States Shipping Coal to Nebraska in 2004
In 2004, 99.1 percent of the coal transported to Nebraska for electricity generation, industrial plants, and the residential and commercial sectors came from Wyoming. Nearly the entire coal supply for the state was imported domestically by railroad. Less than 500 short tons or less than 0.05 percent was imported by truck. All of the coal was subbituminous with the exception of the amount shipped from Pennsylvania (15,000 short tons in 2004) which was anthracite coal.
Coal Shipped into Nebraska by State of Origin, 1989-2004
Sources: Form EIA-6A, Coal Distribution Report. Energy Information Administration; Office of Coal, Nuclear, Electric and Alternate Fuels; U.S. Department of Energy; Washington, DC. Nebraska Energy Office, Lincoln, NE.
Notes: An asterisk (*) indicates that the quantity is less than 500 short tons or the percent is less than 0.05. The total may not equal the sum of the components because of independent rounding.
The table and map were updated on October 5, 2006.