Area formerly known for coal, iron, and rail.
Zero Emission Hydrogen
Hydrogen synthesized from methane, with process CO2 emissions captured and permanently sequestered deep underground
H2Blue has no harmful emissions when used to generate power or in hydrogen-electric fuel cells
Lower Emission Ammonia
Ammonia for industrial, manufacturing, medical, and agriculture uses. KeyState Ammonia is produced from hydrogen synthesized from methane and combined with nitrogen pulled from the air.
Diesel Exhaust Treatment
Reducing Emissions from Diesel Engines
Ammonia is made into Urea that becomes diesel exhaust treatment that reduces Smog Forming Emissions by 90%+
A World-Class Team
KeyState Natural Gas Synthesis, LLC is a joint endeavor between KeyState LLC (Project Developer) and Frontier Natural Resources, Inc. (Natural Gas & Geological Storage) in partnership with Climate Investment and supported by other strategic partners from industry, technology and finance.
KeyState Natural Gas Synthesis, LLC
Perry Babb has 42+ years of non-profit and business development experience, having founded multiple successful companies in business services, construction, energy, and marketing, as well as several non-profits, and worked in strategic aid, infrastructure, and education in a dozen countries. Perry is a leading voice in the new energy economy.
Mark Miller has 37+ years industry experience. He is founder and former President of Eastern Reservoir Service and, more recently, the CEO/Director and co-founder of Cuadrilla Resources, a shale exploration company based in the United Kingdom.
Grafton Withers has 36+ years industry experience. He began his career with 22 years with Schlumberger Limited rising to the level of Vice President and Regional Manager followed by founding his own consulting company, Witmer Consulting Limited, in 2000 which remains in place today.
Scott Pierce has 25+ years of experience managing the safe and efficient operation of process facilities specializing in gasification, fertilizer, and new plant startups. Scott has experience in developing and the administration of plant budgets and production plans and assisting with front-end development and engineering of greenfield projects.
John T. McDaniel
John T. McDaniel has 41+ years of experience in chemical processing facility management and engineering. John has experience managing both developing and existing facilities.
B. Sc. Chemical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University.
Zero Emissions Transportation Fuel
KeyState PA to Zero by the numbers
Harmful emissions from hydrogen used in fuel cell trucks
Gallons of diesel displaced by hydrogen or remediated with exhaust treatment