Coal mining companies in the US have a history of making deals with big business, from major corporations to major mining corporations.
In fact, the company that has been most closely associated with big coal companies is King Coal.
The company, along with its parent company, is the largest coal mining company in the United States, with more than 5,000 mines in 11 states.
The King Coal Company is one of the largest corporations in the coal industry in the world, and it has a lot of influence over US policy.
King Coal has long been a major player in the fossil fuel industry.
It owns the largest publicly traded coal company in North America, Murray Energy.
But as of 2014, the coal company was losing billions of dollars a year in revenue due to the loss of a major coal lease in Wyoming.
The lease is a part of a larger deal that allows Murray Energy to export about 2 million tons of coal every year to the US.
Murray Energy is one the largest producers of coal in the country, and the company was heavily involved in the Obama administration’s effort to curb global warming.
In 2016, the Department of Energy released a report saying that the country’s coal fleet had increased more than 30 percent since 1970.
The Department of Commerce’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) found that in 2015, the nation’s coal production was down by about 4.5 million tons.
The loss of coal mining jobs in the industry is not the only reason for the decline.
In the 1970s, the US had one of America’s largest coal production bases, and a lot was happening in the sector.
The Great Recession in the early 2000s created a lot more demand for coal.
As a result, there were fewer mines, and more mining jobs were lost.
The government stepped in and shut down mines.
These closures forced companies like Murray Energy out of the coal market and into a market for natural gas.
Gas, on the other hand, is more affordable, and coal mining companies can more easily pay their workers more.
In 2018, the industry saw its biggest jump in employment since 2007.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in 2017, the mining industry added nearly 13,000 jobs.
In 2020, the Bureau of Economic Analysis found that mining jobs increased by a staggering 3,000, and in 2021 the unemployment rate dropped by 6 percent.
In other words, the job losses were huge.
But there were also more people working in the mining sector.
In 2018, mining jobs peaked at 5.5 percent of the workforce, but the mining and mining-related industries increased to an average of 12.7 percent of total employment by 2019.
This meant that the total employment in the industries grew by 2.7 million jobs.
That’s just under 4 percent of US mining and coal production, but it’s still a large amount of jobs.
The jobs that are left are not in mining, but in other industries.
Mining jobs have been declining for decades, but these numbers show a trend.
The unemployment rate for people who worked in mining fell by 6.9 percent between 2000 and 2014.
The mining industry is still the number one employer for those with some college education, but employment has been declining.
The coal industry also faces many challenges.
Coal mining jobs are still the biggest job in the energy sector.
But it’s also one of those industries that has become much more complicated.
For example, natural gas is a cleaner alternative to coal, and companies are looking to make their products more efficient.
The shift to natural gas also means that coal mining is getting much less expensive.
According to the Energy Information Association, natural resource companies spent more than $1.1 trillion in the first three quarters of 2019.
That means that a coal mine can be built for less money than it would have cost just a decade ago.
As for climate change, coal is a major source of carbon emissions in the U.S., but coal mining has been a main driver of the global warming we see today.
Coal is also a key source of methane, which is a greenhouse gas that has a direct impact on the environment.
In 2019, there was an increase in the number of people employed in the oil and gas industry, according to the Bureau to Monitor Energy in the Public Interest.
The increase was mostly due to oil and natural gas drilling in the West.
Oil and gas production is expected to increase by more than 6 percent over the next five years, and natural-gas production is projected to increase 6.7% to 8.1 percent over that same period.
Oil production is currently the fastest growing source of new jobs, and has also seen a spike in job growth over the past several years.
In 2019, the number was about 1.6 million, and oil and oil-related jobs increased 4.7%.
The oil and petroleum industries were responsible for nearly 25 percent of all new job creation in 2019, and those jobs are expected to continue to grow