Posted by: Lawyer Sanders | December 18, 2008

Environmental lawyer Sanders says Peabody Energy has formally ended its long and winding litigation quest to built Thoroughbred power plant near Central City, Ky.

Peabody Energy has formally ended its bid to build the Thoroughbred coal-fired electric generating plant in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky.  The proposed 1,500-megawatt coal-fueled electricity generation project was supposed to be built near Central City, Kentucky.


Now, Peabody Energy Co. and ConocoPhillips announced plans to locate a new multibillion dollar plant to convert coal to natural gas in Muhlenberg County.  If it passes the regulatory hurdles, the plant would be built on the 80-acre site Peabody had set aside for its Thoroughbred Energy Campus, which has been tied up in the permitting process and courts for years.

Sounds like the Environmental Lawyers at Greenebaum Doll & McDonald are rejoicing this Christmas Holiday Season.  Congratulations Jack, David, Rusty, Carl, and Carol and happy holidays.


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