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GDiesel Designated Alternative Fuel in Nevada

September 03, 2010

RENO, NV - The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) has designated GDiesel, manufactured by Advanced Refining Concepts, LLC, (ARC), as an alternative fuel in Nevada's Alternative Fueled Vehicles in Fleets program, according to ARC.

GDiesel, which combines conventional ultra-low sulfur diesel with natural gas, is developed through ARC's proprietary process called ClearRefining. GDiesel contains low sulfur and mineral contaminants and requires no modifications to engines or vehicles for use.

"This designation from the NDEP allows government fleet operators in Nevada to consider GDiesel as part of their fuel strategy," said Peter Gunnerman, co-founder and director of Advanced Refining Concepts.

GDiesel is currently being sold through five local and regional Nevada distributors.

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