SOURCE: Syngas International Corp.

May 02, 2006 15:02 ET

Syngas International Corp. (OTC BB: SYNI) Begins Bio Fuel Research Project

EDMONTON, AB and LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 2, 2006 -- Syngas International (OTC BB: SYNI) is pleased to announce that due to the rapidly increasing demand for ethanol in North America, Syngas has commenced researching the possibilities of using gases produced from its M2 and PyStR processes to make synthetic liquid Bio fuels such as ethanol and methanol. Conversion methods such as the Fischer-Tropsch and Sabatier catalytic processes will be used in this investigation.

The Fischer-Tropsch catalytically converts synthetic gases (a combination of hydrogen and carbon monoxide), such as those produced from the M2 and PyStR, to liquid fuels.

Ethanol has recently been touted as a replacement for gasoline. Brazil, one of the first countries to convert to ethanol for transportation use, is now completely free of oil imports. The USA, which currently imports 60% of its oil, is watching Brazil's progress. The most recent US energy bill, signed into law last August, calls for more than doubling ethanol use by 2012. In preparation, the big three car manufacturers have begun selling "flex-fuel" vehicles capable of being powered by ethanol-enriched gasoline.

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Syngas International Corp. (SYNI), through its subsidiary, Syngas Energy Corp., is an emerging leader in the development and marketing of low-cost alternate fuels worldwide. We believe our superior technology will catapult our company into a GREEN POWERHOUSE. With energy prices at high levels and the global focus moving rapidly towards addressing pollution, the need for sustainable, zero emission energy is vital. Our technology is based on clean renewable energy. We foresee our company poised to benefit from global trends.

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