IGS working with EU’s underground coal gasification project

The IGS partners with 15 international institutions from the United Kingdom, Poland, Denmark, Netherlands, Canada, Austrailia, China, South Africa, Hong Kong and Slovenia in a three-year collaborative project to evaluate future technology options for coupled underground coal gasification and CO2 capture and storage. The project is an innovative approach to UCG site selection, which considers CO2 mitigation through geological storage as well as high-value end-use options for the produced gas. Maria Mastalerz, senior IGS research scientist, represented the U.S. at the project kick-off meeting in London on November 25-26, 2013.
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