Coal companies, led by Enron, have spent decades trying to get consumers to buy coal.
The problem is that consumers are buying coal and are buying it cheap.
But consumers are not buying coal because they like it.
Consumers are buying them because they don’t like it and they don the power to change it.
And the power of those power is slowly slipping away.
The U.N. says the world’s supply of coal is growing rapidly, and demand is increasing.
The world has about 6 trillion tons of coal, which is more than the entire amount of natural gas in the world, and is set to overtake the world supply of natural oil this year.
The U.K. is the largest producer of coal in the U, while Australia, China, India, and Brazil are the largest coal exporters.
But for all of those countries, coal is still a huge problem.
It is a massive industry, and it has become the source of jobs and billions of dollars in profits for the coal industry.
In a recent survey of coal-producing countries, The Economist magazine said that coal accounted for 20 percent of the country’s gross domestic product.
It also has a huge impact on the climate.
Coal produces about half of the carbon dioxide that humans are releasing into the atmosphere, and this contributes to climate change.
And coal has been a big source of pollution.
It’s a key ingredient in some of the most deadly pollutants, like arsenic, mercury, and lead.
Coal is also a major contributor to global warming.
The United States is one of the biggest consumers of coal.
In 2015, the U