Orbital Engine Corp. Ltd., the company that earned its reputation for unflagging promotion of Ralph Sarich's unique 2-stroke engine, is healthy and prospering — despite the fact that automotive industry interest in commercializing the Orbital engine design appears to have all but evaporated. Shuan Duffy, Orbital's manager of investor relations/public affairs, says the company continues to refine the Orbital 2-stroke engine under a program now called Genesis, but admits that the 2-stroke ...

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