Earth Search Sciences Inc.
used by Earth Search Sciences (ESSE) is rooted in the stars, not the ground.
The company has developed remote sensing instruments (using what is called hyperspectral remote sensing technology) based
on NASA's Airborne Visible and Infra-Red Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS). The instruments designed by ESSI collect and analyze data
for use in oil and gas exploration, mining, hazardous material remediation, and ecosystem monitoring, among other things.
The company has served customers in the private, military, and government sectors. Chairman and CEO Larry Vance owns 74% of the company. =========================================================================================================
General Synfuels International, Inc. ("GSI") is committed to delivering a green transformation for fossil fuels development.
GSI has developed a patented, environmentally friendly,
energy-self-sustaining and economically attractive process to recover oil and gas products from oil shale.
It is GSI's intent to demonstrate its technology in the field through a commercially scalable prototype. GSI will be well positioned to become a significant contributor to the Oil Shale Industry in the United States and around the world.
The GSI in-situ gasification technology will reduce reliance on oil imports to the U.S. by responsibly tapping into the abundant domestic energy resources of the United States.
ABOUT OIL SHALE AND OIL SANDS
The GSI in-situ process was specifically designed to extract gaseous hydrocarbon products from oil shale. Oil shale is an organic-rich fine-grained sedimentary rock,
containing significant amounts of a compound known as kerogen, which can be converted into an array of hydrocarbon products.
Oil Shale is not related to Shale Gas (e.g. The Marcellus Shale) where fracking is used to help extract the only product, natural gas or Shale Oil (e.g.
The Bakken Shale), where oil in shale rock is extracted also using fracking.
Recent estimates set the total recoverable world oil shale resources at enough to produce 2.8 to 3.3 trillion barrels of oil.
Approximately 65% of the world’s oil shale resources are located in the Green River Formation in northwestern Colorado, northeastern Utah and southwestern Wyoming.
The majority of the oil shale in the Green River Basin is comprised of marlstone.
The GSI in-situ technology can also be used to extract oil from the bitumous tar/oil sands.
There are more than 50 tar sands deposits located in eastern Utah, containing an estimated 12 to 19 billion barrels of oil.
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