DKRW Advanced Fuels recently announced that Medicine Bow Fuel & Power has entered into a contract to begin building a coal liquification plant, according to Senator Enzi.
The plant will convert Wyoming coal into an estimated 11,600 barrels-per-day of low sulfur gasoline while capturing 92 percent of the generated CO2. Enzi was pleased with DKRW's estimate that the plant could provide up to 2,300 construction jobs and 400 full-time jobs in Wyoming.
"Wyoming's abundant energy resources should be used to benefit both the state and the nation," Enzi said. " This project not only creates a bigger market for Wyoming coal, it helps America better develop its most abundant resource."