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National Mining Association

TRADE ORGANIZATION

Formed 1995 by the merger of the National Coal Association (founded 1917) with the American Mining Congress (founded 1897).

"The National Mining Association is the voice of the American mining industry in Washington, DC. NMA is the only national trade organization that represents the interests of mining before Congress, the Administration, federal agencies, the judiciary and the media. Our membership includes more than 325 corporations involved in all aspects of the mining industry including coal, metal and industrial mineral producers, mineral processors, equipment manufacturers, state associations, bulk transporters, engineering firms, consultants, financial institutions and other companies that supply goods and services to the mining industry."

Official Website:
http://www.nma.org/

Location:
Washington, DC

Founding Date:
1995

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Don L. Blankenship
Business
14-Mar-1950   CEO of Massey Energy, 2000-10
Gregory H. Boyce
Business
c. 1954   CEO of Peabody Energy
John S. Brinzo
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Cleveland-Cliffs, 1997-06
Irl F. Engelhardt
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Peabody Energy, 1990-2005
Gerald W. Grandey
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Cameco
J. Brett Harvey
Business
c. 1949   CEO of CONSOL Energy
John A. Knebel
Politician
4-Oct-1936   US Secretary of Agriculture, 1976-77
Steven F. Leer
Business
c. 1953   CEO of Arch Coal
Wayne W. Murdy
Business
c. 1945   CEO of Newmont Mining, 2001-07
Wes M. Taylor
Business
c. 1942   President, TXU Generation, 1991-2004


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