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Waste CO2 to be turned into ingredients for fuel, plastics and even food

... warming by cutting down the amount of CO2 we vent into the air and then re-using it—a technique known as carbon capture and utilisation (CCU).

Panel of speakers talk coal, Colstrip at Northern Plains Resource Council annual meeting in Billings
Helena Independent Record

"I wish people outside the coal industry knew that we take pride in our community and our work. It can be dangerous. It's difficult and long hours but we ...

Big coal seasoned to China's winter bans
The Australian Financial Review

How secure and enduring this latest round of bans will be sits largely in the lap of China's massive domestic coal industry. It has been targeted for ...

Struggling Coal Plants May Get A Lifeline In New Senate Bill
The Daily Caller

The bill could bail out President Donald Trump and help him fulfill a campaign promise to aid America's coal industry. Trump's Energy department has ...

Zambezi Gas doubles coal production

... but started coal mining operations last year, with monthly production levels of only 50 000 tonnes, but has doubled that to 100 000 tonnes of coking, ...

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