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Energy companies, Wash. U. team up to study 'clean' coal

There are 2 comments on the STLtoday story from Dec 7, 2008, titled Energy companies, Wash. U. team up to study 'clean' coal. In it, STLtoday reports that:

The nation's two largest coal companies and one of the largest coal-burning utilities agreed to give Washington University $12 million over five years to help make the St.

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#1 Dec 11, 2008
For those who are concerned with Global Warming and say that the United States must cut down on its energy usage perhaps they need to do a bit of research with regards to the supply of coal in the United States and the newly developed clean coal technologies out there now available. 250 Years Supply of Coal and Clean Coal Technologies; What does it all mean for America?...
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#2 Dec 18, 2008
Bringing together the unique production processes of UCG clean coal technology and CTL presents exciting opportunities for the future of the company and the country. LincĀ“s syngas is a much cheaper feedstock for the CTL process than traditional sources such as Natural Gas or Coal Gas derived from above ground coal gasification.

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