India shows interest in US coal briquetting technology

January 1997
Coal International;Jan97, Vol. 245 Issue 1, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the Indian Coal Ministry's interest in the American process to produce energy-efficient coal briquettes, developed by Antoine International Trading Co. Advantages claimed for the fuel; Capital cost estimates for production of the briquettes; Features of the briquettes.


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