Low sulphur coal

From Global Energy Monitor

Low sulphur coal is described by the U.S. coal company Foundation Coal as "coal which, when burned, emits 1.6 pounds or less of sulfur dioxide per million Btus. [British Thermal Units].[1]

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  1. Foundation Coal Holdings, "2008 Annual Report", Foundation Coal, page 28.

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