Council: Global gasification will surge
Pace of coal-to-gas conversion expected to accelerate as would-be developers learn more about and gain confidence
For Petroleum News
Gasification capacity is poised to grow 70 percent over the next seven years, setting the stage for greater acceptance in Canada, where the first commercial coal gasification project is making steady progress.
Sherritt International, which is partnering with the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board....
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