CSA coal mine

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The CSA coal mine in the Czech Republic is operated by the coal mining company Litvinovska uhelna, a subsidiary of the Czech Coal Group.

The USGS reports that production of the CSA Mine operates at approximately 5.2 million tonnes a year and is scheduled to in approximately 2020. However, it notes that "the Czech Coal Group claimed that if restrictions are lifted, the mine could operate until at least 2061. The expansion of the mine would require the relocation of the residents of Cernice and Horni Jirentin." The USGS also reports that the Vrsany coal mine has current production rates of about 7.9 Mt/yr and is "expected to be able to continue operations until 2052."[1]

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  1. Mark Brininstool, "The Mineral Industry of the Czech Republic", U.S. Geological Survey, March 2010.

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