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World CTL Conference Reminder

See the following attachment.
(With apologies to our other correspondents, who are already aware of this.)
We alerted you, if you recall, to last year's CTL Conference, as well. Melissa and I would have loved to go - she's never seen the cherry blossoms.
It seems unlikely we'll be able to attend this year, either. But, we make the supposition you, or some reporter on your staff, could, and should, go on Ogden's dime.
You just might be able to meet, face-to-face, some of the people we've been urging you to call.
The technology is real, and the people, of WV especially, have a right to know it.
We're certain the good people at the Coal-To-Liquids Coalition, or at the WV Coal Association, would be eager to provide you with additional info.
Joe the Miner


World CTL Conference Reminder




The purpose of this memorandum is to draw your attention to the forthcoming World CTL Conference scheduled for March 25-27 in Washington, D.C. Those interested in attending the conference are encouraged to register as soon as possible.


The conference will begin on March 25 with two parallel workshops focused on practical issues surrounding project development, with two days of plenary sessions following on March 26-27. The plenary sessions will feature presentations and discussions from leading coal, oil and technology leaders. West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin (D) and Wyoming Gov. Dave Freudenthal (D) are among the distinguished roster of presenters for the plenary sessions.


More information, including registration details is available at: World CTL Conference.

In addition, you might also be interested in the Ninth World XTL Summit, scheduled for May 11-13 in London, England. The summit's program features presentations by leading international public and private representatives focused on the role coal and biomass based fuels can play in meeting future global energy needs. A copy of the program is attached.

If you have any questions, please contact me at (202) 463-2621 or chenry@nma.org.