Indiana has Promising Sites for Underground Coal 'Gasification' Plants, According to A. Varma and E. Shafirovich

Event Date: March 4, 2009
A new report pinpoints promising sites in five southwestern Indiana counties for underground operations that can convert coal into a gas for electricity generation, production of chemicals, and plastics and fuels for cars, trucks and aircraft.

A new report issued by A. Varma and E. Shafirovich pinpoints promising sites in five southwestern Indiana counties for underground operations that can convert coal into a gas for electricity generation, production of chemicals, and plastics and fuels for cars, trucks and aircraft.  

For the full article visit http://news.uns.purdue.edu/x/2009a/090304VarmaCoalreport.html.