Clean Coal Technologies Inc. (CCTI), having spent the last ten years developing a process that will make coal both economically and environmentally viable, wrapped up testing nine months ago and is wanting to quickly move to the next phase of development.
The process that finished testing in Oklahoma used Powder River Basin coal, which already has the lowest sulfur and ash content of domestic coals. But the BTU content is lower, in part because of the high amount of water contained in the coal.
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