“THERE COMES A TIDE IN THE AFFAIRS OF MAN WHICH, CAUGHT AT THE FLOOD, LEADS ON TO FORTUNE.”
William Shakespeare

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Proton Technologies lab was toured today by a collection of senior politicians and government officials in Alberta. The tour included Robyn Luff, MLA Calgary-East and Michael Connolly, MLA, Calgary–Hawkwood.  Anne Mcgrath, Executive Director of the Premier’s office, was also in attendance. The tour was an opportunity for everyone to witness first hand the lab tests...
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Alberta becomes Home to a Research Team that Proposes to Pump Pure Hydrogen from Oil & Gas Reservoirs Proton Technologies Canada Inc., a young technology firm based in oil and gas-centric Calgary, has brought together a team of experts and academics to explore a unique new technology that promises to transform Canada’s oil and gas...
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Computer Simulations confirm the Economics of Extracting Pure Hydrogen directly from Petroleum Reservoirs Proton Technologies Canada Inc., a Calgary-based firm, has been working with the Gates Research Group at University of Calgary to explore the potential for converting various types of hydrocarbon reservoirs into productive and cost competitive hydrogen reservoirs. By looking at anomalies in...
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A Final U.S. Patent has been registered for extracting pure hydrogen from Hydrocarbons, directly inside the reservoirs Proton Technologies Canada Inc. announced today that after a full year of review and experimentation it has filed a Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) application, which encapsulated the original patent through the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO),...
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Specially designed membranes appear to function properly when operated at the high temperatures and pressures found inside fire-flooded oil reservoirs   (Technical Report now Available) With partial funding from the Western Canadian Innovations Office (WCIO), Proton Technologies Canada Inc. is conducting experiments on the first laboratory Hygenerator™ through the Gate Research Group at the University of...
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