Gasifiers

Dynamis Energy and All Way Sign Agreement to Construct Waste-to-Energy Plant in Lombardy, Italy

EAGLE, Idaho - Dynamis Energy (www.dynamisenergy.com)and All Way (www.allway.it) have entered into a Joint Venture for the construction and management of a Waste-to-Energy plant based on the Dynamis 3.0 Advanced Thermal Gasification Technology. Under the agreement, All Way and Dynamis Energy will design and build the Waste-to-Energy plant in Lombardy, Italy. The plant will be integrated into an...

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One of the World's Largest Coal-to-Olefins Gasification Units Starts up in China

GE Technology Helps the Country Increase its Important Coal-to-Olefins (Plastics) Production BEIJING, CHINA- August 12, 2010 - The gasification unit at one of the world's largest coal-to-olefins projects successfully started up at the China Shenhua Coal to Liquid and Chemical Co. Ltd.'s project in Baotou, Inner Mongolia (Shenhua Baotou Coal to Olefins project). The gasification unit uses advanced...

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Siemens Energy to Supply Advanced Coal Gasification Technology to Taylorville Energy Center

ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 9 - Siemens Energy, Inc. has been chosen to provide the coal gasification technology for the Taylorville Energy Center (TEC), the 730-megawatt (gross) advanced clean coal generating plant being developed near Taylorville, Ill., the company announced today. The Taylorville Energy Center (TEC) will be one of the nation's first commercial-scale, coal gasification plants with...

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Siemens to Supply Latest Coal Gasification Technology in the U.S.A.

Erlangen, Germany, November 9, 2009 - Siemens Energy has been chosen by Tenaska, one of the largest U.S. independent power producers, based in Omaha, Nebraska to provide the coal gasification technology for the Taylorville Energy Center (TEC). With a gross capacity of 730 megawatt (MW) the advanced clean coal generating plant will be one of the first commercial-scale coal gasification plants with...

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GE Energy Licenses its Gasification Technology for Coal-to-Methanol Plant in China

High Pressure Gasifier Technology Expected to Reduce Operating Investment BEIJING, CHINA-July 15, 2009-GE Energy today signed an agreement to license its gasification technology to the Pucheng Clean Energy Chemical Company Ltd. (PCEC), a joint venture of Shaanxi Coal & Chemical Industry Group Company Limited and China Three Gorges Project Company. China National Chemical Construction Shaanxi...

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GE Energy Introduces Its Largest Capacity Quench Gasifier, Configured for Large Gasification Projects

1 April 2009 New Offering Well Suited for Coal-to-Chemicals Industry HOUSTON, TEXAS-April 1, 2009-Responding to customers seeking larger output to meet their production targets, GE Energy introduces the 1,800 cubic foot High Capacity Quench Gasifier. As industrial gasification projects grow larger, especially in China, customers are looking for increased capacity. Offering a coal throughput of...

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2nd Generation Biofuels: A New Technological Step

As part of its policy targeting the reduction of greenhouse gases, the European Union requires that the proportion of biogenic motor fuels should be increased to 5.75% by the year 2010. In Germany, the Federal Government is aiming for a significant higher quota of fuels generated from renewable resources by year 2020. Second generation biofuels, as they do not use the edible part of the plant,...

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GE Signs Its 32nd Gasification Technology Licensing Agreement in China

ATLANTA, GA.-February 19, 2009-GE Energy's gasification technology has been selected for a coal-to-chemical production facility in Tongzi County, Guizhou Province, People's Republic of China, marking GE's 32nd gasification licensing agreement in the country. Guizhou Jinchi Chemical Company, Ltd., will use GE's gasification technology to produce syngas, which in turn will be used to produce...

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GE, Bechtel to Collaborate on New Polygeneration Facility

Proposed TransCanada Project in Saskatchewan to Feature CO2 Recovery ATLANTA, GEORGIA and HOUSTON, TEXAS - October 9, 2007 : - GE Energy and Bechtel Overseas Power Corp. have signed a project development agreement with TransCanada Corporation of Calgary to develop the first polygeneration facility in Canada with the ability to use petroleum coke and incorporate carbon capture and storage. The...

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Johnson Controls and Nexterra Energy Form Strategic Alliance to Offer Biomass Gasification

Alliance expands renewable sources of energy supply options for customers MILWAUKEE, Oct. 11 / / - Johnson Controls, Inc., a global leader in facility management and controls, has formed a strategic alliance with Nexterra Energy Corp. to offer biomass gasification solutions to Johnson Controls customers, including higher education, health care, government facilities and industrial operations....

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