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Oman and coal

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Oman, which is noted as a producer of oil and gas, has no domestic production of coal.[1]

The proposed Al-Duqum Independent Water and Power Project, which would be a 1000 megawatt coal-fired power station[2], would be reliant on imported coal.

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  1. Philip M. Mobbs, "The Mineral Industry of Oman", 2007 Minerals Yearbook: Oman, U.S. Geological Survey, December 2008.
  2. Oman Power and Water Procurement Company, "Al-Duqum IWPP", Oman Power and Water Procurement Company website, accessed September 2009.

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