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Jonathan Gallardo Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. has a permanent location for its test facility in Campbell County.
Sean Mahoney, the company’s press officer, said the University of Wyoming is working with the company to get the test plant up and running at the former Fort Union mine site as soon as possible. The site is northeast of Gillette off Garner Lake Road.
“We had a lot of boxes to check in order to ensure maximum return,” said Aiden Neary, the company’s COO and CFO. “This particular location, we filled each box.” Continue reading “Clean Coal to put test plant at former Fort Union site” »
Development of a Clean Coal Technologies Inc. research plant and commercial production facility in the Powder River Basin will begin in the New Year at the former Two Elk property southeast of Wright. Continue reading “Clean Coal set to make Wyoming move” »
(Gillette, Wyo.) A new clean coal technology is heading towards its next big developmental step right here in Gillette. Continue reading “Clean Coal Test Plant Coming To Gillette” »
GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A company that is developing a process to produce cleaner burning coal plans to begin work next month on establishing a test plant in northeast Wyoming, a company official said. Continue reading “Coal test plant coming to Wyoming in November” »
CEO says coal process ‘seriously needs to go to the next level’ Continue reading “Coal test plant coming to PRB in Nov.” »
After about an eight-month process of discussion and negotiation, the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources solidified a relationship with a New York-based clean-coal company this week. Continue reading “UW Partners With New York-Based Clean Coal Firm” »