CTL study in works for Beluga coal
Taiwan set to join Alaska, potential investors in assessing scope and benefits of proposed 80,000 barrels-per-day Cook Inlet plant
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Spurred by high oil prices, the world is ramping up investment in coal-to-liquids projects, a trend that bodes well for future natural resources development in Cook Inlet.
The state-owned petroleum company in Taiwan, also known as the Republic of China, is poised to sign an agreement Oct. 13 with th....
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