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Feasibility of Technologies to Produce Coal-Based Fuels with Equal or Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions than Petroleum Fuels
Final rept. 17 Jan-22 Dec 2014
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC (OPERATIONAL ENERGY PLANS AND PROGRAMS)
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This report examines the feasibility of potential technologies that could enable coal-based fuels to meet the requirements of the DoD consistent with section 526 of the Energy Independence and Security Act EISA of 2007 Public Law 110-140. The report also discusses research on those technologies that are most promising for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, capture of carbon, and other approaches that could enable coal-based fuels to be procured under section 526 of the EISA 2007.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE