Domestic Synthetic Fuels intends to build a state-of-on the-art facility on industrial property in Point Pleasant in Mason County. The plant will turn coal and natural gas into high quality ultra-low sulfur diesel, jet fuel, gasoline and other value added products such as refrigerant grade ammonia, sulfur, and solid residue. The facility will bring proven technology from around the world to West Virginia, where it will be the first plant of its kind in the United States.
Similar processes have been known for 100 years, but the latest technology makes the process safer and more efficient than ever.
The process brings West Virginia's coal and natural gas resources together to create a product that allows for more energy independence.