2009 EPA M2M Grant: Coal Mine Methane (CMM) Recovery and Utilization Initiative In Guizhou Province, China

Stage
Ongoing
Sector
Coal Mines
Geographical Focus
China
Location
China 
Description of Project
This proposed project builds on the progress generated by the Guizhou Coal Mine Methane (CMM) Recovery and Utilization Initiative. In addition to continuing information outreach services about CMM recovery and utilization developments in Guizhou, the project will lead a publishable prefeasibility study for two candidate coal mines (1 million tons/year and 300,000 tons/year) of utilization alternatives to power generation. The study will explore the potential for CMM utilized as town gas for a sizable city and CMM-to-LNG/CNG (liquid natural gas/compressed natural gas) to replace fuels for buses and taxis in Guizhou Province. 
Partner Countries included in or proposing this activity
China, United States
Instrumental Organizations
Guizhou International Cooperation Center for Environmental Protection (GZICCEP), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Estimated lifetime of the project (years):
 
Emissions reductions:
(MTCO2E)
 
Results and Outcomes
 
Additional Documentation
Final Report - Chinese (PDF)
Final Report - English (PDF)
Pre-feasibility Study for Qinglong Coal Mine - Chinese (PDF)
Pre-feasibility Study for Qinglong Coal Mine - English (PDF)
Pre-feasibility Study for Zhongling Coal Mine - Chinese (PDF)
Pre-feasibility Study for Zhongling Coal Mine - English (PDF)
Primary contact for this project or activity

First Name: Jianqiang

Last Name: Jiang

Organization Name: Guizhou International Cooperation Center for Envir

Email: bjiang@gzcmm.org

Financial And In-Kind Support (U.S. $)
Total Amount provided by all Partner Countries and Organizations instrumental to this project or activity: $210,729

 

Description of In-Kind Support:

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