DKRW

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DKRWDrigung Kagyu Resource Website (Buddhism network)
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Medicine Bow Fuel & Power LLC (MBF&P), a wholly owned subsidiary of DKRW Advanced Fuels LLC (DKRW), has awarded SNC-Lavalin GDS, Inc.
DKRW Executive Vice President Wade Cline said officials of the Houston-based company are slated to visit Washington, D.
We believe this agreement for the long-term supply of a Fischer-Tropsch, ultra-low-sulfur diesel product is the first of its kind," said Jon Doyle, DKRW Advanced Fuels' chief operating officer.
Steve Leer, president and chief executive officer of Arch Coal, said, "We are impressed with the work that DKRW Energy is doing to put America's vast coal resources to work in new and increasingly clean ways.
This agreement is an important step in the development of Sonora Pacific LNG," said Tom White, DKRW Energy managing partner for the project.
Denbury will purchase 100 percent of the CO2 captured from the DKRW Advanced Fuels LLC's ("DKRW"), Medicine Bow Fuel and Power LLC ("MBFP") project in Medicine Bow, Wyoming, and Denbury will also purchase 70 percent of the CO2 captured from Mississippi Power Company's Kemper County Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle ("IGCC") project in Mississippi.
Partners Medicine Bow Fuel and Power LLC, DKRW Advanced Fuels, Arch Coal, Sinclair Oil Corp
MBF&P, a wholly owned subsidiary of DKRW, has awarded SNC-Lavalin GDS Inc.
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) announced today that its MTG technology for converting methanol to gasoline has been selected by DKRW Advanced Fuels (DKRW) as part of DKRW's coal to liquids (CTL) project in Medicine Bow, WY.
AMEX:RTK) announced today that the DKRW Advanced Fuels (DKRW) Medicine Bow Fuel & Power Project (MBFP) is continuing to develop its coal-to-diesel project under its site license agreement with Rentech for a synthetic fuels project under development in Medicine Bow, Wyoming.
has been selected by Houston-based DKRW Advanced Fuels, LLC, a subsidiary of DKRW Energy, LLC, to act as an engineering representative for a planned 13,100 barrel per day coal-to-liquids (CTL) plant.
DKRW Energy LLC of Houston was the project originator and continues to co-develop the project.