NMA Dismisses EPA’s Federal Plan for Power Plants

National Mining Association (NMA) President and CEO Hal Quinn issued the following statement today before the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) scheduled public hearing in Washington, D.C. on the federal plan for reducing carbon emissions from power plants: “EPA’s federal plan is a cap-and-trade... Read More

NMA Applauds Bi-Partisan Senate CRA Blocking EPA’s Costly Power Plan

National Mining Association (NMA) President and CEO Hal Quinn today released the following statement in support of Senate efforts to pass resolutions under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) that would shield U.S. consumers from the rising electricity prices associated with the Environmental Protection... Read More

Clean Power Plan Will Add $214 Billion to Wholesale Electricity Prices

The second study this month projects significant costs, few benefits, from Obama’s carbon reduction plan for power plants Washington, D.C. - Refuting the Obama administration’s claim that its Clean Power Plan will be virtually cost free, a new analysis of the regulation shows the president’s policy... Read More

NMA Honors U.S. Mine Safety and Technology Leaders

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Twenty American mining operations – six coal mines and fourteen mineral/metal mines – won "Sentinels of Safety Awards" awards today in recognition of their outstanding mine safety achievements during 2014. An American mine also won the annual Mine Safety and Health Technology Innovations... Read More