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Synthesis Energy Systems signs deal to study feasibility of using gasification technology to produce green chemicals in US

12:05 AM MST | January 16, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

Synthesis Energy Systems (SES; Houston) says that it has entered into an agreement with an undisclosed US-based company to assess the feasibility and optimal uses of SES's gasification technology for the production of green chemicals. Under the agreement, SES will lead an engineering study, commissioned and funded by the undisclosed US company, that will define an optimal use of potential feedstock combinations that may include used tires, auto shredder residue, and refuse-derived fuel to efficiently and cost-effectively produce commercially viable chemicals such...

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