Canadian company close to opening fuel plant with Greyrock technology

A Canadian company is in the midst of building that country’s first gas-to-liquid fuel plant, using a license from Sacramento fuel technology company Greyrock Energy Inc.

Rocky Mountain GTL Inc. began construction in May on the fuel plant, which will convert petroleum flare gas into stable liquid diesel.

Two years ago, Rocky Mountain raised 42 million Canadian dollars ($31.75 million) in a private placement to build its first commercial gas-to-liquid plant about 35 miles from Calgary, Alberta,…


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