With low natural gas prices marginalizing the once prominent place of coal in American energy sources, domestically produced coal in the United States may find future markets abroad. Carlos Fernandez Alvarez of the International Energy Agency, Scott Smouse of the U.S. Department of Energy, and Ailun Yang of the World Resources Institute sketched the current landscape of American coal production and debated its future in the international energy market. Carnegie's David Burwell moderated.