Coal Age

The Coal Miner's Choice: Preferred Over Every Competitor

Independent Surveys Confirm that Coal Age Editorial is Preferred Over All Other Industry Publications1
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Low cost energy is one of America's strengths. The use of coal as a major fuel source for U.S. power plants will keep energy costs low for the foreseeable future. For more than 100 years, Coal Age has been the magazine readers can trust for guidance and insight on this important industry. It remains the most widely read and most respected magazine in the industry.

Globally, the demand for coal continues to grow as industrialized and developing nations' demand for low-cost energy increases. Over the next two decades, the U.S. Department of Energy has forecast total worldwide energy demand will grow more than 55% and coal use is forecast to grow 74%. The U.S. produces approximately 1 billion tons of coal annually. More than 93% of coal consumption in the U.S. is used for electrical power generation. As a fuel source, coal continues to provide the largest percentage of total electricity generation in the U.S. Electricity demand is a function of gross domestic product and residential demand.

More recently, coal exports and the seaborne coal trade have attracted a lot of attention. Demand for coal worldwide, especially coking coals used to make steel, has pushed delivered prices to highs of approximately $200/ton. The market fundamentals are expected to remain robust for the foreseeable future. This is a considerable premium over steam coals, which are used for power generation and selling for about $65/ton. Some of the best coking coals can be found in West Virginia, Virginia and Alabama.

Coal Age remains the best choice for advertisers selling machinery and services to reach coal mining and processing professionals. With more than 100 years of service, we are proud not only of our longevity, but of the quality of the publication we continue to create. As the industry changes and responds to new challenges, Coal Age will continue to lead with meaningful— and fearless—editorial that commands respect from a demanding and loyal readership.

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Steve Fiscor
Vice President - Editorial Director
sfiscor@mining-media.com
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Jennifer Jensen
Assistant Editor, Engineering & Mining Journal, Coal Age and C&D World
jjensen@mining-media.com
Vic Matteucci, East Region Sales Manager, Coal Age, E&MJ, Equipo Minero, The ASIA Miner
Victor W. Matteucci
Midwest/East Region Sales Manager
Coal Age, E&MJ, Equipo Minero, The ASIA Miner
Tel +1 440 257 7565
Fax +1 440 257 6265
vmatteucci@mining-media.com
Mary Lu Buse, West Region Sales Manager, Coal Age, E&MJ, Equipo Minero, The ASIA Miner
Mary Lu Buse
West Region Sales Manager
Coal Age, E&MJ, Equipo Minero, The ASIA Miner
Tel +1 512 847 3495
Cell +1 818 880 4024
mlbuse@mining-media.com

 

Coal Age is Received by More People in the Industry and Preferred by Far Over its Competitors
Is it Any Surprise That More Than 90% of Readers Rank Coal Age Editorial as Superior to All Other Industry Publications?2

Coal Age Media Kit Graph

Average Monthly Qualified Circulation1
16,009
Sources of Average Monthly Non-Qualified
Circulation Including:
Advertisers & Agencies1
1,427
Non-Qualified1
1,348
Average Bonus Digital Copies3
9,228
Qualified and Non-Qualified Total
28,012
"Independent Surveys of Both Longwall USA and MINExpo Attendees Show That Coal Age is the Best Read Publication in the Industry."

No other publication comes close to Coal Age's circulation and no other publication can promise advertisers the return on their advertising investment. The most widely read and most respected magazine in the industry is still your best choice to reach your audience.2

Sources: 1. BPA Circulation Statement Coal Age, June, 2013. 2. 2012 Coal Age Readership Survey, Sprockets Design Group, LLC, July, 2012. 3. Publishers Own Data