Sylvatex technology solves complex fuel problems with innovative sustainable chemistry recipes.
Sylvatex Inc is a fuel technology company that has developed a unique recipe, with comprehensive IP surrounding it, that allows oil companies to reduce costs while producing a greener, cleaner diesel fuel.
Our technology is complementary to the diesel & renewable fuel space by a number of means, including a more cost effective production of low emissions petro-diesel due to the physical specs of our microemulsion, as well as the ability to use lower grades of ethanol, vegetable oil and the other ingredients of our recipe, to displace up to 43% of the petro-diesel consumed by an engine.
Increasing the Operating Margin for Diesel Refiners
As an additional value prop for refiners, Sylvatex technology can help to reduce OpEx & CapEx of refineries for low-sulfur diesel production.
Hydrogen and the catalysts used in hydrodesulfurization, although cost-prohibitive for refineries, are necessary production components for the reduction of sulfur ‘parts-per-million’ in petro-diesel. The Sylvatex technology platform will allow refiners to save on expensive hydrogen & catalyst consumption, because from blending diesel with our microemulsion a refinery can reduce hydrodesulfurization but still achieve low-sulfur diesel specs, thereby dramatically saving in operational costs.
- Minimal changes required for processing, blending & distribution
- Allows for less refined ingredients (ethanol, vegetable oil, diesel)
- Oil companies can now reach regulatory fuel specs for less cost, while using renewable carbon
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Cleaner greener fuel
- Biomass derived - Flexibility in diesel refinement & production to meet increasingly stringent fuel standards
- Strategic partners in petroleum & biofuels [ethanol & oil in particular] industries, as well as oil crop producers/refineries and distributors
- Our biomass-derived constituents will expand into a new diesel market, as Sylvatex injects their feedstocks into the petroleum sector