MGX Minerals has completed a scoping study which shows that dirty petcoke can be converted into hydrogen, while simultaneously producing trace amounts of vanadium, cobalt, and nickel

Posted by on November 21, 2018 9:29 pm
Categories: Cobalt Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology Miscellaneous News Nickel Vanadium

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As reported by MGXMinerals.com, MGX Minerals has completed a scoping study which shows that dirty petcoke can be converted into hydrogen, while simultaneously producing trace amounts of vanadium, cobalt, and nickel.

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