Christopher Findlater Re-Refining UMO (Used Motor Oil) In The US

Top Quote Christopher Findlater, CEO of CheyenneX (Cheyenne Exploration, Inc.) is pursuing used motor oil (UMO) recycling and re-refining technologies as a means to develop United States energy independence and carbon neutrality. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 04, 2011 - Christopher Findlater, CEO of CheyenneX (Cheyenne Exploration, Inc.) is strategically developing UMO (used motor oil) technologies in America. Through long-term capital investment in the re-refinery industry, Chris is hoping to tangibly reducing the environmental impact of bunker fuel emissions in the atmosphere.

    "Unfortunately, the main source for UMO is as bunker fuel," claims Christopher Findlater of CheyenneX. "Through our focused investment strategies in the development of re-refineries in America, we hope to convert what is currently an environmental nightmare into a win:win scenario - reduce pollution around the world and job creation in America."

    There are more than 90,000 commercial vessels navigating the world's oceans, producing more sulfur dioxide than all the cars, trucks and buses on the planet, more carbon dioxide than the Netherlands, Poland and Spain combined and a sixth of all the nitrogen oxide emitted into the atmosphere. The gross negligence of oceanic emissions is in part related to the use of bunker fuel which contains 27,000 parts per million of sulfur (contrasted with US diesel fuel which cannot have more than 15 parts per million). If all recovered UMO were recycled rather than used as dirty bunker fuel, it would represent nearly 20 million barrels of oil per year - equivalent to more than 1 full day's consumption of oil in the US alone. All the UMO in the US could be re-refined with the construction of about 30 re-refineries at an approximate cost of $2 billion.

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