Walloway Basin power station

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The Walloway Basin power station is a notional project that has been floated by Linc Energy, a Brisbane-headquartered company that has proposed to develop a "commercial Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) to Gas to Liquids (GTL) operation" in the area. The company has floated the prospect that it could -- as a second stage in a project based on converting underground brown coal to gas -- build a 250 megawatt power station.[1]

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  1. Linc Energy, "Australian Projects", Linc Energy website, accessed May 2010.

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