Harvey mine

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Harvey Mine is an underground coal mine, operated by Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company, a subsidiary of Consol Energy, producing 4.9 million short tons per annum, near Graysville, Pennsylvania, United States.

The mine is part of the Pennsylvania Energy Complex with includes the Bailey Mine and Enlow Fork Mine.


The map below shows the location of the mine, near Graysville, in Greene county, Pennsylvania.

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Mine Details

  • MSHA ID: 3610045
  • Owner: Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company
  • Parent company: Consol Energy
  • Location: Graysville, Greene county, Pennsylvania, United States
  • GPS coordinates: 39.9609, -80.4039
  • Production (short tons): 4,980,569 (2018)[1]
  • Reserves: 188.4 Mt accessible proven and probable[2]
  • Type of coal: Bituminous (Thermal)
  • Mine type: Underground
  • Equipment: Longwall, Continuous Mining
  • Number of employees: 455
  • Recoverable reserves:
  • Mine Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 2014

Articles and resources

Related GEM.wiki articles


  1. "EIA table 9 major US coal mines 2018" EIA.gov accessed June 2020
  2. "EIA table 9 major US coal mines 2018" EIA.gov accessed June 2020

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