LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Rentech, Inc. (NYSE AMEX: RTK) today announced its conference schedule for November 2011.
November 9, 2011
Advanced Biofuels Markets Congress 2011
The Race for Scale
San Francisco, CA
Presenter: Hunt Ramsbottom, President & CEO
Speaking Time: 11:10 a.m. PST
November 9-10, 2011
APEC Pacific Basin Economic Council/ East-West Center (PBEC/EWC) Conference
Attendee: Eric Darmstaedter, President of ClearFuels Technology, Inc.
November 29, 2011
Barclays Bio3 Forum
New York, New York
Presenter: Dan Cohrs, EVP and Chief Financial Officer
November 30, 2011
Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI)
Certification of Alternative Aviation Fuels; Creating a Legacy of Success
Presenter: Dr. Robert Freerks, Director of Product Development
Speaking Time: 10:00 a.m. EST (Panelist)
About Rentech, Inc.
Rentech, Inc. (www.rentechinc.com), incorporated in 1981, provides clean energy solutions and produces nitrogen fertilizer. The Company's Rentech-SilvaGas and Rentech-ClearFuels biomass gasification process can convert multiple biomass feedstocks into synthesis gas (syngas) for production of renewable fuels and power. Combining the gasification process with Rentech's unique application of syngas conditioning and clean-up technology and the patented Rentech Process based on Fischer-Tropsch chemistry, Rentech offers an integrated solution for production of synthetic fuels from biomass. The Rentech Process can also convert syngas from fossil resources into ultra-clean synthetic jet and diesel fuels, specialty waxes, and chemicals. Final product upgrading and acid gas removal technologies are provided under an alliance with UOP, a Honeywell company. Rentech is developing projects and offers licenses for these technologies for application in synthetic fuels and power facilities worldwide. Rentech Energy Midwest Corporation, the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary, manufactures and sells nitrogen fertilizer products including ammonia, urea ammonia nitrate solution and liquid and granular urea in the Mid Corn Belt region of the central United States.