Anglo Coal on Botswana gas hunt

source: miningmx.com
Brendan Ryan
Fri, 28 Aug 2009 13:40

[miningmx.com] — ANGLO Coal has embarked on a major exploration drive to prove the existence of sufficient coal bed methane (CBM) gas reserves in Botswana to feed a proposed gas-to-liquids synthetic fuel plant.

The aim is to delineate gas reserves totalling at least 4 trillion cubic feet (tcf), which will be sufficient to justify construction of a dedicated synfuels plant.

Lesser volumes of reserves could be used to supply the synthetic fuel plant Sasol is considering building in the Waterberg, next to the South Africa-Botswana border.

Anglo Coal is already conducting gas exploration activities in the Waterberg, where it [continue reading]


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