Skyline Complex

From Global Energy Monitor

The Skyline Complex is an underground coal mining operation in Carbon County, Utah.

Location

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Mine Data

  • MSHA ID: 4201566
  • Sponsor: Canyon Fuel Company
  • Parent Company: Wolverine Fuels
  • Location: Helper, Carbon County, Utah, United States
  • GPS Coordinates: 39.684262, -111.203361
  • Mine Status: Active
  • Production (short tons): 3,915,855 (2019)
  • Mineable reserves:
  • Coal Type: Bituminous
  • Mining Method: Underground
  • Mine size:
  • Start Year: 1996
  • Number of Employees: 357 (Q2 2020)

Ownership

The Skyline Complex was owned by Arch Coal,[1] as part of Arch Coal's western bituminous mining region, which sold 20.6 million tons of coal in 2008.[2]

In June 2013 Canyon Fuel Co. was sold by Arch Coal Inc. for US$435 million to Bowie Resources, a mining firm from Kentucky. The sale consisted of the Sufco Mine in Sevier County, the Dugout Canyon Mine in Carbon County and the Skyline Complex on the Emery/Carbon county border.[3]

Bowie Resources is now known as Wolverine Fuels LLC [4]

Contact Details

Skyline Complex
North Lease Mine
P.O. Box 719
Helper, UT 84526
Phone: (435) 448-6463

Physical Address

Scofield Route, Eccles Canyon
Helper, UT

Articles and resources

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References

  1. "Our mines: Skyline Complex", Arch Coal website, November 2009.
  2. "Our mines", Arch Coal website, November 2009.
  3. Mike Gorrell, "Utah's largest coal company sold for $435 million," The Salt Lake Tribune, June 28, 2013
  4. "Bowie Resource Partners Announces New Utah Headquarters And New Corporate Name" prnewswire.com, October 15, 2020.