A bucket of coal will set you back $8,200, according to a study by coal mining giant Rio Tinto, and a typical coal miner will pay around $11,000.

The price of coal depends on a host of factors, including the amount of land the mining company has to occupy, how much work is required to extract the coal and how much of the mining industry is affected by climate change.

The study also looked at how much the price of a bucket of Coal will increase with climate change, and the impact on mining operations.

The researchers used data from the Department of Energy’s EIA to calculate the average price of the average coal mine.

Rio Tonto is the largest mining company in the United States, and it mines coal for its own commercial use in Arizona and Wyoming.

Rio has also built a $7 billion coal-fired power plant in the Navajo Nation.

It’s also a big supporter of the Clean Power Plan, which aims to curb carbon emissions from power plants by capping carbon emissions at 1990 levels.

Rio’s coal is typically exported to countries in Asia and Europe.

The EIA report also looked into how much coal the coal miner needs to pay for electricity.

The report found that miners will pay $1,900 for an average coal miner, or $5,000 for a single coal miner.

The coal miner would then need to pay $5 for the electricity he generates.

Rio is one of many companies that are using climate data to try and make coal more affordable.

Companies such as ExxonMobil, for example, have come out with programs that give miners incentives to mine coal more quickly and cost-effectively.

But Rio Tonic is one company that has come up with an innovative plan to help miners avoid paying for electricity from coal.

In an effort to boost the value of the coal mine and its employees, Rio Tontons CEO Tony Magee has developed a coal bucket program.

The bucket program is a partnership between Rio Tincals mine and the mining companies.

Rio tincalas mine pays a fee to Rio Tino, a mining company that provides mining services to RioTonto.

RioTontons mine then sells its coal to Rio tino, which then pays the RioTonial to deliver the coal to the Rio Tonial mines.

The company pays the coal company a percentage of the profits.

For RioTinaal miners, the company pays a flat fee that is tied to the number of jobs they create, according of the EIA.

The program helps to reduce costs for RioTinial miners who have to work on coal mines in other parts of the country.

The mining companies are also getting some financial help from the mining tax.

They have a $1.5 million loan from the Federal Reserve, and another $5 million in cash from the U.S. Treasury.

But they can’t get the loan in a way that would allow them to borrow money from the bank to pay back the loan.

This is what’s known as a “capping.”

The money goes directly to the mining operation.

The idea is to create more jobs and pay the company off sooner.

Riotonto mines about 8 million tons of coal a year, or about $20 billion.

Rio says it’s not a big enough company to make loans like these and that they’re not going to go public, so they have to get the financing from RioTinto.

If Rio gets the financing, the bank can then give RioTincal a loan, and RioTino pays a percentage to the bank.

The loan will be repaid within 20 years.

Rio also has an alternative plan to make mining more competitive.

Rio doesn’t sell coal directly to Rio, instead it sends a ton of coal to a subsidiary that sends it to Rio for processing and selling.

This allows Rio to sell the coal directly instead of shipping it to another company.

The money that Rio pays goes to the subsidiary that processes the coal.

So instead of paying a miner $7,000 to extract a ton, Rio pays $1 to process the coal, and then sends the rest of the money to Rio to pay the miner.

Rio owns the coal processing plant.

But if Rio gets out of the business, RioTiton is able to sell it to a private company.

If it does, the coal is put on the market.

This new company gets to sell its coal at a lower price and is able buy coal for a much lower price.