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Axens and Headwaters Create Coal Liquefaction Tech JV

5:41 AM MST | January 20, 2010 | Alex Scott

Axens (Paris), a petrochemicals technology provider, and Headwaters (South Jordan, UT), a materials technology firm, say they have created a joint venture company Alliance DCL, to provide solutions for producing clean transport fuels via direct coal liquefaction (DCL). Alliance DCL is providing DCL technology as a stand alone activity or in conjunction with other feedstocks such as refinery residues or biomass. Financial terms of the joint venture agreement were not disclosed.   Under the agreement both companies are pooling all of their technologies and...

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