Fairbanks looks at CTL to lower costs
Alaska’s second largest city is pursuing a project to turn nearby coal into liquid fuel, hoping to get Air Force on board as buyer
Around the turn of the 19th century, cities on the East Coast put away their lanterns and began lighting homes and factories with “town gas,” a synthetic fuel made from coal.
Today, the city of Fairbanks hopes to do something similar.
For more than a year, a public-private coalition in Alaska’s se....
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Two main steps to production
CTL history based on oil
Oil prices make CTL look good
Looking for cash, commitments
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