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We have had a tremendous amount of interest in this year’s Annual Meeting so we are terrifically excited for our 17th meeting and the 2nd we have shared with the West Virginia Coal Mining Institute at the beautiful Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV. 

The jam-packed three days are:
Thursday, August 3rd through Saturday, August 5th

Designed for your family to share in the camaraderie of our Association while exchanging ideas and information during the interesting programs that will bring you the most up-to-date topics relevant to our operations and providing hours for your annual engineering training. 

Schedule:

  • We begin with our Board of Directors meeting on Thursday afternoon, followed immediately by the great Welcoming Reception, sponsored by our Associate Members.  

  • Friday begins early with the annual Fun Run (or walk)

  • WV Mining Institute’s detailed technical program and the usual golf tournament on the famous Old White Course. 

  • Of course, Friday night is completed on Kate’s Mountain with the most popular buffet, featuring everything from brown beans to filets and lobster tails, entertainment and unbelievable deserts. 

  • Saturday morning opens with the Association’s program featuring updates on industry issues, followed by the family brunch to which all spouses and children are welcome and includes a program of inspiration from a nationally known personality. 

It all is designed for you and your family. 

Please take a moment and complete the enclosed registration information and return it to me (sdavison@wvcoal.com) so we can begin to finalize plans for this great event.
 
You will also find attached The Greenbrier's room reservation form, which should be completed and sent directly to The Greenbrier (we do not make room reservations) Jessica Dowdy is our reservations at the hotel so if you call just ask for her and make sure and mention the Coal Association meeting.  In returning your meeting registration be sure your e-mail address is included so we can keep you up to date with the emerging details as the program is completed. 

We look forward to seeing you and your family in August, if not before.  Please call if you have questions or need more information.

September 13 - 15, 2017

Wed-Thurs 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Brushfork Armory-Civic Center
Bluefield, West Virginia

PD726 Coal Marketing Days

Dates/Times: September 26-27, 2017
Venue: Omni William Penn Hotel
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Website URL: www.coalmarketingdays.com

West Virginia Coal Association’s President, Bill Raney, will speak at the Platts 40th Annual Coal Marketing Days Conference (September 26-274, 2017 in Pittsburgh, PA) to discuss Washington’s new view on coal: Reversing Regulations in an Effort to Assist Fossil Fuel.

Attend the conference to explore which key trends are driving changes in domestic and global coal production. Network with a diverse group of professionals from power generation, coal production, steel, coal transportation, and the regulatory sector, while gaining valuable insight into the current state of coal supply and demand.

Learn more, view the complete agenda, and register at www.coalmarketingdays.com. Register by August 11, 2017 and save $200. Registration Code: PD726WVCOAL

CHARLESTON, W.Va. ─ In his most eagerly anticipated official action to date, President Donald Trump officially curbed damaging federal regulations on electric power generation in the United States, and the West Virginia Coal Association is singing his praises.

“Never before have we seen a chief executive who has lived up to every promise made to West Virginia,” Coal Association President Bill Raney said about Trump’ executive order turning back the so-called Clean Power Plan from the Obama Administration.

Raney was on hand for today’s signing as a special guest of the Trump Administration.

 “We knew more good news was coming out of Washington for us when Vice President Mike Pence told West Virginia during his visit Saturday in Charleston that the war on coal is over,” Raney said. “There is still a lot to do to fix what the previous administration broke for the coal industry, but today is a great day.”

By  in News | February 23, 2017 at 10:36AM

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Justice administration has introduced its bill aimed at establishing a tiered system for severance taxes for the coal and natural gas industries.

Gov. Jim Justice first introduced the idea during his inaugural address in January and has since talked about it, including in front of oil and gas producers last week.


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