The social and political landscape of the world is ever changing. With environmental awareness and corporate social responsibility reaching ever increasing heights, there has been a profound movement towards “environmentally friendly” solutions to the world’s energy requirements. Within the United States of America, federal and state governments are moving forward with mandates to clean up heavy-duty diesel engines. Internationally, particularly in developing Asian countries, governments are seeking to balance rapid economic growth with environmental concerns. Other countries are seeking to improve trade balances by taking advantage of their oil resources without having to import light distillate products for fuel oil production.

With our focus of offering energy end users products that enable adaptation to changing environmental regulations, various business opportunities have arisen for commercial development of AET products. AET is approaching these markets with solutions tailored to specific regional needs. The below illustrates the various markets for AET around the world.

Past Projects


Projects Overview
  • Four years uninterrupted operation
  • Dozens of vehicles operation round the clock
  • 1.2 million liters of Emulsion Fuels consumed every year
South America
  • Partnered with one of the largest private transport owner and operators in its native country.
  • Installed blending equipment on local partner’s premises.
  • Focused on delivery of products within three different markets: marine, industrial and vehicle applications.
  • India’s geo-political environment results in one of the world’s most complex marketplaces for petroleum products.
  • AET’s developed a multi-layered approach to India, with individual product lines and major applications in the making.
  • AET has a strategic alliance with Industrial Boiler Manufacturer – which ranks as one of the largest boiler retailers in India.
United States
  • For over five years, AET’s technology has produced significant cost savings for a Boston-based hospital.
  • This hospital achieved fuel savings of approximately 4% when compared to traditional fuel oil and natural gas.
  • Operations with FOE fuels in the KIPEQ boiler facility proceeded flawlessly with no detrimental consequences for the boiler plant and associated instrumentation;
  • FOE fuels proved to be stable, without any significant operations devoted to preserving fuel stability; and
  • FOE fuels proved to be quite effective in decreasing gaseous (CO2, NOx, SOx) and PM emissions.