|Permit Number: C0070033|
|The Wildcat Loadout Facility is currently operating.|
The Wildcat Loadout Facility, operated by Andalex Resources, Inc., a subsidiary of UtahAmerican Energy, Inc. (as of August 9, 2006), initiated operations in April 1985. The site is located three miles west of U.S. Highway 6, on Consumers Road near the town of Helper in Carbon County, Utah. Prior to the opening of the Wildcat Loadout Facility by Andalex, a portion of the present permit area was previously utilized as a coal loadout by other entities.
|The permit area comprises approximately 100 acres, of which 12.5 acres are under a right of way agreement between the Utah Railway and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The remaining acreage (approximately 87.5 acres) is BLM land utilized under Right of Way agreements.|
The facility crushes, screens, and sorts coal hauled from the Centennial Mine, operated by Andalex Resources, Inc., the Crandall Canyon Mine operated by Genwal Resources, Inc. and the West Ridge Mine operated by West Ridge Resources, Inc. This facility is designed to handle up to 5 million tons of coal annually.
Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining jurisdiction over the Wildcat Loadout Facility was established by programmatic changes finalized in January 1986. Prior to that time, the Division had no jurisdiction over this type of facility.
The Wildcat Loadout Facility's permit was transferred from Andalex Resources, Inc. to Intermountain Power Agency on June 27, 2011.
|Last Updated: Jun 29 2011 01:04:00:000PM|
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