Beluga
ProposedCoal Power Plant           
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AK
United States
Kenai Peninsula County
Latitude: 63.58875
Longitude: -154.49306
Fuel Conversion: Gasification/Liquefaction
Notes
Would use the Fischer Tropsch chemical conversion process. Would sequester carbon for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in the Cook Inlet oilfields.

As of Nov. 2009 Alaska Natural Resources-to-Liquids had not applied for an air permit.

http://pnp.uschamber.com/2009/03/alaska-natural-resources-to-liquids-llc.html
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PowerTypeStatusFuel
300 MWProposedCoal

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Estimated Electricity Production and Carbon Intensity
 Tons CO2MWh EnergyIntensity
2000 1,264,8002,050,100617
2011 1,280,1002,047,600625
future 1,280,1002,047,600625

The average US citizen produces 19 tons of CO2.
This power plant produces as much CO2 as 67,374 people.



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