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May 30th 2013:Energy and Sustainability: Clean(er) Coal—Can that Myth become a Reality?

Coal is less efficient and more polluting in terms of greenhouse gases and volatiles (toxic emissions) than oil or gas. But coal is cheap and abundant, so its use is increasing exponentially. Worse, countries like India and Indonesia are tapping lower quality coal that has an extra set of problems. Can a company with smart technology make the world’s most polluting, but abundant, fuel more earth friendly? How can it carve a solid niche in an industry littered with failed technologies and pilot plants that can’t be scaled? My guests, Robin Eves & Ignacio Ponce de Leon, respectively the CEO & CO

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Robin Eves

Robin Eves Director, President & CEO of Clean Coal Technologies, Robin brings over 30 years of global experience in all aspects of the energy markets. He has held senior management positions in London, Geneva and the US. Robin has conducted business in the US, Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, South America and, recently, in Asia. He has extensive experience in India (his birth country) and has strong industry & political contacts worldwide. During his career, He has specialized in joining small teams of professionals and has successfully built them into global companies or divisions within larger organizations. He has strong banking contacts in the US and Europe and brings the conf
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Ignacio Ponce de Leon

Ignacio Ponce de Leon Ignacio Ponce de Leon, Director and Chief Operating Officer brings over 30 years of professional experience to Clean Coal Technologies, including over 25 years in Wall Street. He began his professional life in 1979 at the National Planning Department, Presidency of the Republic of Colombia, where he worked on the Carbocol/Exxon joint venture to develop Cerrejon Zona Norte, one of the largest coal mines in the world. He also worked with the team that oversaw the preparation of the National Energy Study, one of Latin America’s most ambitious econometric descriptions of a national energy economy. In 1995, he joined JP Morgan where he formed what became Wall Street’s leadi
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