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June 1, 2006
In families, organizations or nations, it can happen that when leaders at the top do not lead, those supposedly led take things into their own hands. That seems like an adequate, if imprecise, summary of how the largely regional, state-level and corporate response to global warming has recently been shaping up in the U.S. The details of facing up to CO2 and other greenhouse gases are spelled out in the...
February 1, 2006
Last month, Rentech, Inc. (Denver, Co.; signed its first domestic license agreement with DKRW Advanced Fuels LLC (Houston, Tex.; for the use of Rentech’s patented F-T CTL technology (CE, May 2004, p. 23). At the same time, DKRW’s subsidiary, Medicine Bow Fuel & Power LLC...
February 1, 2006
    While politicians and research institutes debate about a future hydrogen economy, plant contractors and industrial gas suppliers are working overtime to build bigger, more efficient hydrogen plants to meet the immediate demands. The fact is, there doesn’t seem to be enough H2 around to meet the growing demand for clean fuels and basic chemicals. This is the first time in the market...
January 1, 2006
WOW Energy (see item above) has also developed a patented process that uses commercial, off-the shelf components to reduce the FG temperature to near ambient, while converting the extracted thermal energy into electricity. The cascading closed-loop cycle (CCLC) does this by using a hydrocarbon (propane) working...
January 1, 2006
Lurgi AG (Frankfurt, Germany; is building the world’s largest biodiesel plant for Neckermann-Renewables GmbH (Würzburg, Germany). When the E64-million facility starts up in December at Piesteritz, Germany, it will produce more than...
January 1, 2006
Ultrasound Brewery Co. (Naruto, Japan; has developed a process that separates the water from dilute solutions of alcohol to achieve 99.5%, without using conventional evaporation or distillation. The company has tested the process in a pilot plant that produces 600–700 L/d of 99.5% ethanol from a 10–15% solution. The process, which combines irradiation with ultrasound...
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