Purchasing Carbon-free Fuel for Shipping & Transportation,
and Emission Reduction
Our business model is Cooperative Integration with the existing infrastructure. GBOI does not sell equipment. Our business model is to only supply fuel, under contracted fuel agreements, for negotiated terms.
We can utilize the existing fuel terminals and tank farms at Harbors to service both ships and land-based need, as no alterations are required to accommodate the distribution of these Carbon-free Fuels.
Working with local Port Authorities, through Private Public Partnerships or other applicable business arrangements, we benefit local and national governments as we produce for them. Many countries are energy importers and therefore, dependent and vulnerable to market volatility. Producing these Carbon-free Fuels in partnership with them enables their energy independence and self-sufficiency. They can even become Carbon-free Fuel exporters for us, creating more revenue for their local and national economies.
We are pricing these Carbon-free Fuels at par with the hydrocarbon fuels they are blending with or replacing at each location of production, so that we can work cooperatively with and through the supply chain.
You, as the Consumer, do not have to change anything in your engines to use them. Just add the Carbon-free Fuels in any ratio or use them exclusively.
There is no retooling or retrofitting required in the supply chain or for the consumer, making this, by far, the most cost-effective solution for emission regulation compliance, as well as the easiest and fastest to implement. Transitioning to Carbon-free Fuel eliminates the need to install and maintain expensive exhaust gas filters, scrubbers, such as SCR/SNCR, etc. paying fines, or slowing down ships to meet the ever-tightening emission restrictions. Just add and go Green.
If the Carbon-free Fuel is not available when refueling, tanks can be refilled with conventional fuel without issues.
An onboard reserve tank, holding only Carbon-free Fuel, can be utilized to blend with conventional fuel so that it meets emission requirements at harbors that do not yet have these fuels available; therefore, preventing the need for scrubbers.