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A composite image shows Atlas Carbon, center, and the lot next to it where construction for Clean Coal Technologies plants to put its test plant, right, at the former Fort Union mine site off Garner Lake Road north of Gillette. The site also will be home for the Advance Carbon Products Innovation Center.

The Wyoming Business Council Board has decided to extend a 2017 grant for the development of the Advanced Carbon Products Innovation Center (ACPIC), pending a legal review and staff contingency requests.

Phil Christopherson, CEO of Energy Capital Economic Development, said the Business Council grant is for $1.5 million. He’d requested an extension several months ago.

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