Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Decker-Powder-River-Coal-Mine-27MZIF3ET5O0.htmlConceptually similarDecker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJDKCompleted★★★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJDLCompleted★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJE2Completed★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJE3Completed★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJD1Completed★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJDRCompleted★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJD3Completed★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJD4Completed★★★★Decker Powder River Coal MineGP0STOJDBCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOJEDDecker Powder River Coal MineA drag line scoops overburden, the soil and rock layer that covers a layer of coal, and dumps it at the Decker Coal Mine in Decker. Greenpeace is calling on Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to stop selling publicly owned coal at subsidized prices and for the governments of Oregon and Washington to deny permits for export facilities on the Columbia River.Locations:Montana-North America-United States of AmericaDate:20 Aug, 2014Credit:© Greenpeace / Tim AubryMaximum size:7200px X 4546pxKeywords:Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Coal mines-Day-Equipment-KWCI (GPI)-Mining-Multiple images-Open-pit mining-OutdoorsShoot:Decker Coal Mine Powder RiverMining activities at the Ambre Energy Decker Coal Mine near the Tongue River Reservoir in the Powder River Basin. Ambre is seeking to expand coal mining operations on public land as part of its controversial proposals to export coal through Oregon and Washington. Greenpeace is calling on Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to stop selling publicly owned coal at subsidized prices and for the governments of Oregon and Washington to deny permits for export facilities on the Columbia River. Ambre says the mine produces approximately 3 million metric tons of coal each year.