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Tom Scholl is the owner of the Keystone Coal Company, a unit of Keystone Industries LLC. The Keystone Coal Company is developing the Keystone Coal Terminal in Jacksonville, Florida. It is proposed thet the terminal would import coal from Colombia.
The Jacksonville Business Journal also reports Scholl "owns a mine in West Virginia and mining rights in Colombia". The legal firm Brigham More, who had Scholl as a client, describe him as "a third generation coal man who once worked in the mines of West Virginia."
Articles and resources
- Mark Szakonyi, "Keystone preparing to import South American coal to Jacksonville," Jacksonville Business Journal, January 23, 2009.
- Brigham More, Brigham More attains highest jury award for eminent domain valuation in Florida circuit county", Brigham More website, May 6, 2008.
Related SourceWatch articles
- Adam Bruns, "Terminal Marks New Beginning Keystone Coal goes from ‘slow take’ to ramp-up in Jacksonville", Site Selection, Vol. 2, Issue 09, December 2010.