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Coal Executive Sees Increased Demand [AUDIO]

An open pit coal mine. (Sean Gallup/Getty)

A spokesman for the Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Department is warning people about a telephone scam designed to get bank account and credit card information. The chief executive of St. Louis based Arch coal says he expected to see the demand for U.S. coal–and specifically Powder River Basin coal from Wyoming–to continue to increase. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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