Coal gasification project remains alive
Cook Inlet Region Inc. is requesting return of reclamation bond for core holes; drilling in 2010 and 2011 showed promise
For Petroleum News
Cook Inlet Region Inc. is asking the state for return of a reclamation bond the company posted in connection with its underground coal gasification project.
But this doesn’t mean the project is dead.
“We’re still looking at it with our partner,” CIRI spokesman Jason Moore told Petroleum News.
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‘Coal energy without mining’
Exploration permit expired
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