the producers of coal considered collectively
- the coal industry;
- in the shipbuilding , coal  and steel industry .
- aid to enterprises in the shipbuilding, coal and steel industry?
- ‘coal year’ means calendar year or another 12-month period used as a reference for contracts in the coal industry;
- Quantities consumed as energy to support the extraction and preparation of coal within the coal mining industry.
- Any licensed operator (within the meaning of the Coal Industry Act 1994)
- residual costs resulting from administrative, legal or tax provisions which are specific to the coal industry;
- Banks & Co. Ltd v The Coal Authority and Secretary of State for Trade and Industry.
- Electricity generating stations linked to other industries, e.g. the coal industry, are excluded.
- Member States shall notify all the aid which they intend to grant to the coal industry under this Decision during a coal year.
- the definition of target enterprises shall exclude companies in difficulties and companies from the shipbuilding, coal and steel industry,
- Also certain Community industry producers had claimed that the MIP should be linked to the cost of coking coal.
- This is the case for the coal and steel industry, the synthetic fibres and shipbuilding sectors, fisheries and aquaculture.
- The Research Programme shall support the competitiveness of the Community sectors related to the coal and steel industry.
- Banks & Co. Ltd v The Coal Authority and Secretary of State for Trade and Industry  ECR I-6117.