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UtahAmerican Energy

UtahAmerican Energy, Inc. (formerly Andalex Resources), is a bituminous coal underground coal mine and lignite surface mining company, headquartered in Sandy, Utah. UtahAmerican is a subsidiary of Cleveland, Ohio based Murray Energy Corporation. UtahAmerican is a company with approximately $65.1 million (USD) in annual sales, and 428 employees and was started in 1996.[1][2][3] [4]

Contents

  • Crandall Canyon 1
  • Fines 2
  • Mines 3
  • References 4

Crandall Canyon

The company operates the Crandall Canyon Mine, a bituminous coal, underground coal mine in northwestern Emery County, Utah, about 15 miles (24 km) west north-west of Huntington.

On Monday, August 6, 2007, at 2:48 A.M., the mine collapsed, trapping 6 workers inside. The workers are approximately 3.4 miles (5.5 km) from the mine entrance and 1500 feet (457 m) underground. The collapse registered recorded seismic waves in magnitude 3.9 to 4.0, by seismograph stations of the University of Utah. Emery County, the state's No. 2 coal-producer, was also the site of a fire that killed 27 people in the Wilburg mine in December 1984.[5][6][7]

Fines

On March 20, 2008, the company was fined $420,300 by Federal authorities for "flagrant violations" at a mine in Price, Utah.[8]

Mines

Mines operated by UtahAmerican and managed by Genwal Resources Inc.:

  • Aberdeen mine (produced in excess of 1.8 million mt (2.0 million st) of coal in 2006)
  • Centennial mine
  • Crandall Canyon Mine
  • Horse Canyon Mine
  • Pinnacle mine (produced in excess of 1.8 million mt (2.0 million st) of coal in 2006)
  • Smokey Hollow mine
  • West Ridge mine
  • Wildcat Loadout mine

References

  1. ^ UtahAmerican @ Manta.com
  2. ^ UtahAmerican @ Hoovers
  3. ^ Mining & Natural Resource Development page @ Emery County Economic Development
  4. ^ Utah American Energy, Inc. at ZipperPages.com
  5. ^ @ CNN.com"6 miners trapped in Utah coal mine collapse"
  6. ^ @ Yahoo! News"Six miners trapped after Utah coal mine collapses"
  7. ^ @ from AP at Yahoo! News"Utah mine owner: Rescue will take 3 days"
  8. ^ " Coal company fined $420K for 'flagrant' violations" CNN.com March 20, 2008


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