VANDALIA, IL – A $4.5 billion project here will mine 17 million tons (15 million t) of coal per year for onsite gasification to power turbine-electric generators and to be converted into gas-to-liquid (GTL) naphtha and diesel fuel. Phase one is expected to begin operating in about four years, with full capacity achieved in seven years, based on the current plan. A spokesman for Clean Coal Power Resources Inc. (CCPRI) says there will be three complete phases, each started one ...
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