Karvina coal mine

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The Karvina coal mine in the Czech Republic is operated by the the coal mining company OKD. In 2008 OKD merged its CSA and Lazy Mines into one mine known as the Karvina coal mine, which it planned would produce approximately 12.5 million metric tons per year.[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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