International firms participate in biomass project

December 1993
Modern Power Systems;Dec93, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p12
Reveals that a group of international companies are participating in a Brazilian project to develop a biomass based gasification technology to provide fuel for a gas turbine. Biomass Integrated Gasification Gas Turbine project.


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