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ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Synthesis Energy Systems (SES) that provides SES the option to execute up to fifteen Methanol to Gasoline technology licenses in their global operations.
By Shelley, Suzanne When it comes to managing criteria pollutants (such as SO^sub X^, NO^sub X^, mercury and particulates), IGCC has an inherent advantage over conventional coal-fired power plants, because it relies on relatively compact, energy-efficient separation systems that capture pollutants from the coal-derived syngas before it is used to fire the gas turbines.
A new ChemSystems(R) Special Report published by Nexant -- Polygeneration from Coal: Integrated Power, Chemicals and Liquid Fuels -- analyzes the technologies and economics of producing large capacity power and co-produced chemicals or liquid fuels from coal.
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 4, 2008) - G4G Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:GXG) ("G4G") announced the incorporation of a wholly owned subsidiary; Alternative Fuels Corporation ("AFC").
A DEESIDE based company is to help a university produce clean energy from unwanted waste. The University of East Anglia has chosen a Refgas system to provide combined heat and power to the university campus.
Rentech, Inc. (AMEX:RTK) today announced its conference schedule for September 2008. Where applicable, the power point presentations for the conferences will be available at www.rentechinc.com within the News and Events portion of the site under the Webcasts and Presentations section.
By Harris, Linda CONSOL Energy and Houston-based Synthesis Energy Systems, the two companies bankrolling a new, $800 million coal-to-liquid plant in Marshall County, say it just makes sense to build it in West Virginia.
Emerging gasification technologies could rapidly advance gasification deployment in the next five to ten years and are being used in advanced, modular systems that significantly reduce capital and plant-operating costs. Prefabricated-gasification systems are easily built and transported to the site.
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.
By KELLEY PRICE A HIGH-temperature process that converts plant and food waste into essential products is emerging on Teesside. The technology could produce everything from the vital chemicals already used in everyday life to next-generation biodiesel in a highly sustainable way.