Kyrgyz scientists are developing a method of producing motor fuels from coal
Bishkek. June 24. KazTAG - Kyrgyzstan has developed a method for obtaining motor fuel from coal, reports KyrTAG.
"There is a deposit of Kashka-Suu, if we hold pyrolysis, then from 1 thousand kilograms of coal we can obtain 552 kg carbonizate, but more importantly resin - 238 kg. Resin will be rehydronizated, usually from 5 tons of coal you can get 1 ton of oil, and here from 5 ton can be obtained 1,200 kg of oil. This resin is more easily handled. We will obtain a rare motor fuel"- said the chief researcher of the National Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan Shaydylda Sarymsakov at a roundtable on Tuesday.
According to him, it is possible to carry out this process in Kyrgyzstan. Such processing is already performed at Angarsk petrochemical plant in Russia.