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ClearSign to work with World Oil Refining on LA low-emissions demonstration project

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

ClearSign Combustion Corp. has announced that World Oil Refining has issued a commitment letter to work with CLIR on the previously approved South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) funded demonstration project in the greater Los Angeles, California, US area.

This project, which was announced in September 2017, will showcase ClearSign's Duplex technology as a candidate to achieve ultra-low emissions levels in refinery process heaters and other types of fired equipment.

The project will involve retrofit installation of ClearSign's Duplex technology within World Oil Refinery's South Gate, California refinery as a demonstration of the technology for SCAQMD.

Funding for the project is a collaborative effort that includes contributions from the air district, ClearSign, and World Oil Refinery. The addition of World Oil to the project is subject to final review and approval by SCAQMD board of directors, after which the project is slated to span approximately one year.

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