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Technology Utilization

Coal in the United States and Asphaltite proves that “All Coals Are Not Created Equal”.  By utilizing technologies that are owned or controlled by Geotec, the maximum hydrocarbon dollar and BTU value can be realized. 

Geotec Biochemistry for Hydrocarbons 

Hydrocarbons from Petroleum and Coal can provide energy for many purposes, however the pollution of our soils and water become the burden of today’s governments and our energy producers. 

Geotec has 140 proteins that perform various functions to recover or increase the value of hydrocarbons, such as oil or coal.  The hydrocarbons can be cleaned from contaminated soils or water to Environmental Protection Agency acceptable levels and the dangerous chemicals can be controlled or sequestered, thereby providing for cleaner air, soil and water. 

The mechanisms for these proteins to accomplish this benefit include:

Synthesis from C1 Sources.                  Alkylation.

Oxidation-Oxygenation.                        Reduction-Hydrogenation.

Heterosubstitution.                                Carbonylation.

 Isomerization.                          Oligomerization and Polymerization.
Metathesis.                               Addition of chemical structures


This technology is controllable and has been commercialized on a large scale, with by-products that are safe for humans, plants and animals.  Reactions with long chain hydocarbons or simple Tertiary Butyl Cations have to be controlled and sequestered to benefit our environment. 

Tertiary Butyl Cation

 The protein/enzymes that Geotec produces clean the environment as nature normally does, but at controlled reactions rates 100 billion times faster.

Geotec enzyme/proteins are a specifically blended liquid that will reduce hydrocarbons and organic metal compounds such as mercury, sulfur and arsenic upon contact when applied to impacted soils, surfaces and groundwater. These enzyme/proteins have been successfully used in the “catalytic conversion” of organic environmental contaminants with minimal effort and application techniques. When applied to impacted soil, a minimal reaction time renders the contaminant irreversibly altered and the contaminant, if hazardous, no longer possesses its chemical fingerprint. The compound that forms is an organo-protein residue with the consistency and makeup of equivalent to the soil or earth of any processed feedstock. Treated soils are rendered more amenable to reclamation.

Geotec enzyme/proteins are a blend of environmentally friendly compounds, which display no hazardous waste characteristics either by ignitability, corrosivity or reactivity. These enzyme/proteins are not altered chemically and will not form harmful intermediates when blended with hazardous chemicals. Geotec enzyme/proteins conform to “non-hazardous substances” defined under the Clean Water Act, RCRA, the Clean Air Act, and TSCA. It is not a carcinogen and is not listed on OSHA, IARC, or NTP Monograms. It also passes the 48-hour Acute Toxicity Bioassay for fingerling trout.

Geotec has Asphaltite mines in Argentina and characteristically this material has been converted to diesel and jet fuel.  4-5 barrels of diesel/jet fuel were obtained per ton of Asphaltite. Following processing, the remaining product is very pure fixed carbon with yields of 10-15% per ton of Asphaltite.  Processing for Asphaltite can be maximized by utilizing high-temperature thermal desorption with the Geotec enzyme/proteins. 

During the first quarter of 2005, the Company changed its business direction and focus to coal and the utilization of technology maximize the value of those coal assets.