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What is the DOE Waiting for? Affordable Deuterium-Hydrogen Fuel for Filipinos or Protect the Oligarchs?

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

acting workshop

Bongbong Marcos already said in 2013 that hydrogen is a highly flammable substance with zero carbon emission is already being used in Canada, the United States, Germany, and Sweden as fuel for cars, trucks, jet planes and other vehicles. Hydrogen as a fuel nowadays is processed from petroleum, natural gas, coal, or biomass. However, deuterium or heavy hydrogen is abundant in the Philippines. Now, Shell starts to promote its imported Hydrogen fuel. This is much more expensive than the local one because it is imported and the hydrogen is separated through electrolysis which is a costly process. Since the country’s deuterium is more than twice heavier than normal water, it sinks. In the process, oxygen separates from hydrogen when the pressure becomes about 10,000 psi or more. So, what’s the DOE waiting for?








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[VIDEO]: Hydrogen: the key technology of the future

Gasoline Resources are Dwindling

Ever since people first discovered the energy contained in the fuel, we have been thinking about how to use it efficiently. Progress does not only have a positive impact. Our thirst for energy and environmental footprint is increasing at the same time as resources are dwindling. This video explores the “first element”, the technology behind it and its possible applications on the road and beyond. This is now very alarming in ASEAN countries if not the world after Brunei hints that their oil wells are running dry.




Expensive Electrolysis Process Overseas

Once separated, hydrogen can be used along with oxygen from the air in a fuel cell to create electricity through an electrochemical process. Production. Hydrogen can be produced from diverse, domestic resources including fossil fuels, biomass, and water electrolysis with electricity. Electrolysis is the process of using electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen and is a promising option for hydrogen production from renewable resources. This can be very costly on top of the import duties and shipment costs.




Untapped Extreme Deuterium Advantage

Hydrogen exists only about one centimeter in every 3,000 meters deep water mass at the ocean floor. Deuterium is basically more than twice the weight of ordinary water. It normally sinks. So, oxygen separates automatically from hydrogen when the pressure reaches 10,000 psi. This vital natural gas is good as forgotten. The previous administration despite Bongbong Marcos’ plea.




Conflict of Interest

The oil and gas industry is a very high profile sector in the world economy. As early as now, we can already feel that there is some resistance to manufacture our own hydrogen fuel from countries who are pursuing their own products.  Sad to say that these business players may have some connections in the government that causes delay to Service Contract 64 since 2015 that covers the southern section of the Sulu Sea – East Palawan basins. So, what’s it going to be Department of Energy? Provide affordable and clean fuel to the people or protect the oligarchs?

http://www.new.carelinkwebpr.com/2018/03/chinese-filipino-consortium-are-drivers-of-deuterium-extraction-not-china/

http://www.new.carelinkwebpr.com/2018/03/anomalies-under-du30s-nose-bbms-protest-dpwhs-deuterium-delay/

Let’s use hydrogen fuel, senator tells gov’t

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Chinese-Filipino Consortium are Drivers of Deuterium Extraction – NOT China

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

acting workshop

Former Senator Bongbong Marcos recognizes the contribution of the Chinese-Filipino community in small and large scale businesses. He considers them as the drivers of the Philippine economy. Marcos reminds Filipinos that 40 years ago, his father already sees the potential of this sector of society in many areas thus the reason for his Amnesty for Illegal Aliens to be Filipino Citizens. Sure enough. While the anti-government politicians continue to politicize the South China Sea dispute, Chinese-Filipino gas and oil explorers are now ready to extract Deuterium deposits from the Cotabato and Sulu basins. The members of the consortium are all Filipinos with global ties. It only awaits the Extraction Permit from the Evaluation Section of the Department of Energy. This is a wake-up call for Filipinos to be aware that the vast resources of these hydrogen fuels are in the country.








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[VIDEO]: Bongbong Marcos Explains the Amnesty for Illegal Nationals to be Filipino Citizens

The Chinese-Filipino are Filipinos

On his speech, Bongbong Marcos discusses the importance of the Chinese- Filipinos not only in our economy but also in our history, our culture and all the parts of our everyday life. He recognizes his father’s wisdom when he declared amnesty 40 years ago as we can see now that the Chinese community has been an integral part of the Philippines today.




Amnesty for Illegal Nationals

Currently, Republic Act 7919 seeks to grant legal status to foreign nationals and their dependents illegally staying. They are the ones who have entered the country prior to June 30, 1992. They are given a resident certification of their registration as an alien living in the Philippines. Foreign nationals with permanent resident statuses are allowed to stay indefinitely in the country and enjoy the privileges of any Filipino citizen. That includes securing employment. Permanent residents, however, are not allowed to vote and own land. The late President introduced a number of significant bills when he was a Senator. Many of these bills found their way into the Republic statute books. His amnesty for illegal national paves the way for many Chinese residents to become full-pledged Filipinos.




Exploration Permit Approval

In the Filipino-Chinese consortium’s letter to President Rodrigo Du30, they seek the leader’s approval and endorsement. This is to pursue the oil and gas exploration and development of Cotabato and Sulu Basins. This is for the build, operate, and transfer which commences initially for operational, financing and purchasing of drilling equipment, operational budget, construction of refinery pipelines, and infrastructure for the two service contracts both offshore and onshore.




Deuterium Extraction Details

The offshore acquisition package costs 10 million USD and 500 million budget cost. The onshore acquisition package costs 12 million USD and 700 million budget allocation for drilling contractors for the said oil and gas exploration. Plus directly hiring highly qualified manpower to operate and manage the corporation in order to ensure a very efficient operation to achieve higher gains and early return of investments. The group vows to cater to local consumption initially for Filipinos to benefit from its low prices. Truly, the Chinese-Filipino consortium members are the drivers of Deuterium extraction. NOT China indeed.

