Press Releases 04.28.2010
Ze-gen Welcomes David Robertson As Vice President of Technology
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Ze-gen, Inc., a leading developer and integrator of advanced gasification technology to convert waste streams into synthesis gas, today announced the addition of David Robertson to the Ze-gen team. Mr. Robertson is joining Ze-gen as Vice President of Technology.
Mr. Robertson joins Ze-gen after a 30 year career with BP plc. He will be leading the technology development, project deployment, and operations activities at Ze-gen as they progress commercialization of their gasification process.
“We are thrilled to welcome David to our team,” said Bill Davis, President & CEO of Ze-gen. “David brings years of leadership and expertise in technology development and commercialization in the clean fuels space that will be instrumental helping Ze-gen to accelerate the commercialization of our advanced gasification technology.”
Mr. Robertson’s most recent role was Technology Vice President, Conversion in the Refining & Marketing Company in BP. He was responsible for the development of a portfolio of technologies to create synthesis gas (syngas) from a range of primary fuels and create a range of clean fuels and fuel-related products from syngas. The scope of the role included applied research, pilot plant design and operation, semi-commercial demonstration units, technology licensing and project development leading to commercialization.
Mr. Robertson has a BSc in Chemical Engineering from Strathclyde University, Scotland and attended the PMD 72 at Harvard Business School. Mr. Robertson is moving to Boston from the UK with his wife and 3 sons.
About Ze-gen, Inc:
Ze-gen, Inc. is a renewable energy company that is emerging as a leader in the development of advanced gasification technology for converting solid waste streams into a synthesis gas (syngas) mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas. Syngas is a platform fuel that can then be used in a variety of high-value end-use applications, including: steam production, electricity, industrial hydrogen gas, to form the building blocks for synthetic diesel or ethanol, synthetic natural gas, methanol, or as a chemical feedstock into a variety of industrial processes. By thoughtfully and efficiently disposing of these waste streams, Ze-gen reduces two problems simultaneously: the landfilling of energy-rich waste materials, and continued reliance on fossil fuels for energy needs. For more information visit www.ze-gen.com
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