Mate you are doing yourself no favours. I can see you want to know what we don't. Nobody here is ramping anything. Somebody is throwing their toys out the pram though. Wait until next week and see what happens.
Hk my post was regarding Maine and the 900t. If Maine works then we can assume so will Lumberton. The hold up in Lumberton was air permit and an ammendment. Saying the plant doesn't work is not correct. We do not know that. You can infer that it might not..that is an opinion not a fact. We can have an opinion we all know your opinion. Nobody is saying it will work but you have consistently stated it won't.
That is a good point. Logistics angle. I think it's a one off sending to Utah from Maine. The coal going into that power station is from Wyoming?Will be interesting if they get an order from Duke in Carolina area.
I don't think it is being delivered in one shipment. The test burn is over a week from what I have seen. They started shipping it out last week. A plant commission is not a straightforward thing. I would hazard a guess that the commissioning began before last weeks rns. Note just an opinion. Commissioning and initial production often overlap. As far as I am concerned the 900t is the commissioning of the first coalswitch facility.