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Utilities, coal and gas: Coal and gas-fired power generation - looking to the future. Bob McIlvaine. Petroleum Review January 2006, P. 34-35

Despite the promise of renewable energy, the world’s electricity will be primarily generated using coal and gas over the next two decades. In fact, although there are continued concerns about greenhouse gas emissions from such facilities, there will be a substantial increase in the world’s coal-fired capacity, writes Bob McIlvaine.

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