Senate panel OKs coal-to-gas funds
Stevens pushes for federal backing of Fairbanks synthetic fuels project to cut reliance of Interior military bases on foreign oil
For Petroleum News
FAIRBANKS – U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens has won tentative approval for a $10 million grant aimed at jumpstarting a synthetic fuels project near Fairbanks. The money was included in a draft defense spending bill approved Sept. 10 by a Senate Appropriations subcommittee. The measure has yet to pass the full....
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