WV Coal-to-Liquids Plant Using NatGas Gets State Approval

Mason County, WV

In June MDN brought you news of a “first of its kind” coal-to-liquids plant planned for Mason County, WV (see Proposed WV Coal-to-Liquids Plant Uses Natural Gas). The $1.2 billion project will create “ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel, gasoline and other liquids.” The main two ingredients in the process are coal and (you guessed it), natural gas. Good news: the WV Dept. of Environmental Protection has approved the project, issuing a draft construction permit.

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