Poly Shield Begin Shore-side Fuel Purification Feasibility Study

MaritimePropulsion.com
Monday, August 19, 2013

Poly Shield Technologies Inc., has began a feasibility study to determine if the DSOX-15 Fuel Purification System could be used as an economically viable option of supplying low sulfur marine fuel from a land based shore side facility.

CEO Rasmus Norling commented: "We have received a number of inquiries regarding the possible application of our DSOX-15 Fuel Purification Technology as a shore side low sulfur fuel distribution system. Which if it proves to be a viable application of the DSOX-15 Fuel Purification Technology could represent a significant new market for our technology."

Poly Shield Technologies Inc say they will continue updating the public on the DSOX -15 Fuel Purification System shore side feasibility study as developments occur. Their proprietary DSOX-15 Fuel Purification System is a cost-effective technology designed to remove sulfur from fuel in an effort to meet the upcoming sulfur emissions regulations due to take effect in 2015.

http://www.Polyshieldtechnologies.com

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