Man. Gas Processes
Contamination Threat Modes
Residuals - Components
Sources of MGP Liquid Effluent
FMG Plants in the US
Parallel MG Technologies
Think you've found a gas works?
Locating and Confirming a Site
Locations of US Gas Plants
FMGP In The News
FMGP In The Arts
Coal-tar Site Litigation
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Literature of Manufactured Gas
Publications by Dr. Hatheway
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Locations of Gas Plants and Other Coal-tar Sites in the
THE STATE OF KANSAS
was a coal-exporting State by1891, at which time it was producing 500 tons of
coke per year (Engr. & Min. Journal, 4Apr, 1891, p. 402-403). Coal measures
cover 10,000 mi2, of 20 counties of the eastern portion of the State and were
excellent for gas manufacture and smelting. Regular mining going on in
Leavenworth, Franklin, Neosho, Cherokee, Bourbon and Osage Counties, but,
nevertheless, intermittent discoveries of natural gas perturbed the development
of manufactured gas Kansas natural gas supplies were notoriously unreliable and,
in actuality stunted development of manufactured gas in the State.
Click the blue "EPA" link below to view the
Kansas map of the EPA 1985 Radian FMGP Report.
Click the green "Hatheway" link
below to view the
Kansas map of Professor Hatheway's research.