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H2OIL Corporation is the leading developer and manufacture of fuel and oil additive products, utilizing the most advanced nanotechnology, for making gasoline, diesel fuel and engine oil additives

H2OIL Corporation Announces Nanotechnology " eeFuel Saver" for the American Market

RAYLEIGH, UK | Posted on July 1st, 2008

Located in California's Silicon Valley, the company's goal has been to develop new generation fuel oil and oil technology products, which will give users an easy, cost effective, and highly efficient method of conserving energy, reduce air pollution and protecting equipment (Wall Street Reporter)

The announcement is good news for the North American market. With its own concerns about energy conversation and environmental protection,

On March 14 2008 H2OIL - eeFuel registered with the U.S.EPA for use as a gasoline and diesel fuel additive for both bulk and aftermarket applications

H2OIL Corporation is the forerunner in liquid fuel nanotechnology and manufacturing, as well as a distributing marketing company supplying products to Asia and European countries.

A recently published expert commission's report in the UK estimates that by 2050 the climate change Industry could be worth $2.8 trillion globally. Which shows that tackling climate change represents the greatest of challenges for the world,

Renewable energy will also play a key role in the move to a future low carbon economy and applying new technology to traditional power supplies is also on the cards.

eeFuel can play a very important role in conserving energy and protecting the environment immediately.

Nanotechnology eeFuel Additive is the only multi-functional liquid nanotechnology fuel enhancer on the market with a strong track record of real benefits

Proven to save money
Significant environmental benefits
Practical solution for today's world market

It's safe and easy to use with no vehicle or engine modifications required

Global warming is a serious problem and everyone should be given the opportunity to help the situation.

Allowing pollution to go unchecked is no longer a viable alternative

Today, companies must work harder to produce products that are environmentally friendly.

High fuel costs are harming the economy worldwide

There is an urgent need to increase the use of existing technologies that do not require additional research and development costs to reduce the dependence on foreign oil

eeFuel is a registered trademark of H2OIL Corporation


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Dale Curr

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