Buckingham Mine No. 6 is an underground, room-and-pillar mine located in Southeast Ohio. It currently operates three (3) mining units within over 8,500 acres of permitted coal reserves, with an operation capacity of 1.2 million tons per year. Buckingham’s coal is washed in a state-of-the-art preparation plant on-site and shipped by rail to Unit 4 of the Conesville Electrical Generating Station operated by American Electric Power.
Conesville Power Plant has a 780-megawatt capacity with Unit 4 being a 312-megawatt coal/steam unit located in Coshocton, Ohio.
Buckingham Mine has two 7-member Mine Rescue Teams who train regularly and are ready to assist should the need arise.
|2015||Mine Rescue Teams - Mine Safety Competition, 3rd Place|
|2013||Mine Rescue Teams - Mine Safety Competition, 2nd Place|
|2012||Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association – Certificate of Achievement in Safety – Large Coal Processing Facility Group|
|2010||Mine Rescue Teams - Mine Safety Competition, 3rd Place|
|2009||Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association – Certificate of Achievement in Safety – Large Coal Processing Facility Group|