Chevron support LS9 research in synthetic hydrocarbon products

Chevron to support LS9 for research in synthetic hydrocarbon products

4:41 PM, 19th July 2011
Chevron to support LS9 for research in synthetic hydrocarbon products
Ed Dineen, President and CEO, LS9.

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, US: LS9 Inc will carry out a second phase of research with Chevron Technology Ventures, a division of Chevron USA Inc. This programme is directed at further improving LS9’s platform technology to produce specific pure hydrocarbon products. This second phase follows Chevron’s initial testing and evaluation of LS9’s technology solution. The terms of the funding programme were not disclosed.

“We appreciate Chevron’s continued support of LS9 and this specific technology programme. This programme will enable us to bring new fuel technologies and products to the marketplace in addition to our current UltraClean(TM) Diesel,” said Ed Dineen, President and CEO, LS9.

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