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COAL. Report by Secretary for Mines for January, 1942.

27 February 1942

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Summary

-2- by month ago electricity undertakings averaged 514,000 tons in January Compared with 448,000 in the previous month and 444,000 tons a year ago. Consumption by gas works was also over the half million mark at 502,000 tons compared with 427,000 the previous month and 414,000 tons a year ago. Railways and engineering and allied trades showed a substantial increase over the previous year. Against this is to be set a slight fall in the consumption of coal by the iron and stee industry and also by the miscellaneous industries not covered above.

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coal mining electricity infrastructure water supply absenteeism coke engineering industrial production industrial workers industry labour supply miners gas productivity railways rationing supply weather fuel price control utilities licensing mines department industrial consumption relations civil consumption nationwide reserve stocks lord president's committee

Civil Defence Region
Nationwide
Collection ID
CAB71
Document Reference
CAB 71/8/52
Document Types
Report
Statistical Publication
File Reference
CAB 71/8
Former Department Reference
LP(42) 50
Identifier
10.1080/wtss.cab71.000008.052
Keywords
Absenteeism
Civil Consumption
Coal
Coke
Electricity
Engineering
Fuel
Gas
Industrial Consumption
Industrial Production
Industrial Workers
Industry
Infrastructure
Miners
Mining
Productivity
Railways
Reserve Stocks
Water Supply
Weather
Language
English
Organizations Discussed
Lord President's Committee
Mines Department
Pages
5
Themes
Industry
Infrastructure
Rationing
Supply
Labour Supply
Relations
Fuel
Utilities
Licensing
Price Control

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