As bad news for Wyoming coal continues to mount following the announcement from Arch Resources this fall that it plans to shutter or sell two of its largest mines in the Powder River Basin, one company stands poised to potentially revive the lagging industry.

Anna Marie Cornaglia-Domm, CEO and founder of Global Enterprise International, LLC, is in the process of unfolding her plan to build an industrial-scale sustainable coal-to-chemical (SCTC) and liquid (CTL) plant in Campbell County. The roughly 15,000- to 20,000-acre plant, called SynEnergy Triad North America, has a slated start date of June 2021, and will create anywhere from 2,500 to 5,000 local jobs, according to Cornaglia-Domm, as well as provide a myriad of educational and other training opportunities.

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