How Petroteq Energy Inc. (TSX.V: PQE) (OTC: PQEFF) is Revolutionizing the Heavy Oil Recovery Process

Petroteq Energy’s proprietary Clean Oil Recovery Technology (CORT) can extract up to 99 percent of crude oil and produces no waste or greenhouse emissions CORT licensing is seen as a future line of growth for Petroteq The company announced that it has received positive lab results regarding the recovery of oil from international ore samples The company recently sealed a major licensing agreement with Texas energy company Valkor

Petroteq Energy Inc. (TSX.V: PQE) (OTC: PQEFF) is revolutionizing the heavy oil recovery process through its clean, closed-loop technology that’s capable of extracting fuel from sands and returning the cleaned sands back to the earth.

The proprietary mechanism is called Clean Oil Recovery Technology (CORT). The technology was developed for surface tar-sand extraction, and it is suitable for all hydrocarbon deposits. The patented 14-stage process can extract up to 99 percent of crude oil and…

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