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ONE of the most coveted experiences of a university academic staff is the opportunity to undertake a leading edge in research. Chemical Engineering Department Associate Professor Dr Noor Asmawati M.
Escalating Petroleum-Based Fuel Prices Rekindle Need for Liquid Alternatives SRI Consulting Susan Wright, +1-650-384-4348 (Press) Fax: +1-650-330-1190 firstname.lastname@example.org Logo: http://www.sriconsulting.com Coal has been used for energy for centuries and today fuels about forty percent of electrical production worldwide.
Syntroleum Corporation (NASDAQ: SYNM) today announced that the Company will host a conference call for investors to discuss recent announcements related to approval from Tyson and Syntroleum to build Dynamic Fuels' first renewable synthetic fuels facility in Geismar, Louisiana.
By Rick Stouffer One of the world's largest coal producers will finish construction this year of the first coal-to-liquid plant built in 40 years -- but the $1.5 billion project isn't located in America -- it's in China.
By Hiserodt, Ed American-dug coal could be altered to produce clean-burning fuels for our vehicles. Here's how we could do it, and what might stop it from happening.
Syntroleum Corporation (NASDAQ: SYNM) today announced that Dynamic Fuels LLC has received final approval from the Louisiana State Bond Commission for $100 million in tax exempt Gulf Opportunity Zone (GO Zone) Bonds to fund the building of the company's first renewable synthetic fuels facility in Geismar, Louisiana.
HOUSTON, Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- DKRW Advanced Fuels (DKRW) announced today that it is achieving key milestones in the development of its Medicine Bow Fuel & Power Project in Carbon County, Wyoming.
Today, Fuel Frontiers, Inc. (FFI), a subsidiary of Nuclear Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: NSOL), issued the following status update for its proposed waste to ultra-clean synthetic diesel production facilities.
By Jack Brammer and John Stamper, The Lexington Herald-Leader, Ky. Jun.
Later this year, a giant U.S. Air Force B-52 bomber will take off with a new kind of jet fuel that can be derived from coal or natural gas, setting the stage for the U.S. military to eventually burn a new formula that is not derived from crude oil.
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