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Originally published November 30, 2012
Coal exports to Canada as a share of U.S. total coal exports are expected to reach a record low later this year. The decline is largely the result of Canadian initiatives to reduce coal-fired electric generation, the Energy Information Agency reported yesterday in its publication, Today in Energy.
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