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Mr. Anish Somani - President
Mr. Somani graduated from the prestigious University of British Columbia with Bachelor of Economics Degree, with a concentration in Sciences.Following his graduation, Mr. Somani went into the family business, importing and exporting as well as real estate development.Subsequently, Mr. Somani assisted in financing several start – up companies, some of which went public through an IPO or reverse merger.This successful business career led Mr. Somani to travel extensively. On one of these business trips, Mr. Somani was awestruck at the price of gasoline in foreign countries as well as the poor quality of air. Believing that a company or product that could alleviate these problems was indeed a mandate for the future, Mr. Somani worked diligently to find such a Company or product. He believes he has found both in Syngas.
reggieUK wrote:Is this the death knell for peak oil 'theory'?
if not whay not?
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 test results.
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."
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Tyler_JC wrote:If it were cheaper than current gas, it would be produced by every major energy company. Exxon could make BILLIONS off of something like this. They aren't investing because it's a bad investment. The cheap website advertises the fact that this company is a joke.
Secondly, there's no such thing as "bio-waste". Nature doesn't produce waste. That crop residue is useful fertilizer. The only reason we don't use it as such is because of our use of oil/gas based fertilizers. When those inputs vanish, your so-called "bio-waste" vanished right along with it.
On top of that you are incorrect again regarding the assertion there is “no such thing as bio-waste”. You have no idea of what you are talking about here. There is billions of tons of unneeded biowaste and I have listed people that do know what the are talking about on this issue here many times already.
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