Jet fuel goal of Tyonek coal to liquids
Cook Inlet would be one of two major Accelergy initiatives in North America; in Pennsylvania coal, coal waste would become fuel
Tyonek Native Corp. has a memorandum of understanding with Accelergy Corp. for a coal-to-liquids project on the west side of Alaska’s Cook Inlet (see story in Oct. 24 issue) aimed at turning the area’s plentiful coal into jet fuel.
Rocco Fiato, Accelergy’s chief technology officer, told legislators....
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