The slow death of US coal imports?

US generators have continued to snub foreign coal since the 2007 peak as domestic sources become more affordable amid declining coal-fired generation driven by demand dips and gas.


Steam coal imports at US electric power plants have fallen significantly from their peak level of more than 30 million tonnes in 2007 to less than seven million in 2013.


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