Technology Development

Pursuing and Supporting New Energy Technologies

Technology development is the key to clean energy and reduced dependence on imported oil. This is an exciting time for new transportation energy technologies. Stillwater Associates looks for innovative solutions to transportation energy problems. We provide clients with new technologies the strategies they need to bring their solutions to market.

Many of our associates have personally been active in technology development and several of them hold patents in the transportation energy space. We have provided support on technology development projects in all areas of the downstream market. In the renewable fuels space, we have advised on cellulosic fuel refining projects and efforts to convert biomass to power. In the traditional fuels space, we have provided guidance on carbon capture and sequestration, upgrading refinery residual products, logistics software cloud solutions, and refinery enhancements to meet GHG reduction requirements.

Our clients include integrated oil and gas companies, renewable fuels start-ups, and alternative energy power companies. Our highly-experienced team provides innovators the strategies they need to solve the tough transportation energy problems.

Our experience runs deep

Our associates are innovators who have developed successful transportation fuels technologies. Our expertise coupled with real-world downstream experience creates competitive advantage for our clients.

Please contact us to learn more about our technology development services.

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