Developing clean energy solutions

We focus on producing hydrogen & clean transport fuels. 

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Here is what we are doing

We are among the first movers in the nascent hydrogen industry with our portfolio alone of over $2 Billion in projects in the Permian Basin of West Texas. We are investing vast amounts of personal energy and working capital, creating from whole cloth our contribution to reduce the carbon footprint of energy production and consumption. Our projects will produce hydrogen from renewable power, convert that hydrogen to a product that can be easily transported such as ammonia, and, as needed, re-cracked back to hydrogen at the market’s last mile.

We also are addressing the continuing energy demand for legacy refined crude oil products by building clean fuels refineries that capture over 95% of emissions by producing refined products with solar power, carbon capture and newly-patented process technology. 

Green Hydrogen to Green Ammonia Project

This is a 160 MW renewable power project to provide 55 tons per day of Green Hydrogen and to convert it to Green Ammonia, utilizing electrolyzers manufactured by an international technology leader. In addition, the Green Ammonia complex is developed by an international leader in ammonia technology. We plan to produce 209,000 tons per year of Ammonia for export to Europe through our relationship with the Port of Corpus Christi. We have plans to double that production capability requiring doubling of the renewable power component in a proposal to an international super major petroleum and chemical company in Europe.


This is our multi-phased project utilizing renewable power in reforming natural gas to H2capturing the CO2 and supplying the H2 to gas turbines utilizing 75% H2 and 25% natural gas. These H2 capable gas turbines with combined cycle produce 217.5 MW of low carbon power in Phase 1. With near term projected advanced technology in Phase 2, the gas turbines will be able to utilize 100% H2, and produce 435 MW of low carbon power. In both Phase 1 and 2, we plan to dedicate the power to ERCOT.


Green Hydrogen to Green Direct Reduction Iron

We are in discussions with potential partners to reassemble an internationally located DRI facility that has been idled and move it to our Permian Basin site. This DRI facility plans to utilize our production of Green Hydrogen to fire the DRI facility for production of Green DRI for shipment to U.S. steel production facilities.

Hydrogen Pipeline from the Permian Basin to the Port of Corpus Christi

We are in discussions with potential partners to design and build a hydrogen pipeline from our geographic areas covered by Trans Permian H2Hub. We believe the pipeline access to hydrogen producers in the Permian Basin will be a strategic advantage for domestic and exports of hydrogen and its byproducts.

Clean Fuels Refinery

We are building a next-generation crude oil refinery that reduces emissions with proven technologies. Today’s fossil fuel infrastructure can be powered by renewable energy to significantly reduce emissions while improving energy efficiency. We are bridging fossil fuel infrastructure with solar and wind power and carbon capture. 

In partnership with Polaris Engineering we are creating a next generation crude oil refinery that reduces emissions with renewable energy and carbon capture.

Jack W. Hanks
President & CEO

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