“We think that (carbon capture research) is the key to unlocking additional efficiencies and revenue possibilities for North Dakota’s coal reserves”
Carbon capture and utilization holds promise for reemploying coal miners and making coal more relevant.
‘The days of coercive federalism are over,’ new EPA head Scott Pruit said.
Why shouldn’t a high-efficiency coal plant that could some day employ carbon capture get a boost from state policy?
clean coal technologies can have a meaningful and positive impact on the Nation’s energy security and economic growth
because North Dakota has high percentages of agriculture around the state, the potential extra carbon could potentially be absorbed and have little to no impact…