Pattiki Mine

From Global Energy Monitor

Pattiki Mine is an underground mining complex located near the city of Carmi, in White County, Illinois. It is operated by White County Coal, LLC, a subsidiary of Alliance Resource Partners. Construction of the complex began in 1980. The Pattiki complex utilizes continuous mining units employing room-and-pillar mining techniques to produce high-sulfur coal. The preparation plant has a throughput capacity of 1,000 tons of raw coal an hour. Coal from the Pattiki complex is shipped via the Evansville Western Railway.[1]


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Mine Data

  • Owner: White County Coal, LLC
  • Parent company: Alliance Resource Partners
  • Location: 1525 County Rd 1300 N, Carmi, IL
  • GPS coordinates: 38.064818, -88.089559
  • Production: 2,896,677 tons (2007)
  • Type of coal: High-sulfur
  • Mine type: Underground
  • Equipment: Continuous, Room-and-pillar
  • Number of employees: 302 (2007)

Contact Information

White County Coal - Pattiki
P.O. Box 457
1525 County Road 1300 North
Carmi, IL 62821
Phone: (618) 382-4651
Fax: (618) 382-8629

Articles and resources

The Illinois Coal Industry Statutory Mandated Report 2008 an industry report containing information on Illinois mines.

Related articles


  1. Patrick L. Thimangu "Alliance Resource Partners Operations: Pattiki" Alliance Resource Partners Website, November 2009