Better Fuels for a Better Future.

Imagine if instead of taking our garbage, and throwing it in a landfill, we recovered the raw materials and recycled the energy into high value ultra clean climate friendly transportation fuels to power our economy?

That's what we do.

The Illinois Clean Fuels project will produce 30,000 barrels per day of ultra-clean diesel and jet fuel from municipal garbage, without reliance on subsidy.

The project will demonstrate a new commercial reality: Renewables can compete directly with oil as a source of transportation fuels, and deliver more consistent and greater returns from a higher-quality asset, with better longevity, with or without subsidy.

Our mission is to deliver price-competitive drop-in-replacement diesel and jet fuel in a way that eliminates waste, recovers useful raw materials, protects the climate, and builds sustainable infrastructure meeting our long-term transportation fuel needs in a world without easy access to oil.

We believe we can achieve an unsubsidized production cost of $47/bbl brent crude equivalent, making the synthetic fuel we produce lower cost than new sources of oil from fracking, deepwater, or tarsands.

We can do this while achieving zero lifecycle carbon footprint, meaning that we completely eliminate the climate impact from the production and use of our fuels, making us cleaner than even electric vehicles.

And we do it all within a proven and bankable technology envelope, in partnership with the world's leading oil and gas and waste companies.

It's commercial scale energy infrastructure, with a positive environmental, social, and economic impact.