Pointers February 2007

BNSF Railway is studying locations for a plant which would produce liquid diesel-replacement fuel from coal, using a version of the Fischer-Tropsch process which has been developed by Tenaska Inc. BNSF's 6 300 locos consumed 5·3bn litres of diesel in 2005, and a spokesman said the economic and technical feasibility ...

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