Fairchild International Corporation
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Fairchild International Corporation

July 25, 2005 08:14 ET

Fairchild International 'OTCBB:FCHL' Completes Purchase of Syngas Energy Corp.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - July 25, 2005) -

Mr. Wilf Ouellette Joins Board of Directors

Fairchild International (OTCBB:FCHL) is pleased to announce it has completed the purchase of Syngas Energy Corp., now a wholly owned subsidiary. Syngas' next generation gasification technology produces synthetic natural gas and other outputs economically. The M-2 versatility allows the use of clean coal technologies (CCT) whereby low grade coal is converted to energy with low emissions, wood waste and other biomass inputs to produce electricity and synthetic forms of natural gas. With its advanced design and economy, the "M-2" has garnered interest from various levels of government and industry worldwide.

The designer of the M-2 technology, Mr. Wilf Ouellette, CEO of Syngas, has agreed to join the Board of Directors of Fairchild International Inc. "We are very fortunate to have the designer of the technology join our board of directors. We expect to work closely with Wilf in developing and commercializing Syngas's technology, Mr. Ouellette will help steer our business direction and provide advice regarding strategic acquisitions. Mr. Ouellette's years of experience in energy and gasification technologies, combined with his relationships with large energy companies in North America is expected to facilitate Fairchild's growth as a new kind of energy company." stated Anish Somani, President of Fairchild International.

Mr. Ouellette commented that the closing of the merger acquisition would enable him to enhance the M-2 further and allow Syngas to pursue large alternative energy projects.

Mr. Ouellette, has had a distinguished career in combustion, gasification and incineration systems for the past three decades, heading projects and engaging the industry through innovation. His projects have included contracts with blue chip companies such as Suncor, Syncrude, Chevron, Esso, Gulf Canada, Maloney Steel, the Weslock power project, Drayton Valley power project and various government initiatives.

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