Accelergy project could use natural gas
Coal biomass to liquids process being studied for Tyonek could use some gas in process to produce primarily jet fuel from coal
The project Accelergy Corp. is looking at to use coal to produce liquids fuels — primarily jet fuel — at Tyonek could use some natural gas in the process, providing an industrial user for North Slope natural gas in Alaska’s Cook Inlet. That could potentially solve a problem with a pipeline to Cook I....
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