Fairchild International discovers natural gas
substitute with more potential energy than all the oil reserves
in Saudi Arabia
Vancouver, BC— Fairchild
International Corporation reported that preliminary test results
performed by Syngas Energy Corp., its wholly owned subsidiary,
are very encouraging. Syngas has completed development of its
low cost (synthetic) natural gas production technology. The prototype
unit Model 2 (M-2) has garnered interest from various levels of
government and industry worldwide.
The prototype model has already
been successfully tested using a number of inputs including low-grade
coal, wood waste and other biomass yielding superior results with
lower costs and emissions than currently available technology.
The Syngas technology produces electricity and/or pipeline quality
synthetic gas (as a replacement for quickly depleting natural
gas and oil) at low costs, with the additional benefit of zero
Anish Somani, president stated,
“I’m extremely pleased with the progress of Syngas.
Our company is quietly transitioning into a new type of energy-company,
where cutting edge synthetic gas production technologies are core
to our business model. Synthetic natural gas “Syngas”
has the potential to replace natural gas in powering our communities,
homes and industrial plants in the future. We expect to play an
important role in the development of and creation of power and
power technologies in several niche markets. Our technology allows
us to produce Syngas cheaper than the current costs of processing
gas. Our new approach allows us to take the guess work out of
exploration activities in an era when traditional fossil fuels
have become expensive and scarce.”
The M-2 design is being fitted
with the latest technology allowing remote control and monitoring
through the Internet. This will also include digital cameras to
facilitate web demonstrations for the benefit of potential customers,
analysts, investors, media and customers.
Syngas Energy’s technology
and products has several distinct competitive advantages:
Produce pipeline quality synthetic
(natural) gas (as a replacement for quickly depleting natural
gas and oil) using readily available fuels (coal, biomass etc.).
Lower production costs than
currently available technologies. The M-2 will produce synthetic
natural gas at costs lower than traditional refining and processing
costs of natural gas.
Environmentally friendly: Low
or negligible airborne emissions or other pollutants.
Portability: Factory order
and move from state to state or country-to-country as and when
needed due to the ability to use a variety of fuel sources.
For example, an M-2 using wood waste could easily be moved to
a coal rich area to produce gas. Portability is a feature unique
to Syngas’ M-2.
Compact, Scalable Power: M-2’s
can be constructed on a small scale and expanded as the need
arises. This saves money up front and eliminates the need to
order large permanent units until the need arises. Syngas’
M-2’s can scale from a small town to an entire city.
Flexible: The M-2 can use almost
any carbon based material as an input such as wood waste, coal
sludge, low grade coal, and bio waste to name a few. Other technology’s
can generally only use inputs for which they are purpose built.
Efficient: The M-2’s
also have an output yield greater than any currently achievable
on the market.