Lauri Hennessey

Alliance for Northwest Jobs and Exports

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Spokeswoman for the Alliance for Northwest Jobs and Exports, a coalition of coal companies, rail operators, unions and business groups that support the port developments

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The US is getting "greener" as coal is replaced by natural gas, which is cleaner and cheaper, but that doesn't mean the coal industry's going away. Its salvation might lie in exports.

China and the Future of Coal in America

The US is getting "greener" as coal is replaced by natural gas, which is cleaner and cheaper, but that doesn't mean the coal industry's going away. Its salvation might lie in exports.

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