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January 15, 2013
08:31 EDTSYMXSynthesis Energy enters agreement to study gasification technology
Synthesis Energy has entered into an agreement with an undisclosed U.S.-based company to assess the feasibility and optimal uses of SES' gasification technology for the production of valuable 'green' chemicals. The agreement calls for SES to lead an engineering study, commissioned and funded by the undisclosed U.S. company, that will define an optimal use of potential feedstock combinations that may include used tires, auto shredder residue and refuse-derived fuel to efficiently and cost-effectively produce commercially viable chemicals such as methanol and methanol derivatives.
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November 12, 2015
09:12 EDTSYMXSynthesis, CCRI sign Global Business, Market Development Cooperation Agreement
Synthesis Energy Systems announced that it has signed a Global Business and Market Development Cooperation Agreement with China Coal Research Institute, or CCRI, a subsidiary of China Coal Technology & Engineering Group Corporation, or CCTEG, considered the backbone of China's coal industry, on November 11, 2015. The agreement, which followed extensive due diligence and discussions between the three parties is intended to deliver global clean energy technology projects that dovetail with the Chinese government's One Belt, One Road "Going Out" strategy and use SES Gasification Technology, or SGT. CCRI is the group designated to provide technical expertise for CCTEG to evaluate and prepare global project opportunities for coal gasification and related downstream technologies. CCRI and SES have aligned the goals and competitive capabilities of each company to focus on clean energy and chemical projects exclusively based on SGT.

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