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Case Study of the Economic Impact of Methane Related Events at Coal Mines in the US Case Study Mine A

Case Study of the Economic Impact of Methane Related Events at Coal Mines in the US Case Study Mine A

This paper is the result of a cooperative effort between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and the UNECE Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Coal Mine.  This paper is the result of a cooperative effort between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and the UNECE Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane. It has been prepared by Mr. Ray Pilcher, Chairman of the Task Force on the Economic Benefits of Improving Mine Safety through Extraction and Use of Coal Mine Methane, Ms. Charlee Bergamo, Environmental Scientist at Raven Ridge Resources, and Ms. Pamela Franklin, US Environmental Protection Agency. The Ad Hoc Group of Experts established the Task Force to explore the critical link between coal mine safety and economics. It has been prepared by Mr. Ray Pilcher, Chairman of the Task Force on the Economic Benefits of Improving Mine Safety through Extraction and Use of Coal Mine Methane, Ms. Charlee Bergamo, Environmental Scientist at Raven Ridge Resources, and Ms. Pamela Franklin, US Environmental Protection Agency. The Ad Hoc Group of Experts established the Task Force to explore the critical link between coal mine safety and economics.