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The Bedford Report

November 10, 2011 08:16 ET

Breakthrough Synthetic Fuel Technology From Syntroleum and Rentech Gains Traction

The Bedford Report Provides Equity Research on Syntroleum & Rentech

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Nov 10, 2011) - With oil prices once again on the upswing, investors are once again looking to the future of fuel. Synthetic fuels have garnered significant attention this year, as revolutionary techniques from companies such as Syntroleum and Rentech begin to provide transitive technology in the renewable energy debate. The Bedford Report examines the Synthetic Fuels Industry and provides stock research on Syntroleum Corporation (NASDAQ: SYNM) and Rentech, Inc. (NYSE Amex: RTK). Access to the full company reports can be found at:

Synthetic fuels are liquid fuels that are derived from biomass, coal, natural gas or oil shale as well as from solids such as plastics or rubber waste. Speculating on these fuel sources is not for the risk averse investor, but continued growth and high oil prices put Syntroleum and Rentech as an alternative to natural gas and oil investments.

The big news out of the industry this week is that United Continental Holdings and Alaska Air announced plans to begin using biofuel for the first time. Continental Airlines launched its first flight on Monday from Chicago, and Alaska initiated two flights on Wednesday from Seattle. The Alaska flight will use a fuel that's 20% biofuel produced by Dynamic Fuels LLC, a joint venture of Tyson Foods and Syntroleum Corporation.

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Syntroleum commercializes and licenses technologies to produce synthetic liquid hydrocarbons. Over the summer China Petroleum Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) and Syntroleum announced the grand opening of the Sinopec/Syntroleum Demonstration Facility (SDF) located in Zhenhai, China.

Rentech has a number of renewable or synthetic fuel projects in the works and the company intends to sell renewable jet fuel to the Canadian domestic markets and to airlines flying to Europe in order to take advantage of government incentives for renewable fuels. For the third quarter of fiscal year 2011, Rentech reported revenue of $74.4 million, up from $50.5 million for the comparable quarter in the prior year.

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