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Coal out, natural gas facility in
Baard Energy / Coal / Energy

Coal out, natural gas facility in

LIBSON — “The Baard Energy project is being resurrected, with natural gas replacing coal as the energy source used to produce synthetic diesel and jet fuel. The Natural Resources Defense Council, one of the environmental groups fighting construction of Baard’s Ohio River Clean Fuels plant, announced Friday the coal-based project […]

Baard Energy Project To Use Natural Gas
Baard Energy / Coal / Energy

Baard Energy Project To Use Natural Gas

COLUMBIANA COUNTY — “Baardson admits the changes will also remove him from the project, leaving its fate in the hands of his investors — Planck Trading of Florida.  Baardson tells us ‘I will largely be stepping away,’ adding, ‘Planck will carry on, it’s all lined out for them.’  Instead Baardson […]

Planck, natural gas in; Baard, coal out
Baard Energy / Coal / Energy

Planck, natural gas in; Baard, coal out

WELLSVILLE — “While Dopuch didn’t have an exact figure of the revised project’s total cost, he expects it to be ‘more than half less’ than the $6 billion estimated to develop the coal liquefaction plant. The footprint will also be slightly smaller than the 522 acres originally needed for the […]

Baard Energy drops coal for natural gas at its proposed Ohio refinery producing jet and diesel fuel
Baard Energy / Coal / Energy

Baard Energy drops coal for natural gas at its proposed Ohio refinery producing jet and diesel fuel

WELLSVILLE — “Baard four years ago proposed building a refinery that would have made the jet and diesel fuel from Ohio coal, which is among the most dirty in the nation. The coal refinery would have cost $6.9 billion and would have required about 450 acres. The company obtained air […]

Ohio coal to liquid plant bites the dust
Baard Energy / Coal

Ohio coal to liquid plant bites the dust

WELLSVILLE — “Once touted as the economic savior of the little town of Wellsville, Ohio as early as 2006, Baard Energy was issued an air pollution and construction permit in the Fall of 2008 to build a 50,000 barrel per day coal to diesel fuel facility by the Ohio EPA. […]

Baard Energy cancels coal-to-liquids plant
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Baard Energy cancels coal-to-liquids plant

CLEVELAND – “The cancellation of the proposed Baard Energy coal to liquids plant in Columbiana County is welcome news, and a tribute to the determined legal team at NRDC and Sierra Club, who challenged the environmental soundness of this proposal from the beginning, and to the five thousand Ohio Citizen […]

Baard Energy / Coal / Energy

Ethanol plant: Coshocton should pay legal fees

COSHOCTON — “Coshocton filed a civil lawsuit against Coshocton Ethanol and its original developer, John Baardson, on July 22. The company is in default of its portion of a $7 million loan, according to court documents filed by the city. . . .  Baardson’s last known address is Vancouver, Wash., […]

Baard Energy being sued
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Baard Energy being sued

LISBON — “Baard Energy is being sued in Coshocton County for its past role in creation of a now-closed ethanol plant that has fallen 18 months behind on its payments to the city of Coshocton. Coschocton’s mayor issued a news release Wednesday announcing it had filed a breach-of-control lawsuit against Coshocton […]

City files suit against Coshocton Ethanol, John Baardson for breach of contract
Baard Energy / Coal

City files suit against Coshocton Ethanol, John Baardson for breach of contract

City says ethanol in breach of contract COSHOCTON — “City Hall released a statement this afternoon that a civil lawsuit has been filed against Coshocton Ethanol and John Baardson for breach of contract. The suit is the result of Coshocton Ethanol failing to pay anything for the past 18 months […]

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Proposed W.Va. coal-to-liquid plant proceeds as other companies hold off on similar projects

No commercial coal-to-liquid plants currently exist in U.S. CHARLESTON, WV — “With TransGas Development Systems LLC expecting to begin construction on its Adams Fork coal-to-liquids plant in Mingo County in a few weeks, it seems fair to ask: Why isn’t anyone else doing this? For all the talk over the […]