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ClearSign receives additional technology order from Aera Energy

SEATTLE -- ClearSign Combustion Corporation, a provider of industrial combustion technologies that help reduce emissions and improve efficiency, announced an additional order from Aera Energy LLC, targeting lower emissions for units firing a combination of natural and low BTU oil field produced waste gas.

ClearSign's Duplex technology, already in use with enclosed well-head flares which use oil field waste gas exclusively, is targeting sub 5ppm NOx for the project generator, below the current regulatory emission NOx limit of 6ppm. ClearSign's Duplex retrofit technology goal is to achieve ultra-low emission performance without the use of inefficient flue gas recirculation (FGR), reagents or catalysts.

"We are pleased that Aera Energy has the continued confidence in ClearSign's technology to once again place an order for our Duplex technology for their OTSG units," said Steve Pirnat, Chairman and CEO of ClearSign Combustion Corporation.   


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