Turning coal into liquid fuel
Calgary startup plans to build C$4.5B plant to produce 40,000 bpd of fuel by 2014; project to include CO2 capture for EOR
For Petroleum News
A small Calgary company is prepared to lead the rest of Canada in converting coal into liquid petroleum fuels, with plans for a C$4.5 billion project to produce 40,000 barrels per day over 50 years starting in 2014.
Alter NRG proposes to turn coal reserves in northwestern Alberta into diesel fuel an....
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