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January 20, 2014
14:39 EDTMNGAMagneGas forms 50-50 joint venture with confidential partner
MagneGas said it formed a subsidiary joint venture with a confidential party. Supplemental Energy Solutions, a 50-50 joint venture, was formed between MagneGas and a confidential partner from the United States on January 16, to pursue coal co-combustion solutions in electric power utility companies. Preliminary internal testing being performed on a larger combustion unit is being observed by the major utility research center and is progressing positively. The 20% Carbon Dioxide reduction and other emission improvements seen in Sydney, Australia and at the MagneGas headquarters in Florida are being replicated consistently. The company believes these results may offer power companies and other industries a significant value.
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May 21, 2015
08:02 EDTMNGAMagneGas announces major producer of painting systems requests demo
MagneGas announced that a major producer of painting systems, viewed a MagneGas2 demo and has requested an immediate supply of the fuel for metal cutting. The demo was viewed by company officials on May 19, who indicated they were impressed with the speed and quality of the cut and immediately requested a supply of the fuel. The company has locations in the U.S. and Mexico and produces large paint booths and other ancillary systems for the automotive and aerospace manufacturing industries. The gas will initially be supplied to their location in Michigan.
May 19, 2015
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09:13 EDTMNGAMagneGas says second 'top ten' U.S. utility requests demo
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May 15, 2015
08:01 EDTMNGAMagneGas announces first order request by US Navy
MagneGas announced that following a specific request from the US Navy, it has successfully completed a demonstration using its MagneGas2 cutting fuel at a designated US Navy facility. Following an initial demonstration, the US Navy contacted MagneGas and purchased their first order of MagneGas. Subsequently MagneGas was invited to perform a two-day "hands-on" demonstration and testing session that concluded on May 12th.
May 11, 2015
08:33 EDTMNGAMagneGas announces waste company requested formal testing of MagnetGas fuel
MagneGas announced that a major waste to energy company with 51 existing operating facilities processing solid waste into renewable energy, has requested formal testing of MagneGas as an immediate replacement to acetylene.

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