Fairchild International Corp. Announces Discovery of Almost Unlimited
Inexpensive Natural Gas Substitute
No airborne emissions from inexpensive process that creates gas from
biomass, waste wood, and low-grade coal.
Adapted by Pure Energy Systems News
VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA -- SynGas has completed development of its synthetic,
low-cost, natural gas production technology. Fairchild International Corporation
(OTCBB:FCHL), the holding company for SynGas, is encouraged by the preliminary
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 airborne emissions.
Anish Somani, Fairchild President said, "Synthetic natural gas "SynGas"
has the potential to replace natural gas in powering our communities, homes and
industrial plants in the future. 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 prototype unit Model 2 (M-2) has garnered interest from various levels of
government and industry worldwide.
Somani stated, "Our technology should propel Fairchild to the forefront
of the emergence of a new multi-billion dollar market for Alternative Energy.
SynGas' Model 2 gas and synthetic natural gas technology provide a low-cost
solution to the supply of gas to America, without discharging harmful pollutants
into the environment."
SynGas Energy's technology and products purport several distinct competitive
- Produce pipeline quality synthetic natural gas using readily available
fuels (biomass, waste wood, coal etc.)
- "Waste" heat recycled
- Lower production costs than currently available technologies.
- Less expensive to operate.
- Environmentally friendly. Low or negligible airborne emissions or
- Less than 1/2 the CO2 production
- 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.
- Compact, Scalable Power: M-2's can be constructed on a small scale and
expanded as the need arises. This saves money upfront 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
- Efficient: The M-2 operates economically for a low cost advantage.
Fairchild International Corp. acquired SynGas Energy Corp. on March 08,
2005. According to its home page, it disposed of all its assets and
associated liabilities in order to do so, to seize this alternative energy
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D. Allan May 16, 2005
Last updated December 24, 2014