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Fueled by demand from Asia US coal exports are burning hot the highest in twenty years.
America gets about half its electricity from coal but it's using less of this fallen from favor.
The industry says export save jobs killed by over regulation and competition from cheap natural gas.
The United States is and a very good position to capitalize.
On this and -- revolution because we have the world largest deepest coal reserves.
Not everyone is happy environmental groups say wherever coal is burned it's a leading cause of global warming emissions and pollution.
Exports they say threaten progress away from coal.
If we don't send it to them -- -- -- natural gas that -- -- cleaner homegrown sources of energy what's the wind geothermal solar.
A whole range of options.
Cool is brought on trains from western states such as Montana and Wyoming through cities like Seattle.
On their way up to Canada for -- sport.
Six new cold terminals are proposed for Washington State and or again to meet the rising coal export demand -- -- the projects nationwide.
In Bellingham Washington SSA marine wants to build the largest -- terminal in the US at -- points.
Advocates say the US doesn't it -- -- Canada will.
Keeping jobs north of the border those are good paying job good workers those are the league coaches those are the people to help -- high school.
They they they buyer -- -- shop in a grocery stores.
But the northwest -- proud of its Green hollering composting.
Washington -- are set to close -- last coal plants and environmentalists don't want their -- to be a transit point for coal either.
Terry who's gonna turn -- town and like that -- quality of life and tennis.
That's not telling him.
Green groups are hoping the world demand as a short term -- -- the mining industry contends America's vast coal fields can power a new Asian energy revolution for decades to come.
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