South Korean industrial firms to spend $2.6bn on "clean coal" projects

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SK Energy and POSCO to receive state funding for synthetic crude and gas research

SK Energy, South Korea's largest oil refiner by output, is teaming with domestic steel maker Pohang Iron and Steel Co (Posco) to develop "clean coal" technologies at a total cost of 3.35 trillion won (US$2.6bn,...

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