By CASEY JUNKINS
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
WHEELING, W.Va. — The International Energy Agency does not believe President Trump’s plans to overturn Obama-era environmental regulations will do much to bolster coal markets, as the Paris-based organization predicts a “decade of stagnation” in demand for the carbon-rich mineral.
Amid new concerns coal executives express about further power plant closures, hope remains in the form of new carbon capture and and clean coal technologies which may satisfy the environmental concerns of some in the global community.
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