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Report: Officials request 3-year delay for Wyo. coal research facility to 2022

The completion of a planned Advanced Carbon Products Innovation Center in Wyoming has been delayed by three years, The Associated Press reported.

Officials requested that the completion deadline for the center, which would provide a place for companies to build pilot plants and test new coal products and processes near the town of Gillette, be pushed back until June 2022. The Wyoming Business Council had stipulated that the project needed to be completed by June 2019 when awarding it a $1.5 million grant.

Phil Christopherson, CEO of Energy Capital Economic Development, which is helping develop the center, said issues such as finalizing the subdivision site have delayed the project.