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News--U.S. vs. China: Working Together on Global Warming?


China-The burden of climate change may fall on the two biggest emitters: China and the United States.

News - Durbin confident FutureGen will be approved by Department of Energy


Mattoon, IL -US Senator Durbin sees DOE advancing FutureGen

News - China and U.S. Energy Giants Team Up for 'Clean Coal'


China.-In confronting coal's carbon dioxide emissions, US and Chinese companies find they are more natural partners, not rivals.

News - Syngas With Carbon Capture at Cook Inlet


Anchorage, AK.- Alaskan Native Corporation proposes one of the nation's first Underground Coal Gasification plants with carbon storage.

News - A Bid to Cut Emissions Looks Away From Coal


Washington, DC.- Using relatively pure carbon dioxide emissions from existing sources may speed carbon sequestration deployment.

News -Summit Power and Blue Source Announce Agreement On CO2 Management


HOUSTON & DALLAS--(Business Wire)--Summit Texas Clean Energy, LLC, a Summit Power Group company and leading power
developer, today announced that an agreement has been reached with Blue Source, a leading emissions reduction project developer, to market nearly 3 million tons
of carbon dioxide (CO2) expected to be captured annually from Summit`s West Texas power project.

News - Decision Coming On Texas Clean Coal Plant


Odessa, Tex.-A decision on whether the federal government will fund part of a 400-megawatt coal gasification power plant could come “any day.”

News - Burning Coal Underground


Burning coal underground could be one of the next breakthroughs to increase the world's energy supply, similar to establishment of Canadian oil sands, executives and academics told a conference in London recently.

News - NTPC To Begin Work on 100 MW Syngas Plant


New Delhi -  State-owned NTPC will set up a 100-MW green power plant based on synthesis gas (coal turned into gas) and would appoint consultants for the same by the end of this year.

News - Pipeline Would Carry Midwest CO2 to Gulf Coast's Oil Fields


Midwestern states are working with energy companies to overcome one of the biggest obstacles to carbon capture and storage: finding ways to transport the gas from its industrial source to its final resting place.

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