Coal mining has always been a tough industry, and for years the industry has struggled to make money.
But that has changed in recent years.
There are signs that the industry is starting to make some progress, as coal mining has gained traction as an energy source.
According to data from the United States Energy Information Administration, the amount of coal mined in the U.S. has risen by nearly 4 percent since 2008, and the industry will account for more than 25 percent of total U.D. coal consumption in 2035.
Coal mining is also a growing industry, accounting for nearly 4 million jobs in the United Kingdom, and more than 7 million in China.
Coal’s biggest rival in the industry, wind power, has seen its share of the coal market shrink in recent months, as demand from new electric vehicles has grown.
In April, King Coal announced that it was closing its flagship coal mine in the town of Wurrfield, near Liverpool, England.
The mine closed in May because of environmental concerns, and King Coal had been laying off employees in the area.
However, by late July, the mine reopened and the coal production at Wurrsfield was boosted by an agreement with the UCL Research Institute, which has a partnership with King Coal.
By August, King said the mine would generate enough electricity to power more than 200 homes, and in November the company said it had produced enough power to power about 700 homes.
King said it plans to restart the mine in 2020, though it is still deciding how much it will invest in the new mine.
A spokesman for the coal mining company, Mark Denniston, said it is looking at options for the mine.
Denniston said he expects the coal mine to continue producing energy for several years, and that it is “in the very early stages of planning and construction.”
The news of King’s plan for the Wurrmings mine came after the coal company said on Wednesday that it had signed a deal to buy a mine for £3.6 billion, a deal that will see the coal miner build a new mine in Somerset.