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MagneGas advances co-combustion testing

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

MagneGas Corporation (MagneGas or the company), an award winning technology company, has announced that through the identification of a specific engineered fuel, it has once again achieved significant reductions of coal flue gas with a dramatic increase in heat without a corresponding increase in carbon footprint. The company has also filed provisional patents related to proprietary characteristics of the new MagneGas® fuel, as part of its ongoing development of a 
co-combustion technology to substantially reduce coal emissions and improve coal burning efficiency.

MagneGas is currently working with its partner, FuturEnergy Australia and a confidential partner in Michigan, to advance the technology and obtain independent verification of significant coal emission reductions using its proprietary fuel and co-combustion technology. The company identified this week previously unknown fuel characteristics required to achieve superior
co-combustion results, in response, provisional patents covering those characteristics have been filed.

In addition, internal testing continues to demonstrate a significant education in greenhouse gas emissions with a dramatic increase in fuel stack temperatures. The company is working towards obtaining independent validation of these results from a leading coal technology research centre that is associated with one of the nation's largest utilities. MagneGas anticipates this validation will be received in early 2016.

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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