ClearSky Global Inc. and ECOGY-GTL bringing emissions reduction technology to global fuels market
by CM Staff
The technology produces pure and particulate-free diesel and jet fuels that are reportedly cleaner, lighter, and have a higher energy content than conventional refined fuels.
CALGARY — Calgary-based ClearSky Global Inc., an affiliate of Rainmaker Global Market Access, signed an agreement to commercialize ECOGY-GTL GmbH’s unique, clean fuel technology for the global market.
The technology produces pure and particulate-free diesel and jet fuels that are reportedly cleaner, lighter, and have a higher energy content than conventional refined fuels. The process is entirely energy self-sufficient and runs without burning hydrocarbons or using any external energy source.
ClearSky CEO, Timothy Kozmyk, commented, “ECOGY’s remarkable technology provides us with a superior, economically viable solution for customers valuing cost-effective, low emission fuels. We believe this will be of particular interest to the aviation industry which is challenged with finding an economic way to reduce CO2 emissions in order to meet 2030 emissions targets. We have the solution they are looking for. The ECOGY™ process is emission-free and more energy-efficient than competing technologies, allowing us to produce a very pure and cost-competitive fuel product”.
Fuel manufacturing operations will commence in Germany in 2024, with North American commercial natural gas to liquid fuel operations estimated to begin in 2025. Systems can be designed to produce anywhere from 75,000 litres of fuel per day from a compact 3-module plant to over one million litres per day from larger operations, enabling ClearSky to strategically deploy fuel production operations to grow and serve potential customers better.