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Rocky Mountain Clean Fuels Inc.’s “first of its kind” modular facility offers the efficiency of a large facility on a smaller scale with better economics.
Our patented EGTL™ technology and current design infrastructure used in this plant is a smarter way to make synthetic diesel (and jet fuel) from natural gas and natural gas liquids. Future phases proposed for Carseland will include consideration for hydrogen, Bio-Syngas derived renewable diesel, hydrogenation-derived renewable diesel (“HDRD”) in addition to EGTL™ synthetic fuels.
Rocky Mountain Clean Fuels Inc.’s plant safety record is exceptional, and our fuels are produced in a socially acceptable manner. Our small-scale facilities will provide diverse economic prosperity to rural and Indigenous communities.
Carseland Alberta Facility
RMCFI Carseland, Alberta Canada GTL Plant
Rocky Mountain Clean Fuels Inc.’s first EGTL™ plant in Canada is in Carseland, Alberta, located 50 km east of Calgary. The plant will be capable of producing ~20 million litres per year of superior synthetic diesel fuel derived from natural gas and natural gas liquids, with an additional ~7 million litres per year being derived from Expander Energy Inc.’s Bio-Syngas supply expected in 2026.
The plant design provides for full water recovery and recycle, and integrated waste-heat recovery to generate power for the plant.
Future plants are being engineered to be scalable to produce up to 300+ million litres per year of EGTL™ fuel.
Rocky Mountain Clean Fuels Inc.’s feedstock flexible EGTL™ technology & Greyrock’s Direct to Fuel Production™ catalyst create a unique integrated process allowing for a smaller, modular facility and a ‘one-stop’ sustainable fuel source where resources can be produced, processed and consumed in local or regional markets—or supply international demand.
In addition to creating skilled-labour employment opportunities for Carseland, the plant complements an existing gas plant and infrastructure already in the area, adding convenience and cost-effective benefits.
Our facilities can be stand alone to reach stranded gas reserves or built in parallel to existing gas plants, as in Carseland, allowing for take-away capacity or market opportunities. Communities can take pride in producing their own paraffinic diesel, high quality and environmentally advanced diesel fuels and Hydrogen.