Quantiam News

9 January 2018

Dec. 2017: Quantiam receives $500,000 grant from NRCan for conversion of CO2-to-Methanol Project

On December 15, 2017 Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre, Randy Boissonnault, on behalf of the Honourable Jim Carr, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, announced $22 million for seven clean technology projects for the oil and gas as well as the carbon capture, use and storage industries.

Quantiam receives $500,000 grant from Natural Resources Canada under the Clean Energy Innovation (CEI) program for conversion of COto Methanol project.

Quantiam Technologies Inc. was one of the seven innovative projects to receive funding under the CEI program, other companies include Husky Oil, Suncor Energy, Proton Technologies, Inventys Thermal Technologies, Carbon Upcycling Technologies, and Carbon Engineering.



7 March 2016

Mar. 2016:  Quantiam Consortium wins a $4.25M grant from SDTC for a $16.2M total CleanTech project.

Quantiam Consortium wins a $4.25M grant from SDTC ($16.2M total) to exploit Shale Gas economics for the Petrochemical sector producing Olefins (ethylene and propylene).

The Project aims to advance two new coating technologies for internal high temperature alloy tubulars used in Petrochemical furnace coils to manufacture olefins by steam hydrocarbon pyrolysis:

  1. An environmentally-friendly (lower energy and lower GHG emissions), novel Catalyst Coating technology for the Petrochemical sector exploiting new Shale Gas economics of low cost energy and low-cost feedstocks (ethane-propane-butane). The  new product targets the manufacture of olefins in High/Extreme severity operating regimes previously believed non-viable due to costs and extreme coke-make rates.  To meet Operating objectives, the new technology platform advances novel catalytic surfaces and targets energy and GHG emissions reductions per unit of olefin production of 10-14 %.
  2. A High/Extreme temperature inert internal tubular coating for those parts of a furnace operating circuit where a Catalyst Coating in (1) is not applicable or functional, and that can withstand internal tubular surface temperatures of up to 1,300°C attainable with air-based decoking, while retaining chemical inertness to filamentous (catalytic) coke-make after severe/extreme operational upsets. 


22 February 2016

Mar. 2016: Quantiam presents at Globe 2016 Conference

Quantiam Technologies Inc. is particpating on the panel for the Partnering Global Solutions conference held on March 2nd, 2016 in Vancouver.  



10 December 2015

Dec. 2015: Quantiam Expands Field Trials of its internally-coated wear-resistant tubulars

Quantiam expands field trials of its internally-coated wear-resistant tubulars for shale/tight oil production with retrofit in an additional 30 producing wells in the USA.


3 July 2015

April 2015: Quantiam installs 2 field trials of coated tubulars for Shale Oil production

Quantiam Completes installation of two field trials of new internally-coated wear-resistant tubulars for shale oil production.


15 September 2014

Sept. 2014: CCEMC Grand Challenge coverage in Oil Week

CCEMC Grand Challenge article published in Oil Week


15 April 2014

April 2014: Quantiam wins $500K grant in the CCEMC Carbon Grand Challenge

Quantiam Technologies Inc. wins $500K grant in the CCEMC Carbon Challenge to advance its technology: Methanol from Carbon Dioxide and Solar Hydrogen.


1 April 2014

April 2014: Quantiam presents its new O&G Internally-coated Tubulars Technology at SPE Workshop

Apr 2014: Quantiam presents its new O&G Internally-coated Tubulars Technology at SPE Workshop in Austin, TX


6 March 2014

Mar 2014: Canadian Clean Technology - Quantiam News Release

Quantiam Technologies is part of Canada’s $11 billion clean technology industry. An export driven industry that is changing Canada.

Export Revenues for Canadian Clean Technology Industry hit a Record $5.8 billion in 2012.


29 November 2013

Quantiam wins first round of CCEMC’s International $35M Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses