Keystone Mineria

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Keystone Mineria is a unit of Keystone Industries LLC with a range of coal exploration interests in Colombia, South America. The company states on its website that "production is scheduled for early 2011." The company states that it has "Acquired more than 100,000 hectares of coal concessions in Colombia" in Cundinamarca and Santander departments in Colombia.[1]

The Keystone Coal Company, which is owned by Tom Scholl, is the owner of the is developing the Keystone Coal Terminal in Jacksonville, Florida. It is proposed that the terminal would import coal from Colombia.[2]

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  1. Keystone Industries, "Cundinamarca, Colombia - Keystone Mineria", Keystone Industries website, accessed February 2011.
  2. Mark Szakonyi, "Keystone preparing to import South American coal to Jacksonville," Jacksonville Business Journal, January 23, 2009.

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