Carbon Energy


Carbon Energy
Carbon Energy Limited
Rechtsform Limited
Gründung 2004
Sitz Milton, Australien
Leitung Andrew Macdonald Dash
Branche Kohle
Website www.carbonenergy.com.au

Die Carbon Energy Limited hieß früher Metex Resources Limited und ist ein australisches Unternehmen, das sich auf die Entwicklung unterirdischer Kohlevergasungsanlagen spezialisiert hat, aber auch nach Mineralien sucht und ein Tochterunternehmen Energia Mineral eingegliedert hat, das für die Suche nach Uran aufgestellt ist.

Carbon Energy arbeitet am Aufbau einer unterirdischen Kohlevergasungsanlage am Bloodwood Creek in Queensland, Australien.[1]

2009 schloss Carbon Energy eine Vereinbarung mit der chilenischen Gesellschaft Antofagasta Minerals über eine unterirdische Kohlevergasungsanlage im Mulpun in Chile ab.[2]

Siehe auch

Einzelnachweise

  1. Carbon receives evaluation notice. Upstream Online. Hrsg. von der NHST Media Group vom 22. Juli 2010. Abgerufen am 27. September 2010
  2. Carbon Energy signs first international development Agreement with Chile's Antofagasta Minerals. OilVoice vom 12. April 2009. Abgerufen am 27. September 2010

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