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Good, promising technology, exciting challenge to reduce dependence on foreign oil
Highly competent staff technically
As startup company with limited income, financing of company and ability to complete new tasks is uncertain
Pioneering a new area so many challenges
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Rentech "rents" technology that turns carbon-bearing gases, liquids, and solids into products useful for carbon-based life forms -- humans. Its technology -- called the Rentech Process, its own variation on the Fischer-Tropsch (FT) process -- is licensed to third-party plants for converting biomass, waste, and fossil resources into synthesis gas (syngas) and then into hydrocarbons to be refined into products like diesel fuel, jet fuel, and specialty waxes. Of course, it doesn't make much money doing this. That's why Rentech bought Royster-Clark. That company's nitrogen...