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Editorial--Clean coal project could be game-changer for Texas


Dallas Morning News- "Last week's announcement that Summit Power has won a $350 million federal grant to build a coal gasification plant in West Texas positions our state as a leader in developing the next generation of power facilities."

Editorial-At Copenhagen, the US should partner with India


India's energy needs, growing economy, and the melting Himalayas put the country in a difficult situation. Multilateral negotiations, such as those at Copenhagen this week, can only go so far – and move only so fast. India and the US could develop a true partnership based on critical, mutual needs and benefit both in the long term.

News--Idaho Plant Gets Permit With CO2 Limits


Idaho- An air permit issued by Idaho regulators for a proposed coal-to-fertilizer gasification plant establishes one of the first CO2 emission limits in the nation.  The captured CO2 will be used for enhanced oil recovery.

News--Coalworks and Synthesis Energy Systems Announce Strategic Alliance to Develop Oaklands 'Synthetic Gasoline' Plant


Sydney, Australia -Coalworks Limited  and Synthesis Energy Systems Inc. ("SES") , a global industrial gasification company, intend to develop, acoal gasification and liquefaction plant at Oaklands in New South Wales, Australia.

News--Sierra Club appeals gas plant permit


Mt Vernon, IL -Sierra Club appeals IEPA air permit for Powerholdings SNG plant.

News--Ind. plant would pipe carbon dioxide to oil rigs


Rockport, Indiana-A proposed plant that would gasify coal to make natural gas plans to transport its captured CO2 using a pipeline that would connect to Denbury's Mississippi enhanced oil recovery operations.

News--Ind. coal-gasification plant cost reaches $2.5B


Indiana- Duke Energy's Edwardsport IGCC will cost $150 million more than previous estimates.  The company will seek to recover the higher costs in a future rate case.

News--A cleaner coal? Energy companies hope to turn coal into gas -- by burning it underground


Underground coal gasification (UCG) is one of a handful of techniques to make coal — the cheapest, most plentiful fuel around — more palatable to a carbon-constrained world.

News--U.S. Power Companies Seek Out Chinese Allies


China-Some of the biggest names in the U.S. power industry are teaming up with Chinese partners, seeking access to the cash, equipment and technology offered by China's fast-growing energy sector.

News--Capturing a Niche in Low-Carbon Market


China-China is tops at greenhouse gases emissions, from all the coal it burns. But China sees a green lining there, too. 

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