Innovative marine fuel solutions to rapidly transition to net zero

Water-In-Oil Emulsion Fuel Technology

  • Conventional emulsion systems add water to marine fuels to produce Water-in-Oil emulsions
  • This reduces NOx (each % of water added reduces NOx by a % typically)
  • Also improves combustion and reduces Black Carbon due to secondary fuel atomisation
  • Potential for higher engine efficiency in some cases
  • Implemented by installing an emulsion system on the vessel

Quadrise Fuels International plc (LON:QFI) is the global innovator and licensor of disruptive heavy oil technology that produces MSAR® fuel. The Quadrise team is a unique combination of energy sector experts and fuel specialists that were instrumental in the prior commercialisation of 60 million tons of Orimulsion® fuel worldwide.

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