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Man, WV

Did anyone else see the Low Flying Jet Today 6-16

i did and it was freaking awsome! i was working on my truck.  (Jun 16, 2009 | post #14)

Man, WV

kistler

nope still the same!...worse...  (May 23, 2009 | post #2)

Man, WV

the union steward

Who are these of lowly pay with haggard look and hair of grey? They get no rest by day or night. They're always wrong. they're never right. They do not have a law degree, but go to bat for you and me. though seldom have they been to college, they must possess the widest knowledge, of labor grades and when to grieve, Vacation pay and sickness leave, of overtime and who's to do it, of coffeetime and who's to brew it. The how and which and why and when, And all the problems of women and men. if, with forepersons the agree, then they're rats who've got weak Knees. If, to the workers they try to cater, They're branded as agitators. Those who have to take this slop are called the STEWARDS of your job.  (May 20, 2009 | post #1)

Man, WV

best place to buy firearms

i dont deal in guns much i own a xd9 and id like to get another weres a good place to purchase firearms like a pistol or a asalt rifle.  (May 7, 2009 | post #1)

Man, WV

UMWA=hasbeen

NO!  (May 6, 2009 | post #124)

Man, WV

What is your opinion on Coal to Liquid project?

100 dollars a payday,(my stock in patriot coal, the company i work for invests in to ccs and coal to liquid  (May 6, 2009 | post #28)

Man, WV

walmart video, what do you think?

i think your lost.  (May 3, 2009 | post #8)

Man, WV

What is your opinion on Coal to Liquid project?

your a lost ball in high weeds no wait your smoking the weeds arnt you. fell threw means that they didnt want it at holden and this isnt a mobil coal to liquid plant its permanent, thats why it is being built in a industrial park.and its not gas it produces its jet and diesel fuels. you just like useing the work scam dont you? dont worry ole bud you will catch on some day...lol  (May 3, 2009 | post #23)

Man, WV

What is your opinion on Coal to Liquid project?

i just want the truth to be told and if im wrong ill admite to it, but the truth must be told if we are to win this war that is driven by lies that the rest of the country is being feed and miss led by!  (May 2, 2009 | post #16)

Man, WV

What is your opinion on Coal to Liquid project?

your very welcome  (May 2, 2009 | post #15)

Man, WV

World's largest clean coal plant complete

SYDNEY, Australia — White Energy Co. Ltd. (WEC), the company developing a coal upgrading facility with Buckskin Mining Co. near Gillette, has announced completion of the world’s largest clean coal plant at Bayan Resources’ Tabang mine in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. The plant utilizes WEC's exclusively licensed binderless coal briquetting (BCB) clean coal upgrading technology – the same technology to be used in the Gillette plant. The commissioning process is now well underway and production at the plant is expected to ramp up to full capacity over the next six months with export sales of the more valuable and environmentally friendly BCB coal taking place during that period. Through the joint venture company, PT Kaltim Supacoal (KSC), the project allows White Energy to capitalize on the price spread that exists between low energy, high-moisture sub-bituminous coals and the much higher energy value bituminous coals. The estimated average cost of production of upgraded BCB coal is lower than the mining costs for most global thermal coal producers. This positions KSC as a low cost producer of thermal grade coal that is cleaner to transport, handle and burn with less residual waste than traditional bituminous thermal coal. The BCB coal will be priced similar to conventional high-rank thermal coals, due to the similar energy yield, lower pollution profile, and general handling characteristics. Based upon current and forecasted coal prices for low-rank feedstock and high-rank bituminous coals, as well as the estimated capital and operating costs of the BCB technology, the BCB coal upgrading process is expected to enjoy a favorable long-term coal upgrading price arbitrage, the company said. White Energy CEO John Atkinson said, “The significance of this project is the fact it will be our first full commercial production, large-scale operating plant, providing the first steady revenue stream to White Energy.” The company’s Gillette plant currently under development will initially produce one million tons of BCB coal per year, with planned increases in annual production up to eight tons.  (May 2, 2009 | post #1)

Man, WV

What is your opinion on Coal to Liquid project?

Coal Gasification Plants Slowly Moving Ahead Funding Proves to Be the Industry's Next Hurdle SUGAR LAND, TX--(Marketwire - April 30, 2009) - Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- One of the growing energy trends over the past few years has been the development of coal gasification projects. There are about 30 coal gasification projects in the works across the United States. These are non-integrated gasification combined-cycle stand-alone projects, which aim to produce various hydrocarbons, including liquids, liquefied natural gas, natural gas, syngas or diesel. However, none of these projects has moved into the construction phase. The capital required to engineer, construct and equip these plants totals more than $59 billion, and in the current credit crisis, finding the funding to move these projects forward has been challenging for the industry. Environmentalists have added their two cents into the mix, saying the plants are dirty and will only increase our carbon footprint and cause more global warming. The price of oil also has a bearing on the plants' economical benefits as developers put a range of $60 to $70 per barrel of oil as the point where plants clear a good margin. Since the first of the plants is scheduled to go into operation around 2012, it's hard to predict where the price of oil will be when the plants come online. Jay Brunson, Industrial Info's Vice President for Alternative Fuels, talks about the giant and controversial coal gasification industry as part of this week's "Navigating the Currents of Change" webcast. Topics of discussion include what types of material are being gasified; what types of plants are being built because of varying feedstock availability; how the current credit markets are affecting the gathering of funds to build these massive plants; and the companies that are the closest to starting actual construction. Industrial Info Resources (IIR) is a marketing information service specializing in industrial process, energy and financial related markets with products and services ranging from industry news, analytics, forecasting, plant and project databases, as well as multimedia services.  (May 2, 2009 | post #13)

Q & A with shane spurlock

Headline:

UMWA we mine clean coal

Hometown:

man

Neighborhood:

crown

Local Favorites:

the hills, macs auto, lowes and cliffside

I Belong To:

UMWA,Sarah Spurlock

When I'm Not on Topix:

im at work with the family or at play

Read My Forum Posts Because:

there interesting

I'm Listening To:

somthing loud and wild

Read This Book:

american freedom

Favorite Things:

my wife and girls my joyner my f250 and my pride

On My Mind:

my family my job and my future

Blog / Website / Homepage:

myspace buffalocreekmudslinger

I Believe In:

Union,taking care of my coworkers standing up for your self and forgiving for the past we are only human not gods!