Biogas: Wastewater treatment facilities, landfills, and agricultural operators are primary producers of waste methane. These producers provide a well-aggregated source of methane that can be converted to high value fuel and monetized using the Oberon Fuels process.
Natural Gas: The Oberon process can cost effectively convert natural gas to DME, taking advantage of market price differences to compete against high-cost diesel. The modular design can be deployed to remote stranded gas locations that would otherwise be difficult to harvest, or to industrial operations where it can utilize waste CO2 streams to increase output. With huge reserves of natural gas, efficient conversion to DME could enable greater energy independence and security for the USA.
The skid-mounted platform allows for easy deployment around the world, including remote areas. The ability to generate fuel from local waste streams or natural gas could be utilized in third-world locations where the fueling infrastructure is underdeveloped.