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GenOil, Inc. (GNOLF) Gets Certification for Its Oil-Water Separator

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GenOil, Inc. is a Canadian engineering technology company. It offers an array of clean tech petroleum-related technologies, including: water purification, well testing, sand cleaning, oil upgrading and recycling, hydrogen generation centrifuge, carbon reduction and desulfurization.

The company announced today that it has achieved the ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) certification for all models of its Crystal Sea oil water separator. This is in addition to obtaining the U.S. Coast Guard/IMO MEPC 107 49 certification for Crystal 30 and MU 40 of 5 m3/h and 10 m3/h.

Genoil’s Crystal Sea separators are state-of-the-art bilge separators that have been certified by the U.S. Coast Guard in accordance with the International Maritime Organization Resolution MEPC 107 (49). The separators utilize a patented, unique gravity-driven process for multi-stage separation of immiscible phases with different densities.

Crystal Sea separators do not require a filter medium, making it possible for customers to significantly reduce their cost of ownership by eliminating the need to purchase expensive replacement filters required by competing water separation products. The company’s testing of the Separator continues aboard a 2 million barrel VLCC oil tanker.

Genoil has also filed for a license to build upgraders and water treatment facilities in Abu Dhabi as part of its plan to expand its business in the United Arab Emirates. For additional information about Genoil and its clean tech products, please visit the company’s website at

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