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Coal industry statistics for 1977

Abstract

In 1977 Belgian coal production reached 7,068,000 t, a drop of 170,000 t (2.3%) on the previous year. Production from the Campine coalfield had risen by 160,000 t while in the South, where two pits had been shut down during the year, there was a fall in output of 330,000 t. On 31st December 1977 the number of underground personnel totalled 17,681 as against 19,154 at the same time in 1976. Underground output continued to decline in the South while in the Campine there was an increase of 7.6%. Pit-head stocks fell by 400,000 t, to 721,000 t, 658,000 t of this being held in the Campine collieries. As regards Belgian coal disposals, the only increase (+52.0%) was in coal sent to power stations. Import figures stood at 6,592,000 t, a drop of 10.5% over the previous year. Includes figures for apparent coal consumption, a com parison of coal figures for 1976 and 1977 and the mined-coal production. Shows how coal production has evolved in the various coalfields and the number of pits in operation. Production is classified into coal types. Also covers the shutting-down of production capacities; manpower and OMS; coal briquette production; briquette output and disposals; end-of-year pit-head  More>>
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Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1978
Product Type:
Book
Reference Number:
EDB-80-100178
Subject:
01 COAL, LIGNITE, AND PEAT; 29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; BELGIUM; COAL INDUSTRY; ENERGY CONSUMPTION; PRODUCTION; BRIQUETS; DATA; PERSONNEL; STATISTICS; STOCKPILES; TABLES; TRADE; DATA FORMS; EUROPE; FUELS; INDUSTRY; INFORMATION; MATHEMATICS; SOLID FUELS; WESTERN EUROPE; 015000* - Coal, Lignite, & Peat- Economic, Industrial, & Business Aspects; 294001 - Energy Planning & Policy- Coal
OSTI ID:
5234927
Country of Origin:
Belgium
Language:
French
Submitting Site:
CLA
Size:
Pages: 12
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Not Available. Coal industry statistics for 1977. Belgium: N. p., 1978. Web.
Not Available. Coal industry statistics for 1977. Belgium.
Not Available. 1978. "Coal industry statistics for 1977." Belgium.
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title = {Coal industry statistics for 1977}
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abstractNote = {In 1977 Belgian coal production reached 7,068,000 t, a drop of 170,000 t (2.3%) on the previous year. Production from the Campine coalfield had risen by 160,000 t while in the South, where two pits had been shut down during the year, there was a fall in output of 330,000 t. On 31st December 1977 the number of underground personnel totalled 17,681 as against 19,154 at the same time in 1976. Underground output continued to decline in the South while in the Campine there was an increase of 7.6%. Pit-head stocks fell by 400,000 t, to 721,000 t, 658,000 t of this being held in the Campine collieries. As regards Belgian coal disposals, the only increase (+52.0%) was in coal sent to power stations. Import figures stood at 6,592,000 t, a drop of 10.5% over the previous year. Includes figures for apparent coal consumption, a com parison of coal figures for 1976 and 1977 and the mined-coal production. Shows how coal production has evolved in the various coalfields and the number of pits in operation. Production is classified into coal types. Also covers the shutting-down of production capacities; manpower and OMS; coal briquette production; briquette output and disposals; end-of-year pit-head stocks according to coalfields, grades and types of coal. Figures for apparent consumption of coal and coal briquettes; exports and imports 1973-77 and countries of origin. Gives delivery figures for Belgian and imported coal to the domestic market. (In French)}
place = {Belgium}
year = {1978}
month = {Jan}
}