A DSU™ demonstration facility
that cleans the seas.
Our plant removes sulphur and has:
- Small footprint
- No water usage
- No direct emissions
Our plant removes sulphur and has:
We are building a demonstration facility using our ground breaking DSU™ technology to produce 2500 barrels of finished low sulphur marine fuel using local heavy oil feedstocks. Our low sulphur marine fuel will help ships meet global sulphur limits.
Our DSU™ technology provides a cheaper, cleaner, and scalable solution for marine fuel production. The DSU™ process has no direct SOx or GHG emissions - and it does not leave big piles of coke or asphaltenes behind. The key to the process is sodium, a powerful reducing agent with a strong affinity for sulphur and metals atoms interspersed in the complex heavy oil molecules. In our lab in Utah and in our pilot plant in Alberta, we have successfully demonstrated that we can produce ship-ready IMO and ECA-Compliant marine bunker fuels directly from vacuum residue and other heavy feedstocks – including some bottoms that are so heavy they are solid at room temperature.
We have progressed from DBM to the Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) phase. In this phase we will progress the engineering design of the plant focusing on the modular “engineer once- build many” template which will give us a more detailed accurate cost estimate. Since we have selected a site, this will include site specific engineering. During this phase we will complete and submit our regulatory application. By the end of this phase, we plan to sanction or get approval from our board to build the project.
Our demonstration facility site is located
in the Alberta Heartland.
Natural Resources Canada has released the semi-finalists that will compete for their share of a $155 million investment prize later this year aimed at clean technology in energy, mining and forestry, and 10 oilsands technologies are on the list.
The provincial government is spending $70 million on nine oil sands related projects with the goal of not only creating more jobs but lowering Alberta’s emission levels. The announcement was made in the Fort on May 8 at the Enlighten Innovation’s Cleanseas DSU technology pilot plant...
The world's 15 biggest ships create more pollution than all the cars on the planet. Enlighten Innovations, a Calgary-based company that operates a facility in Fort Saskatchewan, shared this interesting fact on Tuesday (May 8) as the provincial government announced it will...
A Calgary company hopes to start construction later this year on a $100-million demonstration plant in the Industrial Heartland that will make low-sulphur fuel for the shipping industry...
"We have a good emissions story, it’s clean technology, so we’re hoping to won’t take as long to get approval like other energy projects, so we can keep to our construction schedule. We still want to be up and running by 2019," said head of commercialization with Field Upgrading, Lisa Doig.
In May, Field Upgrading received $4.35 million in funding from the province and Ottawa to move forward with an engineering study to determine construction time lines and final costs for a $100 million demonstration plant…
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