Report: Coal-to-liquids costly but doable
Plant near Eielson Air Force Base makes most sense; small-scale demonstration project could reduce commercial, technical risks
For Petroleum News
The ambitious coal-to-liquids project proposed for the Fairbanks area could be economic at oil prices above $108 a barrel, according to a conceptual study of the project completed by the Toronto-based engineering firm Hatch Ltd.
The study, released Nov. 11, estimates that a large-scale plant would....
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