US Air Force considers coal-to-liquids
University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers helping military vet synthetic fuels; local officials demand overall GHG reduction
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Armed with a $10 million federal grant, and pushed by a mandate to use synthetic fuels, the U.S. Air Force is studying the merits of a large-scale coal-to-liquids plant in the Interior. A half-dozen researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks are among those helping the Air Force vet the pro....
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