Million Tonnes

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China Cotton Association - Industry - Chinese Cotton Sector
... in 2006 related to a planted area of nearly five and a half million hectares (5,410,000 hectares), i.e ... eighty one million ‘mous’ (a ‘mou’ is the traditional area unit used in rural China, which is about a fifteenth of a hectare ) (81,130,000 ‘mous’) ... Chinese Statistics Office figures, production in 2006 was 6,730,000 tonnes ...
Leadville Mining District
... Cumulative production through 1963 was 240 million troy ounces of silver, 3 million troy ounces of gold, 987 million tonnes of lead, 712 million tonnes of zinc, and 48 million tonnes of copper ...
Mining In England - Fossil Fuels - Coal
... In 2007, 16,309,730 tonnes of coal were produced in the United Kingdom ... United Kingdom’s largest coal mining company, producing approximately 8.7 million tonnes of coal annually from deep mines and surface mines, and possesses estimated ... Total proved coal reserves in the United Kingdom are estimated at 220 million tonnes, although possible reserves could exceed 1 billion tonnes ...
Selby Coalfield - History
... and 3.25 m thick, resulting in an estimate of 600 million tonnes of coal in the seam, with total estimated coal reserves of 2,000 million tonnes ... Initial estimates were for a construction cost of £400 million, with 4,000 people employed, with extraction beginning in the early 1980s and lasting for 40 years, producing 10 ... Output steadily rose during from 1984 to 1994, reaching 10 million tonnes p.a ...
Communism In Australia - Sectors - Industry - Resources
... In 2000/01, 258.5 million tonnes of coal was mined, and 193.6 million tonnes exported ... In fiscal year 2008/09, 487 million tonnes of coal was mined, and 261 million tonnes exported ...

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