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Carbon Sciences Unveils New Website that Reflects Company’s Rapid Progress in Making Gasoline from Natural Gas

   
Santa Barbara, CA - April 27, 2011 - Carbon Sciences, Inc. (CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to make gasoline from natural gas, today introduced an updated website that reflects the company’s singular focus on transforming natural gas and carbon dioxide into gasoline and other liquid fuels for use in the current infrastructure. The website is designed to give investors, strategic partners and the general public a better understanding of Carbon Sciences’ recent technology developments, as well as the immediate market opportunity to make gasoline from natural gas.

Byron Elton, Carbon Sciences’ CEO, commented, “Carbon Sciences’ vision is to fuel our existing vehicles with cleaner transportation fuels made from abundant, affordable and domestically available natural gas and carbon dioxide. We’ve made significant progress and recruited industry-leading scientists from around the world to help advance our technology. The revised website describes how Carbon Sciences has gained momentum and accelerated the process towards engineering a commercial solution to our domestic fuel challenges.”

Carbon Sciences’ uses a proprietary and robust dry reforming catalyst that transforms methane from natural gas and carbon dioxide into a synthetic gas (syngas), a basic feedstock for producing gasoline and other liquid fuels using conventional gas-to-liquids (GTL) technology. Visit the updated Technology page here to learn more.

The website revision comes on the heels of a development agreement with Tulsa-based Emerging Fuels Technology. Recognized as one of the world's foremost authorities on gas-to-liquids technology, EFT is currently testing Carbon Sciences’ proprietary catalyst in a real-world commercial setting.

To learn more about the Carbon Sciences' breakthrough technology of making gasoline from natural gas, please visit http://www.carbonsciences.com.



Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2011


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