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114th RMCMI Meeting & Annual Conference:  
June 24-26, 2018
Mine Rescue program will begin on Saturday, June 23, 2018
Vail, Colorado  |  Hotel Talisa

2018 Speakers

Katharine MacGregor
, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Land and Minerals Management, U.S. Department of Interior (invited)

Charlie Kirk, Founder, Turning Point USA

Colin Marshall, President, CEO, COO, Cloud Peak Energy

Dr. Holly Krutka, VP Coal Generation and Emissions Technology, Peabody Energy

Michael J. Nasi, Partner, Jackson Walker, LLP

Rusty Ashcraft, Partner, Northstar Strategies, LLC

Laura Beverage, Jackson Kelly PLLC

Corey Heaps, Bowie Resource Partners, RMCMI Safety Presentation

Chris McCourt, Mine Manager, Colowyo Coal Company

Randall W. Atkins, Chairman & CEO, RAMACO, LLC

Tom Gray, Energy & Natural Resources Manager, Tetra Tech

Robert Murray, CEO, Murray Energy - Closing Luncheon

ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

Lodging & Rates

Room reservations are your responsibility; however, if you have any issues when trying to make your hotel reservations, please contact the RMCMI office.

You may call Hotel Talisa directly at 970-476-7111 or 800-420-2424 and request the RMCMI group rate or make your reservations online.

Hotel Talisa
1300 Westhaven Dr
Vail, CO 81657
Click here for online reservations

Superior guest rooms are available for $169/night plus $15.00 resort fee
Deluxe guest rooms are available for $189/night plus $15.00 resort fee

Suites, condos and rental homes are available at varied rates. Please contact RMCMI office for details.

The room rates are available 3 days pre and post conference, but you must call the hotel for those reservations.

 The resort fee includes access to the Aria Spa & Club, the sports, fitness and health facility, shuttle service to Lionshead and Vail Villages, and in-room high speed internet access. The shuttles run every 15 minutes to the Village.

Rooms at the Hotel Talisa are almost completely sold out.  There are a few condos available, but not many.  Because of this, we have reserved some overflow rooms at the Vail Marriott, which is .4 miles from Hotel Talisa.  The village shuttle does run between both hotels.  There is also a nice walking path along the Gore River between the two hotels.  If you are unable to reserve a room at Hotel Talisa, please click the link below for the Vail Marriott.  The rates are $199, but there is no resort fee.

 https://book.passkey.com/go/RMCMIattendee

Conference Registration

Attendees are from coal, utility, manufacturing, service/suppliers, transportation, consultants, research, education and more.

All adult attendees must have either:

Package A
Package B
Name tags are required.

 Non-members will be charged an additional $200. Speakers, scholars, and students are not required to be members.

Online Conference Registration

Click here for additional conference details & conference brochure

Mine Rescue Program

The Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute is proud to present the 27th Annual Mine Rescue Safety Training & Evaluation during the 114th Conference and Annual Meeting David and Cheryl Evans co-chair the event. The Kern Education Group provides outstanding hands on classes for emergency medical situations. The focus for this year will be: “There is a Safe Way and a Safer Way to do Rescue, we Choose the Safer Way.” Approximately 10 teams will participate in various classes and simulated scenarios to take important training back to their respective operations.

If you are interested in participating in this valuable training, please click here for additional information.

Thank you to our generous sponsors!

Bisti Fuels Company

Bowie Resource Partners, LLC

CDG Engineers

Cloud Peak Energy

Dyno Nobel

Empire Machinery

J.H. Fletcher

Komatsu Dealers

Komatsu Mining Group

Murray Energy

Nelson Brothers

North American Coal

 

Northstar Strategies, LLC

Peabody Energy

Phillips 66

Rhino Resource Partners

Rimpull Corporation

Snell & Wilmer

Trapper Mining, Inc.

Wagner Equipment

Western Fuels-Colorado, LLC

Westmoreland Coal Co.

Wheeler Machinery