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/03/23/asia/south-china-sea-us-drills-intl/index.html

http://www.new.carelinkwebpr.com/2018/03/anomalies-under-du30s-nose-bbms-protest-dpwhs-deuterium-delay/

Let’s use hydrogen fuel, senator tells gov’t

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Anomalies Under Du30’s Nose: BBM’s Protest & DPWH’s Deuterium Delay

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

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President Rodrigo Du30 as what Bongbong Marcos said is very determined to give the people not just a clean election but a corruption-free government. However, the current form of government allows some public officials to nurture their own interests. Take the case of the deuterium gas exploration. Since 2013, Marcos said that hydrogen as a fuel is processed from deuterium, or heavy hydrogen, which is abundant in the Philippines. His Senate Bill No. 408, or the proposed hydrogen research, promotion and development act, creates a hydrogen research and development center that “spearheads the development of hydrogen, which is the fuel of the future.” Well, the future is already here but for some reasons, delayed by people in authority.








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[VIDEO]: President Du30 is determined to have a clean election. Bongbong Marcos is saying that even the President believes that there are problems in the 2016 elections.

The Reality of a Vision

Marcos said previously that the volatility of oil price in the world market slows down the country’s efforts for a rapid economic growth. This is because the Philippines is highly dependent on oil imports. Under Marcos’ proposal, the hydrogen research and development center is under the Department of Science and Technology. The center spearheads the research, development, and use of hydrogen in the country. At the same time, it serves as the core network of foreign investment on the development and use of hydrogen.




The DOE Insight

The DOE insinuates that there are issues that slacken the exploration activity due to the economic and political crisis. However, DOE officials are positive with the current developments in the political scene like the change in administration. That enables the country to regain the confidence of investors and, thus, the economy is expected to soon recover.  Like Marcos, Du30 is very keen on oil and gas exploration. However, current corruption scandals affecting many public servants in the past administration made many officials very careful in money matters.




Joint Circular

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and Department of Energy (DOE) have a joint circular to provide uniform guidelines. This is for the payment and relocation of Electric Cooperative (EC) facilities affected by government projects. Although this is unrelated, it can follow the same structure that can explain the DPWH’s great involvement in oil and gas exploration compliance, which is key to realize the deuterium extraction project. Paper trails show that some vast amounts of funds are withheld at the DPWH that hampers the progress of the said project.




Deuterium Update

The Department of Energy starts to process the Exploration Service Contract 64 and the Cotabato basins in 2015. A list of requirements for the explorers’ strict compliance follows. However, there is some kind of hiccups in the DPWH department. They recently resort to seeking the President’s help in December 2017. Chief Presidential Legal Counsel, Salvador S. Panelo, immediately endorses the matter to Special Assistant to the President, Sec. Christopher Lawrence T. Go. Any words from the Department of Public Works Secretary Mark Villar?

https://www.philstar.com/business/2001/02/25/96231/doe-says-oil-and-gas-exploration-needs-investments

Let’s use hydrogen fuel, senator tells gov’t

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Deuterium Deposits: Enough Power to Boost the President’s Ego vs US?

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

A very large deposit of deuterium can be found in the Philippine Deep, located off the waters of Surigao – but a lot more within the West Philippine Sea.  First discovered and isolated in 1932 by an American chemist Harold Urey, deuterium or heavy water is composed of two isotopes of hydrogen and an oxygen atom, with a chemical formula of D20 or H30.  Initially, the Americans do not want the Philippines to deal with China for its exploration.




[VIDEO]: Vast Deuterium deposits from its discovery to its development with possible partners. Can Duterte’s attitude towards the US fueled by the confidence that Filipinos have an ACE card  with nature’s gift?


The Promise for the Future

Even in highly developed first world countries and the possible costs might be staggering, research on this opportunity is still worth investing in, considering the high stakes involved.  This program could propel the Philippines as the biggest hydrogen fuel (Li-Hy) producer in the world, and become the only fuel producer 40 to 50 years from now in an oil-depleted world economy.


America’s Dream

The United States of America once dreamed of sending a man to the moon.  Now it is history. What she did to pursue that dream made her the world’s most technologically advanced and economically prosperous nation. This could happen to the Philippines.


Hope for the Philippines

Once Deuterium exploration and extraction succeed, public works, private construction, economic and financial booms are expected to happen in the Philippines in the same manner as those which happened in the Middle East and financial centers of the world from 1974 to 1984, with everybody earning their respective comfortable livelihood, while pricing basic prime necessities at reasonable and affordable levels.


US’s Rivalry with China

Since the US and China are now competing with almost everything in the international scene, it is but natural for the Americans to feel bad if Philippines chooses to deal with China for the deuterium exploration. The US has been very confident that Filipinos will remain loyal to them. They have not realized that their part in former President Ferdinand Marcos’s downfall can go back to them at this time.


Duterte as Marcos Loyalist

In one of the interviews of Bongbong Marcos, the son of the late strongman, he mentioned the betrayal of the US to his father who thought that they were in friendly relations. Now, it looks like a Marcos loyalist in the person of President Duterte is here to avenge that.


Better Deuterium Deal

Is Duterte just bluffing the US to get a better deal when Deuterium exploration is predicted – or he is really serious in pushing through with China’s partnership?

http://money.cnn.com/technology/elonmusk/energy.html

http://deuteriumproject.blogspot.com/

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