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About Haru Oni

We use state-of-the-art technology to harness the power of the winds in Magallanes to produce a carbon neutral eFuel.

Haru Oni is the first operating eFuels facility in the world. The plant uses renewable energy from the wind and a process called electrolysis to produce green hydrogen. The project captures CO2 from a biogenic source and use a process of synthesis to combine the CO2 and hydrogen to produce eFuels, including carbon neutral gasoline (eGasoline) and carbon neutral Liquefied Gas (eLG). The eFuel will create a way for existing infrastructure to become carbon neutral by continuously reusing and recycling the CO2.

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With the help of the wind. A wind as constant and unique as the one that blows in southern Chile. The wind will provide us with energy... the clean energy we need to make this happen.

Key Stats

US$74 million
Total Investment
3.7 Hectares
Plant Surface
130k L/yr
eFuel production
3.4 MW
Wind Turbine Capacity
1.2 MW
Electrolyzer Capacity
Tehuel Aike Estate. Punta Arenas, Magallanes Region.
Project Start
July 2021
First Fuel Delivery
December 2022

Project Companies

Research provider and committed to purchase eFuels produced by the project.

Plant design and plant integration. Development of the technical concept and the supply of the Power-to-Methanol portion of the facility.

Partner for wind generation and green hydrogen production at the plant.

Chilean state energy company, provides operational and logistics services.

Contributes with research and development in relation to the production of carbon neutral LPG.

The fluidized bed MTG technology with its unique MTG catalyst is licensed and supported by ExxonMobil.

HIF Global and its partners celebrate the first liters of synthetic fuels from Haru Oni, Chile

UMAG, HIF y GASCO firman convenio para desarrollo de laboratorio

Chile: Haru Oni, the first eFuels plant based on green hydrogen is approved