Phoenix Canada Oil Forms New Synfuel™ Business Unit

Toronto; 08 August 2014 — Phoenix Canada Oil Company Limited (TSXV: PCO & OTC BB:PHXCF) announced an expanded program for the commercially sustainable development of its proprietary catalytic Synfuel™ technology. In addition to carbon dioxide capture and conversion, the Synfuel™ system generates a low to nil pollution alternative to crude petroleum-refined liquid transportation fuels which includes light end jet fuel and kerosene, medium end gasoline and heavy end diesel fuel. Under the supervision of University of Ottawa Professors Drs. F. Handan Tezel, Vice Dean (Research), and Dr. Elena Baranova, a principal researcher in the conversion of captured carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide as the basic foundation of the catalytic Reverse Water Gas Shift (RWGS) reaction which generates economic carbon capture systems. The new Phoenix RWGS system minimizes greenhouse gas emissions, reduces dependence on politically unstable foreign oil sources, provides an innovative way to store continually available hydrogen resources, and yields fuels chemically identical to crude oil-based production.

Don Moore, Phoenix President, suggests that “with current world oil consumption now over 90-million barrels per day, and growing steadily, each billion barrel oil discovery covers less than 12 days of current world oil consumption. The recent widely publicized shale oil and gas developments may not provide an answer since these reservoirs are now reporting accelerating production decline rates requiring continuing multi-billion dollar in-fill drilling programs to maintain their current output. The augmenting of conventional hydrocarbon fuels with the Phoenix Synfuel™ alternative may well be considered essential for the survival of our civilization, as we now know it.”

Phoenix Technologies:
The Phoenix proprietary Synfuel™ production technology describes the compounding of hydrogen with captured carbon emissions, both components available from widely diverse sources. The Synfuel™ equivalents of conventional liquid transportation fuels ranges from light-end jet fuel and kerosene, to mid-range gasoline, and through heavy-end diesel oil products. The Synfuel™ alternative will employ, without modification, the vast, long-established, multi-trillion dollar transportation and distribution infrastructure. Synfuel™ can also play a key role in advancing economic Carbon Capture and Storage/Sequestration (CCS), upgraded by the environmentally benign Phoenix Carbon Capture and Recycling (CCR) system. Phoenix also plans for a leading role in the future “Hydrogen Economy” by controlling the proprietary technology covering the generation of low cost hydrogen gas from ordinary water (including salt and polluted water) feedstocks.

For further information — Contact:
S. Donald Moore; President & CEO

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