- I. It all started
when Lincoln was President
Our operations began in 1864.
- II. In the U.S., we
- III. Rapidly Growing
- IV. Our gas reserves
- V. Tons of coal in
- VI. Our private
R&D facility equals industry innovation
- VII. Proud owner of
recoverable coal reserves
We have 4.5 billion tons of proven and recoverable coal
reserves, 65.5% of which is owned, rather than leased, the most
among U.S. coal companies.
- VIII. Safety comes
- IX. Navigating the
rivers every day
We maintain a fleet of 26 boats and approximately 600 barges. In
2012, river operations transported 19.3 million tons of coal and
other commodities, including 7.9 million tons produced by CONSOL
- X. Supplying the
industry with, well, supplies
Our subsidiary, Fairmont Supply, a full-line distributor of
mining and industrial supplies, had revenues of $372 million in
- XI. Making good use
of land above ground too
We have a private R&D facility currently working with the
U.S. Department of Energy and others on advanced technology for
coal and coal bed methane production and utilization. On average we
contribute more than $6 million to charitable organizations,
colleges and universities each year.
As a result of a $3.475 billion agreement to acquire Dominion's
E&P business, CONSOL Energy will be the largest, and among the
fastest growing and lowest cost, producers of natural gas in the
Appalachian Basin. In addition, CONSOL will have one of the leading
positions in the strategic Marcellus Shale fairway by tripling
development assets to approximately 750,000 acres.
CONSOL Energy Inc. and AES Greenidge LLC, part of AES eastern
Energy, L.P. successfully demonstrated a compact, cost-effective
multi-pollutant control technology. The technology would be used to
help reduce air emissions from smaller coal-fired power plants.
The Pennsylvania Department of Energy gave CONSOL Energy a $1
million grant to help finance a project that will test new
technology designed to capture a minimum of 95 percent of the
carbon dioxide (CO2), a major greenhouse gas, from a coal-fired
test plant. The test project incorporates technology developed by
Mon River Towing, a subsidiary of CONSOL Energy, recorded more
than 2,000,000 exposure hours without a lost-time accident.
Employees of CNX Gas, a subsidiary of CONSOL Energy, passed the
four-million hour mark without a lost time-accident. CNX Gas
Corporation is the leading eastern U.S. gas producer.
In Clay County, West Virginia, CONSOL Energy's Fola operations
recorded one million exposure hours worked without any recordable
injuries. With that accomplishment, Fola became the first CONSOL
Energy site to earn the J. Brett Harvey Safety Award.
CONSOL Energy joined forces with the Pennsylvania Federation of
Sportsmen's Clubs, Inc. and the North American Wildlife Enforcement
Officers Association to raise awareness of fish and wildlife
resources. CONSOL's donation provided educational and hands-on
opportunities for sportsmen and women of all ages.
As part of a $1.5 million Clean Diesel Emerging Technology Grant
through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the CONSOL
Energy towboat, Champion, received an energy makeover. The Recovery
Act grant paid for the towboat to be upgraded to diesel