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black coal

[¦blak ′kōl]
(geology)
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It was reported that by increasing the percentage of biomass in co-gasification of pine chips with black coal and Sabero coal, C[O.
Almost all coal produced in the country is brown, as annual production of black coal has not exceeded 20,000 mt.
2] emissions than black coal (by about 6 percent), and between three and seven times more than gas.
Black coal resources are mainly found in the states of Queensland and New South Wales (NSW), which respectively accounted for 58% and 38% of the total economic demonstrated resources (EDR) of black coal in 2013.
Black Coal, Thin Ice both bends towards convention and bucks away from it, using the tropes of the procedural to further Diao's exploration of the absurd.
ic Exploring scale and the interplay between internal and external spaces, Henry Moore: Back to a Land also emphasises the artist's constant investigation of land, from the black coal seams of his home town and the rich geology of Britain, to the mystical ancient forms of Stonehenge.
But one lioness was not impressed by his black coal eyes and carrot nose and showed the fluffy, white newcomer who was boss.
Black Coal, Thin Ice , which won the Golden Bear award at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, is a dark Chinese detective thriller written and directed by Diao Yinan.
We would be hungry, thirsty and also on our faces we would have beards and moustaches which had been formed by the thick black coal dust that was polluting the river.
Even dirty ol' black coal, which traditionally has had stable prices, ran up almost 50% in 2008.
Examining large, brittle chunks of shiny black coal the other Saturday, this aspect of energy policy seemed to be the one that dares not speak its name.
2011, The effects of sub-critical and super-critical carbon dioxide adsorption-induced coal matrix swelling on the permeability of naturally fractured black coal.