Agrium teams with Alaska Railroad
Usibelli, Homer Electric also working Blue Sky project to gasify coal as feedstock for fertilizer plant, produce power for sale
Agrium is in phase 2, front-end engineering design, of its Kenai Blue Sky project, which would use gasified coal as feedstock to replace natural gas for the company’s Nikiski fertilizer facility.
In a Feb. 26 presentation to the Alaska Legislature, Alaska Railroad Corp. President and CEO Pat Gamble....
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Gasification would provide feedstock
Gas needed in short term
200 megawatt power plant
Railroad a financing possibility
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