TABLE D.1 U.S. Coal Reserve Data by State for 2005, ERR and DRB by Mining Method for 2005 (million short tons)

 

Underground Minable Coal

Surface Minable Coal

Total

State

ERR

DRB

ERR

DRB

ERR

DRB

Alabama

508

1,007

2,278

3,198

2,785

4,205

Alaska

2,335

5,423

499

687

2,834

6,110

Arizona

––

NA

NA

Arkansas

127

272

101

144

228

417

Colorado

6,015

11,461

3,747

4,762

9,761

16,223

Georgia

1

2

1

2

2

4

Idaho

2

160

2

160

Illinois

27,927

87,919

10,073

16,550

38,000

104,469

Indiana

3,620

8,741

434

742

4,054

9,483

Iowa

807

1,732

320

457

1,127

2,189

Kansas

681

972

681

972

Kentucky total

7,411

17,055

7,483

12,965

14,894

30,020

Eastern

658

1,178

5,214

9,337

5,872

10,516

Western

6,753

15,877

2,269

3,628

9,022

19,504

Louisiana

312

422

312

422

Maryland

317

578

44

65

361

643

Michigan

55

123

3

5

59

128

Mississippi

NA

NA

Missouri

689

1,479

3,157

4,510

3,847

5,989

Montana

35,922

70,958

39,021

48,272

74,944

119,230

New Mexico

2,801

6,156

4,188

5,975

6,988

12,131

North Carolina

5

11

5

11

North Dakota

6,906

9,053

6,906

9,053

Ohio

7,719

17,546

3,767

5,754

11,486

23,300

Oklahoma

574

1,231

226

323

800

1,554

Oregon

6

15

2

3

9

17

Pennsylvania, total

10,710

23,221

1,044

4,251

11,754

27,472

Anthracite

340

3,844

420

3,355

760

7,198

Bituminous

10,370

19,377

625

896

10,994

20,274

South Dakota

277

366

277

366

Tennessee

280

510

179

264

459

774

Texas

9,534

12,385

9,534

12,385

Utah

2,514

5,128

212

268

2,726

5,396

Virginia

2,949

1,130

171

562

3,121

1,693

Washington

1,030

1,332

6

8

1,036

1,340

West Virginia

15,576

29,184

2,382

3,775

17,958

32,960

Wyoming

22,950

42,500

17,657

21,319

40,607

63,819

U.S. Total

152,850

334,876

114,705

158,059

267,554

492,935

NOTES:

NA = This estimated value is not available due to insufficient or inadequate data or model performance.

The DRB and ERR as of January 1, 2006, incorporate revisions made to eliminate a discrepancy between data expressed by coal rank versus data allocated to British thermal unit (Btu) ranges. The minor differences resulted from the fact that coal rank classifications are based in part, but not entirely,



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