Clenergen Corporation has signed a Technical Agreement with Envergent Technologies, a Honeywell Subsidiary in Canada, to produce ASTM Standard Bio crude. The agreement also includes technology partnership for possible upgrade of Bio crude to Hydrocarbon Fuels (used as an additive to Jet Fuel, Gasoline and Diesel) using biomass wood chips produced from the cultivation of Marjestica , Beema Bamboo and Vaneshree. Envergent Technologies, a joint venture between Honeywell's UOP and Ensyn Corporation, is a provider of RTP(TM) Rapid Thermal Processing, for the conversion of biomass such as wood chips to Bio crude. Bio crude, a liquid biofuel, can be utilized as heating oil and a source of power for heavy equipment. The technical agreement envisages testing of Marjestica, Beema Bamboo and Vanshree, fast growing plant species identified by Clenergen Corporation, as sources of feedstock for converting wood chips to Bio crude. The high yield per acre biomass will reduce the cost of production significantly and is expected to produce the ‘Fuel Oil Substitute’ at costs that are at least 25% less than petroleum-derived fuel oils. The project will process 400 tonnes of wood chips per day and produce an estimated daily output of 250 tonnes of Bio crude. The project is scheduled for launch in the state of Tamil Nadu in India.