Facts about NTEC
Navajo Mine is one of the area's top economic drivers providing local communities with a wide variety of benefits:
Frequently Asked Questions
Navajo Mine is located south of Fruitland, New Mexico and southwest of Farmington. Navajo Mine is located within the boundaries of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Mine Operations
Although Navajo Transitional Energy Company owns Navajo Mine, NTEC contracted mining operations to Bisti Fuels, a subsidiary of North American Coal Corporation.
NTEC's main office is at 4801 North Butler Ave., Building 2000 in Farmington, N.M.
Our Shiprock office is at 1 Uranium Blvd., Shiprock, N.M.
Where is Navajo Mine located?
Does NTEC operate Navajo Mine?
Where is NTEC located?
NTEC Coal production
NTEC has an exclusive agreement to supply Four Corners Power Plant with Navajo Mine coal. Navajo Mine produces nearly 6 million tons of coal a year for the 1,500 megawatt power plant.
Clean Energy Investment
NTEC understands the diverse issues relating to energy development and is actively working to secure projects that are cleaner for the environment. NTEC plans to explore solar, geothermal, wind and other clean energy projects.
NTEC is an enterprise of the Navajo Nation that was created in 2013 to purchase Navajo Mine for the Nation. Though owned by the Navajo Nation, NTEC has established a charter that allows the company to perform on behalf of the Navajo people.
Who buys NTEC's coal?
Does NTEC invest into clean energy projects?
Who owns NTEC?
NTEC provides scholarship money to the four chapters that have boundaries to Navajo Mine.
NTEC believes in being an active partner in the Four Corners community. NTEC has a Community Benefit Fund that offers non-profit organizations to seek funding for projects, as well as sponsoring large community events. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does NTEC give scholarships?
Does NTEC offer sponsorships?