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Eastman Licenses Gasification
8:57 AM MDT | August 26, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
Eastman Chemical says it has agreed to license its proprietary reduced sulfur start-up technology to Hydrogen Energy International (HEI; Long Beach, CA) for use at HEI’s proposed integrated gasification combined-cycle (IGCC) facility near California’s Elk Hills oil field. Terms were not disclosed. “Eastman has developed a patented process that essentially eliminates sulfur emissions during start-ups of gasification plants using coal, oil, petcoke, or other sulfur-containing feedstocks,” says Brenda Barnicki, v.p./business development at...
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