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Coal offers cautious optimism for Trump at first post-election conference

URL: https://www.snl.com/InteractiveX/article.aspx?CDID=A-38623833-12331&KPLT=4 SNL, Christopher Coats, 12/8/2016 At one of the first industrywide gatherings since Election Day, the coal sector offered cautious optimism about the Trump administration’s impact on the industry after years of challenges. Gathered in New York for the … Continue reading

10. December 2016 by Terry Headley
Categories: American Coal Council, Beltway & Beyond, CAA, carbon, CCP, CCS, CCT, CCUS, Climate Change, CO2, Coal Trading Conference, conference, CPP, Election, Emerging Markets, Energy, Energy Trading, EPA, Export, Industry Reports, Mercury, Mining, NSPS GHG, OSM, Ozone, Permits, Policy, Power Generation, Stream Buffer Zone Rule | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Coal offers cautious optimism for Trump at first post-election conference

After the Election: What Coal Needs Most

Energy and Environment Monitor, M. Shane Harvey and Jackson Kelly, (11/28/2016) Energy and Environment Monitor, M. Shane Harvey and Jackson Kelly, (11/28/2016) URL: http://eem.jacksonkelly.com/2016/11/after-the-election-what-coal-needs-most.html My colleagues and I have the privilege of working with coal operators every day in the … Continue reading

10. December 2016 by Terry Headley
Categories: American Coal Council, carbon, CCP, CCS, CCT, CCUS, CO2, coal, CPP, Energy, Jobs, Mining, Stream Buffer Zone Rule | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on After the Election: What Coal Needs Most

Boundary Dam project – proving that coal-fueled energy is clean

This NatGeo article on the Boundary Dam project in Saskatchewan is a good, fast look at one attempt to employ carbon capture and storage technologies as a means of addressing CO2 emissions from coal-fueled energy. Boundary Dam extracts 90 percent of … Continue reading

16. October 2015 by Jason Hayes
Categories: Canada, CCS, CCT, CO2, Emissions, Energy, Environment, Power Generation, Utilities | Tags: , , | Comments Off on Boundary Dam project – proving that coal-fueled energy is clean

We need both clean AND affordable energy

Editor’s note: I just posted this piece as response to yet another article that plays the tired and cliched “dirty coal” game. It’s time for those of us who support American jobs, as well as affordable, secure, domestic AND clean energy to … Continue reading

04. August 2015 by Jason Hayes
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Clean Coal Technologies: An Environmental Success Story

12. April 2015 by Jason Hayes
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Bechtel opens world’s first coal-seam-gas to LNG plant

On December 28th, Bechtel began loading LNG sourced from coal seams at their Queensland Curtis LNG facility. The QCLNG project connects more than 2,000 onshore wells, which flow into a 335 mile pipeline that moves the gas to the liquefaction facility … Continue reading

02. January 2015 by Jason Hayes
Categories: Australia, CCT, Energy, Good for you, Industry Reports, Jobs, Marketplace Information, Ports | Tags: , , | Comments Off on Bechtel opens world’s first coal-seam-gas to LNG plant

Another photoshopped image of “carbon pollution”

I recently received an email that pointed to a Financial Post article on the EPA’s latest GHG emissions rule. At the top of the linked article was another one of these badly photoshopped images that attempt to portray power plant emissions … Continue reading

18. July 2014 by Jason Hayes
Categories: carbon, CCT, Climate Change, Education, Energy, Environment, EPA, Marketplace Information, Policy, Power Generation, Regulation, Utilities | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Another photoshopped image of “carbon pollution”

Affordable, reliable energy is essential to our well-being

A March 18th blog post from UKIP member of the European Parliament, Roger Helmer, takes a bite out of the wind industry’s claims that they have played a key role in lowering energy prices and increasing competition. Unfortunately, renewables do … Continue reading

26. March 2014 by Jason Hayes
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GRE partners with Chinese firm to market DryFining

ACC member Great River Energy has partnered with a Chinese firm to market their DryFining technology to utilities in China. Great River Energy recently completed negotiations for and executed a DryFining License and Technology Transfer Agreement with Tangshan Shenzhou Manufacturing … Continue reading

25. November 2013 by Jason Hayes
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ACC statement on EPA’s revised carbon regulation

Washington, D.C. – The American Coal Council (ACC) released the following statement regarding the release, earlier today, of the EPA’s carbon pollution standards for new power plants.

20. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
Categories: carbon, CCS, CCT, Climate Change, Emissions, Energy, Environment, EPA, Jobs, Marketplace Information, Policy, Regulation, USA | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on ACC statement on EPA’s revised carbon regulation

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