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Another \'clean coal\' project in Victoria fails to go ahead MP3

The collapse of yet another so-called clean coal project in Victoria has cast a further cloud over the future of the Latrobe Valley. Three years ago, the then federal environment minister, Greg Hunt, suggested Ignite Energy may hold the key to massive carbon reductions. Today the State Government confirmed the company's plan to convert coal to oil was over. Source: abc.net.au

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