Coal conversion plant fires up in China

January 2009
Nature;1/15/2009, Vol. 457 Issue 7227, p249
Academic Journal
The article states that China's first coal liquefaction plant, located in Inner Mongolia, is running. This facility is run by the state-owned Shenhua Group and has been converting coal into liquid fuel and chemical products since December 2008. While the Chinese government declared a moratorium on the technology due to high carbon dioxide emissions, they allowed this plant to be constructed.


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