Acceleware | Kisâstwêw is an innovator of transformative clean-tech enhanced oil recovery technology (EOR).
Our drive for meaningful development, leadership in electromagnetic modeling, combined with our team's deep expertise in applied RF antenna design, have resulted in an innovation that can radically reduce the environmental impact of heavy oil and oil sands production around the world.
In addition to clean EOR, we believe that Acceleware | Kisâstwêw RF can also be used for clean and economic grain drying, minerals production, even green hydrogen development. Clean heat means cleaner products.
The transformative nature of the innovation can be partly explained through its massive environmental improvement potential. The technology does not require any external water and reduces land use by up to 67% and is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) by 25% immediately, and up to 100% if a renewable electricity source is used.
Acceleware | Kisâstwêw RF XL is a transformative innovation that uses radio frequency ("RF") energy to heat and mobilize heavy oil and bitumen, resulting in dramatically cleaner and lower-cost production relative to traditional steam-based processes such as steam-assisted gravity drainage ("SAGD").
Since 2010, Acceleware has executed an extensive research and development program and has successfully proven the patented and patent-pending RF XL process in field testing. All findings indicate that RF XL technology can supply reliable heat to oil sands and heavy oil reservoirs safely and efficiently at the lowest cost and with the lowest carbon emissions. RF XL eliminates fresh water use, has a very small physical footprint and is scalable in 'bite-sized' pieces, which can significantly reduce the initial investment typically required for new thermal projects.
Acceleware has continued to test and refine the engineering of surface and sub-surface components for its commercial RF XL test, slated for early 2021.
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