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Eneco attains water/oil fusion

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Eneco Holdings, Inc., a developer of state of the art emulsion technology, has announced that it has succeeded in mixing LSA heavy oil with tap water at a ratio of 50:50 with the use of the next generation Eneco Plasma Fusion fuel refiner. The results of this breakthrough have been verified through a certified analysis by the Physical and Chemical Analysis Centre in Yokohama. This represents a huge step forward for emulsion technology and enables LSA heavy oil to be mixed with tap water at a ratio of 30:70, depending on the state of the water used.

For the Group of Seven (G7) Ise-Shima Summit to be held from Thursday, 26 May to Friday, 27 May, Eneco Holdings will host the Lounge G7 communication space for news organisations at the summit site (Shima City, Mie Prefecture), where members of the industry, and media, from around the world will be provided with further revealing details about this breakthrough technology.


Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/16052016/water-oil-fusion-achieved-by-eneco-3310/

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