NetworkNewsBreaks – Petroteq Energy Inc. (TSX.V: PQE) (OTC: PQEFF) Explains Innovative Heavy-Oil Recovery Process in Video Tour of Extraction Facility

Oil and gas industry technology innovator Petroteq Energy (TSX.V: PQE) (OTC: PQEFF) recently posted a video tour of its Utah extraction facility to describe the technology’s processes and potential. An article further discussing the video reads, “The ‘Follow the Molecule’ video invites those interested in Petroteq’s closed-loop, environmentally ‘clean’ surface-oil extraction technology to consider the simplicity of the company’s flagship strategy for processing bituminous asphalt sands, turning the contaminated soil into ‘a clean dirt,’ as PQEFF CEO David Sealock describes it (http://nnw.fm/D7k9G). . . . ‘I am delighted to be able to show our investors the results of the company’s efforts over the last two years. We believe we have achieved commercial operations, both in terms of plant run time and quality of the crude oil produced,’ Sealock stated in a news release (http://nnw.fm/F5r1j).”

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About Petroteq Energy Inc.

Petroteq is a fully integrated oil and gas company focused on the development and implementation of a new proprietary technology for oil extraction. The company has an environmentally safe and sustainable technology for the extraction of heavy oils from oil sands, oil shale deposits and shallow oil deposits. Petroteq is engaged in the development and implementation of its patented environmentally friendly, heavy-oil processing and extraction technologies. The company’s proprietary process produces zero greenhouse gas and zero waste, and requires no high temperatures. Petroteq is currently focused on developing its oil-sands resources and expanding production capacity at its Asphalt Ridge heavy-oil extraction and processing facility located near Vernal, Utah. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Petroteq.energy.

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