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GV Energy Inc. was formed to develop projects in the low environmental impact energy and chemical sectors.

GV Energy Inc. is particularly interested in the low emissions transportation fuel sub-sector. This allows GV Energy Inc.’s management and its consultants to bring their expertise developed in the conventional energy and clean fuel industries to the growing low emissions energy business.


Mission

GV Energy Inc.’s mission is to:

  1. Provide its customers with non-conventional fuels that can cost effectively replace petroleum based fuels;
  2. Achieve above average returns for its shareholders;
  3. Enable its customers to use fuels and chemicals that do not degrade the environment and have reduced life-cycle GHG production enabling them to meet government legislated environmental standards and corporate initiated environmental goals;
  4. Allow Public Stakeholders to meet their environmental goals by providing additional efficient pathways for compliance; and
  5. Operate in a socially responsible manner that includes minimal long-term adverse effects on the environment.

 

Core Principles

In addition to conducting business to minimize its environmental footprint, GV Energy Inc. has identified six (6) other core principles that form the framework for a successful non-conventional energy and chemical business:

  1. There can be no significant social costs (e.g. no diversion of food, displacement of people or deleterious land use changes or other adverse environmental impact) directly or indirectly attributable to a project;
  2. There must be long-term security of supply for the primary inputs;
  3. There can be no requirement for Precursory or Subsequent breakthrough technology;
  4. The end consumer must have long-term security of supply;
  5. The principal produced products must have multiple commercial uses; and
  6. Products must be deliverable to the customer using existing low cost delivery and storage infrastructure.

 

Core Competencies

GV Energy Inc.’s core competency is its experience in the conventional Canadian and international energy business. This experience encompasses “up-stream” production of natural gas and oil, natural gas processing, and “downstream” refining and product marketing. Management also has experience in the use of energy futures and energy related financial instruments to address future price risk.

The management of a business producing and marketing low emissions fuels is not materially different than the management of a conventional integrated energy business. The challenge lies in controlling the refining costs so the value of the energy produced generates adequate and sustainable profitability. Consequently, the low emissions fuel sector can benefit from the adaptive application of skills and knowledge developed in the conventional petroleum business.