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Industrial restrictions (coal) The term 'Industrial restrictions (coal)' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Land-use restrictions that constrain, postpone, or prohibit mining in order to meet other industrial needs or goals; for example, resources not mined due to safety concerns or due to industrial or societal priorities, such as to preserve oil or gas wells that penetrate the coal reserves; to protect surface features such as pipelines, power lines, or company facilities; or to preserve public or private assets, such as highways,railroads, parks, or buildings'.
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