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InEnTec, Lakeside Team Up in Syngas Deal

8:05 AM MST | November 11, 2008 | Rebecca Coons

Waste conversion technology provider InEnTec (Bend, OR) and investment firm Lakeside Energy say they have formed a partnership to build commercial-scale, plasma-enhanced melter (PEM) gasification facilities that convert waste and chemical residuals into synthesis gas (syngas) or other chemical feedstocks that would otherwise be derived from natural gas or petroleum. Lakeside Energy says it will invest up to $150 million in a newly formed InEnTec subsidiary, InEnTec Chemicals. Cook: PEM technology is proven and flexible. Separately, InEnTec is building the first...

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