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PostSubject: Greenhouse gas mine project nominated for award (EU news)   2007-06-12, 10:56 am

http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200706/s1948267.htm

Greenhouse gas mine project nominated for award


Work to capture greenhouse gases at a central Queensland mine has been nominated for a national environment award.

Arrow Energy has been working with Anglo Coal at the Moranbah North Coal Mine to capture greenhouse gases that are usually emitted in the mining process.

Once captured, the gas is piped to Townsville where it is used to make electricity.

Kerry Parker from Arrow Energy says the company has been working with other mines to try and extend the technology's use throughout the region.

"We're taking the view that it is to the coal mine's benefit as well in that for environmental reasons it's important to capture and use that gas ... we've got the means to do it through our current contract and hopefully through future contracts that we'll have and put it to a useful purpose rather than simply wasting that gas."

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