,685,105
MONONGALIA 1,080 11,324,681 454,263 11,778,944
NICHOLAS 366 790,940 4,169,594 4,960,534
PRESTON 245 1,843,943 19,893 1,863,836
RALEIGH 773 6,787,840 1,161,917 7,949,757
RANDOLPH 26 1,217   1,217
TUCKER 6      
UPSHUR 489 1,748,009 5,264 1,753,273
WAYNE 393 4,187,334 919,911 5,107,245
WEBSTER 434 1,233,475 2,717,365 3,950,840
WYOMING 1,054 2,992,325 2,366,288 5,358,613
Total 16,078 96,070,784 55,612,689 151,683,473

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Last revised:  03/12/12 12:02 PM
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