Coal Sample Clauses

Coal. This mineral lease covers coal, which shall mean and include black or brownish-black solid fossil fuels that have been subjected to the natural processes of coalification, and which fall within the classification of coal by rank as anthracitic, bituminous, sub-bituminous, or lignitic, together with closely associated substances which include, but are not limited to other hydrocarbon substances physically contained within the same geologic strata as the coal. In the event that minerals other than coal are discovered during lease operations, Lessee shall promptly notify the Lessor.
Coal. The November 1996 Agreement sets forth procedures, prices, and terms relating to acquisition of and payment for coal for Plant Xxxxxxx and Plant Xxxxxxx. The procurement of coal for the purpose of performing this Agreement shall be governed by and subject to the procedures, terms, conditions, and prices set forth in Section 3.8 and all associated exhibits of the November 1996 Agreement, which are incorporated herein by reference.
Coal. Any combustible carbonaceous rock, whether classified as anthracite, bituminous, subbituminous, or lignite, as defined by ASTM Standard D-388-77, along with all substances mixed with Coal.
Coal. Kellingley (washed singles with less than 10% by weight below 1/4 inch) 2 in. x 1/4 Proximate Analysis wt % Fixed Carbon 51.8 Volatile Matter 30.7 Moisture 6.2 Ash 11.3 Total 100.0 Higher Heating Value, Btu/lb (dry ash free basis) 15,069 Ash composition % by weight Loss on ignition 1.8 SiO2 46.0 A12O3 26.0 Fe2O3 19.6 CaO 0.98 MgO 0.92 Na2O 1.19 K2O 2.75 Mn3O4 0.06 TiO2 0.7 Total 100.00
Coal. KCS hauls unit trains (trains transporting a single commodity from one source to one destination) of coal for eight electric generating plants in the central United States. The coal originates from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming and is interchanged to KCS at Kansas City, Missouri. Coal mined in the midwest United States is transported in non-unit trains to industrial consumers such as paper xxxxx, steel xxxxx, and cement companies. Petroleum coke is also included in the coal sector, which KCS transports from refineries in the United States to cement companies in Mexico as well as to vessels for international distribution through the Pabtex export terminal located in Port Xxxxxx, Texas.
Coal. All coal used in the testing of the Units and the Power Station shall be Performance Coal and of the quality described in Article 6 and, the Fourth Schedule (Specifications for Fuel Supply and Start-up Electricity).
Coal. By coal lease of even date herewith, certain of the parties comprising Lessor have leased to Lessee their interest in certain seams of coal in, on and under the demised premises as more particularly described in said coal lease. Lessee specifically agrees that upon termination of such coal lease for any reason whatsoever, this surface lease shall automatically terminate without any further act or deed by Lessor. The Parties hereto understand and agree that this Lease of the surface of the certain tracts of land herein described is executed with another lease of the coal (dated July 1, 1999) in, on and underlying said tracts and it is agreed by and between all Parties hereto that in case of conflict or ambiguity between the provisions of this Lease and said Coal Lease of July 1, 1999, the provisions of the Coal Lease shall control.
Coal. Coal means anthracite and bituminous coal, lignite, and any fuel derivative thereof.
Coal. Effective upon notice from all of the Companies to RES that RES's coal procurement obligations under this Agreement are to enter into effect and subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, RES shall use commercially reasonable efforts to procure on behalf of each Company the Coal requested by that Company to be delivered to the Coal Delivery Point(s). The coal payment (the "Coal Payment" or "CP") to be made by each Company to RES in respect of a month shall be calculated in accordance with the following formula: CP=CC+[CPF X CS] where:
Coal. The coal industry is operating at low production rates due to devastation by more than two decades of war and years of neglect. Until the end of 2006, coal operations were primarily contained in two state enterprises with oversight of the MOMP. Some recent lease arrangements to private operators have since been put in place. No programmatic assistance has been provided to the Afghan coal sector.