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Statementprepared for the Federal-Provincial Manpower Sub-committee on North East Coal Development by the Management Services Division, B.C. Research and the Trade Union Research Bureau.
ContributionsFederal-Provincial Manpower Sub-committee on North East Coal Development (Canada), Trade Union Research Bureau (Vancouver, B.C.)
LC ClassificationsHD8039.B92 C22
The Physical Object
Pagination166 p. in various pagings :
Number of Pages166
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Open LibraryOL4480766M
LC Control Number79309088

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The project comprises the development of two surface mines, Bullmoose and Quintette, in the Peace River Coalfield; the construction of. British Columbia's coal resources are estimated at more than billion tonnes. Coalfields of varying quality, quantity and accessibility are distributed throughout the province, as shown on the following map.

Over million metric tonnes (mmt) of coal have been mined in British Columbia inFile Size: 80KB. COALMOD A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND POLICY SIMULATION MODEL FOR COAL MINING DEVELOPMENTS Frank C. Basham and Philippe Monier Mineral Economics Division Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Victoria, British Columbia CIM Bulletin, March ABSTRACT This paper outlines the scope and applications of 'COALMOD', the British Author: Frank C.

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A field and laboratory based study of medium volatile bituminous coals of the mid-Albian Gates Formation in northeastern British Columbia, Canada, was undertaken to determine the nature, controls and implications of coal compositional variation. Differences in lithotype composition reflect microscopic compositional variation.

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The northeast portion of British Columbia, which is part of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, is. Coal for the Future 14 The Province is making significant efforts to address the challenges associated with coal development across BC Global demand for BC steelmaking coal expected to continue Coal will continue to be a key part of BC’s economy in the coming years The northeast = new hub for BC coal.

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Sidney is situated 4 km southwest of Coal Island. Photo: Sidney Museum, CC BY-SA Gething, operated by CKD Mines Co. Ltd., is an underground metallurgical coal mine located nearly 30 kilometers west of Hudson’s Hope in northeastern British Columbia. Echo Hill, operated by Hillsborough Resources Limited, is located 44 kilometres north of Tumbler Ridge.

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Early mining operations brought gold and coal to the surface; today, these and many other valuable minerals are bringing prosperity to B.C. communities.

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