United States

Dotiki Mine

Click for more information

Categories

Overview

Mine TypeUnderground
StatusClosing / Closed
Commodities
  • Coal (thermal)
Mining Method
  • Continuous
  • Room-and-pillar
Production Start... Lock
ShapshotDotiki is an underground mining complex located near the city of Providence in Webster County, Kentucky. The complex was opened in 1966 and operated it until it ceased production in August 2019.

Owners

SourceSource
CompanyInterestOwnership
Alliance Resource Partners L.P. 100 % Indirect
Webster County Coal, LLC. (operator) 100 % Direct
Alliance Resource Properties L.P. through its subsidiary Webster County Coal, LLC. owns the coal resources of the Dotiki mine.

Deposit type

  • Sedimentary

Summary:

Reserves

Lock

- subscription is required.

Mining Methods

Lock

- subscription is required.

Comminution

Crushers and Mills

Milling equipment has not been reported.

Summary:

In connection with the transition of mining operations from the No. 9 and the No. 11 seams, where it has historically operated, to the No. 13 seam, Dotiki constructed a new preparation plant that became operational in early 2012 and has throughput capacity of 1,800 tons of raw coal per hour.

Processing

Lock

- subscription is required.

Production

CommodityUnits20192018201720162015
Coal (thermal) M tons 002.52.63.74
All production numbers are expressed as clean coal.

Production Costs

Commodity production costs have not been reported.

Heavy Mobile Equipment

Fleet data has not been reported.

Personnel

Mine Management

Source Source
Job TitleNameProfileRef. Date
....................... Subscription required ....................... Subscription required Subscription required Mar 26, 2024

EmployeesYear
Subscription required 2020
Subscription required 2019
Subscription required 2018
Subscription required 2017
Subscription required 2016
Subscription required 2015
Subscription required 2014
Subscription required 2013

Aerial view:

Lock

- subscription is required.