Coal Utilization Research Council

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The Coal Utilization Research Council (CURC) describes itself as "an industry advocacy group that promotes the efficient and environmentally-sound use of coal."[1] CURC is a promoter of Carbon Capture and Storage technology.

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Coal Utilization Research Council
1050 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
Washington DC 20007
Phone: 202-298-1850
Website: http://www.coal.org/

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Sources

  1. "Coal Utilization Research Council", Coal Utilization Research Council website, accessed March 2009.

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