Coronado’s U.S. operations are in the Central Appalachian region in Virginia and West Virginia and produce a suite of high-quality metallurgical coal products. We have three mining complexes — Buchanan Mine, Logan Mine, and Greenbrier Mine.
We are committed to building constructive and genuine relationships with the communities close to our operations and have a proud history of supporting community groups in several neighbouring counties, including Buchanan, Tazewell Logan, Wyoming and Greenbrier.
Buchanan is one of the largest metallurgical longwall producing mining properties in North America with supporting infrastructure that produces Low-Vol Met Coal and reserve capacity plus 20-year life plan. Coronado acquired Buchanan mine from CONSOL in March 2016. Annual production averages 4.5MMt, using a single longwall system supported by six continuous miner sections.
Logan consists of five active underground mines (Powellton #1, Lower War Eagle, Eagle #1, Winifrede, and Muddy Bridge) and supporting infrastructure that produce High-Vol Met coal using the room and pillar mining method and one inactive surface mine. The Logan complex life plan includes 12 proposed mines, consisting of nine underground mines and three surface mines. The property is in Logan and Wyoming counties in Southern West Virginia. Coronado acquired the Logan complex in 2014 and has an annual production of 2MMt.
The Greenbrier mine is currently inactive but has both Underground and Surface mining capabilities.
The U.S. operations are supported by the U.S. Corporate office located in Beckley, West Virginia. Professional employees located in Beckley come from Finance and Accounting, Engineering, Human Resources, Sales and Marketing, Information Technology and Operations.
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