ENVIRONMENT

Leigh Creek moving closer to commercial coal-to-gas production

LEIGH Creek Energy continued to progress the commercialisation of its Leigh Creek Energy coal -to-gas project in South Australia during the December quarter, according to managing director Phil Staveley.

The development of the Leigh Creek Energy Project could make the company a key supplier of urea from Leigh Creek in South Australia.

The development of the Leigh Creek Energy Project could make the company a key supplier of urea from Leigh Creek in South Australia.

He said the company was actively pursuing the commercial production of urea at lowest quartile prices, providing additional security to a critical product for the Australian agricultural sector. "The...

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