Liquid Fuels


FDM sees the liquid fuels of Hydrogen, Methanol and Ammonia as the future of dense fuels for the ever-growing sustainable fuel needs of the 21st century economy.

These fuels are not new, but are finding their place in the fuel mix. These fuels are the building blocks for many industrial processes and products that we use everyday, and can also be used to store green energy produced from solar, wind and other green sources so that this energy can be easily transport to where it is needed.

Why Hydrogen?

Hydrogen is seen to be a leading fuel of the green economy. It is a dense fuel that can replace the current dense fossil fuels we currently use.
Why Methanol?
Methanol is a great store of energy and has numerous industrial uses.
Why Ammonia?

Ammonia is a great store of energy, especially hydrogen, and makes the storage and transport of hydrogen economical as it is currently transported and store worldwide now. Ammonia is also easy to covert to Hydrogen.

More information to come, FDM is currently evaluating a transaction in this space.