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Synthesis Energy Systems announces Chinese gasification partnership

Synthesis Energy Systems announces Chinese gasification partnership

March 28, 2016 |

In Texas, Synthesis Energy Systems, Inc. (SES) announced a strategic Joint Project Development and Investment Agreement with China Environment State Investment Co., Ltd (CESI). CESI is a state-owned enterprise established in Beijing under the China Ministry of Environmental Protection that is charged with, and funded to, develop and invest in the energy conservation and environmental […]

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Statoil, SES partner for ocean-based seaweed biofuels R&D

Statoil, SES partner for ocean-based seaweed biofuels R&D

March 12, 2012 |

In Norway, -Seaweed Energy Solutions has signed a cooperation agreement with Statoil, in which Statoil has agreed to co-fund SES’s ongoing technology development. The agreement includes plans for a large-scale demonstration project. It marks the first time that SES has won the backing of a leading energy company for its plan of developing seaweed as […]

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Green Equity Holdings signs LOI with SES for 3 brown

Green Equity Holdings signs LOI with SES for 3 brown

[ 0 ] September 30, 2010 |

In Florida, Green Equity Holdings and Strategic Energy Supplies, have signed an LOI to jointly build and deploy brown grease feedstock recycling plants nationwide. GEH has also begun an extensive due diligence review, and subject to satisfactory findings, the Company anticipates entering into a definitive agreement for the proposed joint venture on or before October […]

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With a Little Kelp from my Friends: Macroalgae projects, concepts bloom

With a Little Kelp from my Friends: Macroalgae projects, concepts bloom

[ 1 ] June 23, 2010 |

Of all the results in the recent Transformative Technologies reader poll, the most surprising by far is the support for seaweed-based biofuels technologies. The sector placed third among all transformative technology platforms, with 8.63 percent of the votes. It could be simply that “macroalgae” attracts votes in the way that “jatrophalgae” or “cornalgae” might have, […]

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