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SYS, SYNGAS LIMITED
Dave_vic_ozz
post Posted: Oct 27 2010, 02:22 PM
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http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/compa...tner-11176.html

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veeone
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Syngas Makes Good Progress Towards Becoming the First Producer In Australia To Combine Biomass And Coal To Make " Clean" Diesel
Although still five years away from producing "clean" diesel from its operation in South Australia, Syngas is progressing well to become the first of its kind in Oz. Over the last six months, Syngas has been working with technology providers Rentech and UOP, both based in the USA, to develop plans for its diesel facility.
"In January we established real opportunities by announcing a review of a potential biomass-to-liquid plant in Australia using Rentech technologies," Syngas managing director Merrill Gray told Minesite/Oilbarrel, adding that it would look to replicate its technology used in a similar operation in California.
As the only emerging producer to combine biomass and coal to produce diesel in Australia, Syngas must look to existing market sources in Europe and the USA to develop the operation. The Clinton project, based 120km northwest of Adelaide, is targeted to produce 15,800 barrels of fuel equivalent a day from its biomass and lignite coal blend.
"We have also been working on all aspects of using 10 per cent of biomass as feedstock, in combination with lignite," Gray said, "While biomass is used in combination with coal in European Gasification power plants, this will be the first of its kind in Australia," she added.
The company's project is situated amongst one of the top eight "hot spots" in Australia for stubble, a by-product of cereal cropping, including wheat and barley, Gray noted. Lignite, often overlooked over by the energy sector, is an ideal match when mixing it with biomass.
"[Lignite] works well as a feed for gasification because of its high volatile content and when combined with biomass, the overall plant footprint can be reduced," Gray said, "We are planning to do field trials and we are looking at importing and modifying specialised machinery to process the biomass."
Once operational, there could also be opportunities for Syngas to obtain international carbon credits by operating a biomass plant. As the Clinton project is five years away from production, Syngas feels it must somehow put its mark on the industry in the near term."We are considering investing in other projects that have a shorter timeframe to cash flow generation and that will start producing energy in the next 12 months," Gray said, emphasising the importance of entering the market sooner rather than later. To do this, Syngas must consider a range of financing options including debt and equity to make this happen.
With increased global pressure to lower carbon emissions, the reception from countries in Asia has been promising it seems. "There is great biomass interest in India as a result of new policies on renewable energy and other government initiatives. "I will be going to China in June to see what the market is like there," Gray said. There are also off-take opportunities with companies in the Middle East which Syngas is developing.
But there are also sound liquid fuel markets closer to home for the likes of passenger vehicles as well as the mining, rail and agricultural industries."At the moment large quantities of oil are imported from Singapore and then refined in Australia. Syngas should be able to provide Australian customers with alternative supply. While Australia is not yet familiar with this fuel technology, Gray is confident that once the project is producing clean fuel, a new industry will emerge. "When you go outside of Australia, this type of technology is being implemented and its future potential is becoming better understood."
But the success of the project and the industry rests on oil price movements after a slump in 2009, she conceded. The crude oil price is on the way up, trading at over US$76 a barrel compared with US$69 at the beginning of the year. Oilbarrel.com

 
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post Posted: Jan 13 2010, 02:07 PM
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From the looks of their chart (and I assume their position currently business wise) perhaps it should be Sin Gas...just a small blip on the radar with today's action thus far...but on a dull market day at least it is up! smile.gif



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N.M.Mer.
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In Reply To: crystal's post @ Jan 13 2010, 12:04 PM

Thanks for the info Crystal. I hope your right, as I have a big lump of them at .049.
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crystal
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In Reply To: ShareScene.com's post @ Dec 5 2008, 12:37 PM

SYS seems to be stirring ,coal to diesel story ,i think

touched 3.3 cents today on 600k volume which is well up on normal

might be worth watching wacko.gif

mick

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ShareScene.com
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GULFX LIMITED (GLX)

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SYNGAS LIMITED (SYS)

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crystal
post Posted: Jun 24 2008, 08:15 AM
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QUOTE (spec-player @ Monday 23/06/08 09:08pm)



good call Spec player

based on a triangle break it may have gone as far as it can for now ,if it works out correctly. wacko.gif

but who knows ? blink.gif

good luck

mick
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spec-player
post Posted: Jun 23 2008, 09:08 PM
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any one in this ????? options the way to go . ???

 
spec-player
post Posted: Jun 18 2008, 03:12 PM
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In reply to: tcisboss on Saturday 24/05/08 08:18pm

getting ready again ??

 
spec-player
post Posted: May 28 2008, 08:58 AM
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just a matter of time .stay on this one. regards spec player

 
 


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