National Commission on Energy Policy solicits ideas about the future of coal

Gleason, William
November 2007
Mining Engineering;Nov2007, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p38
Academic Journal
This article offers update on a scoping meeting of the U.S. National Commission on Energy Policy that was held in Denver, Colorado on September 17, 2007 to solicit ideas about the future of coal. This meeting is just one of the meetings held as part of the commission's research on the challenges for expanded coal production in the U.S. Coal is expected to remain a significant component of fuel mix in the U.S. During the forum, coal geologist and scientist emeritus Harold Gluskoter discussed coal resources and reserves in the U.S.


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