❖ Curve Marine has patented its Extractive Chemistry & Novel Reactor System.
❖ Curve Marine is a technology development company which has invested
three years of time & expense into R&D bringing to market its proprietary world’s first
Sulphur Extraction and Ambient Reactor combination for the removal of Sulphur from
Refinery Residuum and Bunker Fuel (Shipping Fuel).
❖ Curve Marine can supply its proprietary Green Extractant chemicals and lease into
deployments to Refinery clients its proprietary Ambient Low Footprint Reactor and
Extractant Washing & Recycling systems.
❖ Curve Marine is establishing deployment of focused Sulphur reduction projects
with National Oil Companies in South East Asia & Mexico.
❖ Curve Marine Pte Ltd is based in Singapore with wholly-owned operational subsidiaries in
Malaysia (for logistical support and engineering manpower supply) and the Czech Republic
(for R&D and technical support on crude oil specific chemistry formulation).
❖ In January 2020 Curve Marine successfully demonstrated its patented Extractive Chemistry &
Novel Reactor System to technical teams from the client refineries in South East Asia & Mexico and their trading arms responsible for HFO-VLSFO specification compliance.
❖ The results were independently assessed by SGS and Intertek
❖ During the Demonstration, Curve was able to fast-track its Single Pass Chemistry requiring no
Oxidant or Homogeneous Catalyst. This significantly improves the previous Catalytic Oxidation method.
❖ This fast-tracked product development reduced costs remarkably and further improved
Curve’s leading-edge ‘Green’ profile.
❖ The primary Client will shortly be participating in an extensive range of third party testing
(SGS and Core Lab assessed) to specifically confirm the Curve Zero Oxidant Chemistry
economics on current Residuum and Heavy Fuel Oil accumulating at the refinery.
❖ A secondary economic driver - avoided waste disposal and storage cost is providing
secondary support for our collaboration. We expect this aspect to be built onto the
opportunity in the form of secondary contracts.