SFPG spends as much researching a property, if not more than, any organization (he) has been with previously.
Indeed, staff turnover is very low (E&MJ can verify seeing many of the same faces in 1994 that were at SFPG in 1981).
Bureau of Labor Statistics data for the first half of 1994, SFPG has better record than the U.
SFPG spent over $2M on metallurgical test work, and will spend a further $2M optimizing processing.
And SFPG is not content with taking off-the-shelf wisdom or processes.
Not when you realize that from a 1984 startup to its divestiture in 1993, SFPG reduced the absolute cost of production at the Lee Ranch coal mine, also beating inflation in the process.
Like other SFPG operations, safety performance is excellent.
The incentive system is similar to other SFPG mines and considers the following: