Wyoming continues to invest heavily in coal technology research and development in its bid to keep Powder River Basin coal viable as a global commodity.
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University of Wyoming's School of Energy Resources is wrapping up a coal technology research endeavor that included $84M for 33 projects.
As major coal-producing regions in our respective countries, Wyoming and Shanxi are in a very similar position.
A first-hand report on the “advanced coal” forum that brought a delegation of Wyoming’s university and elected officials to China’s Shaanxi Province.