Kocol American-Canadian-Mexican Energy Independence Plan
John M. Kocol seeks American, Canadian and Mexican energy independence via financial banking ideas about integrating the American and Mexican banking systems (now the American, Canadian and Mexican energy systems) from his ALM Harvard Master's Thesis: "Federal Reserve Expansion in Mexico," Dr. John Womack Jr. was Thesis Director, by manufacturing his Portable Karrick & Fischer-Tropsch Coal to Oil Plants (TM) that'll convert CO2 to methanol; American, Canadian and Mexican energy independence will result without making significant changes to our energy infrastructure.
Kocol Coal to Oil Plants (no longer applicable)
solar & hydroelectricity-->1 ton of coal-->3 to 4 barrels of oil & CO2-->methanol
A Kocol Coal to Oil plant is revolutionary because of all the known coal to oil (liquids) processes on the market, including Fischer-Tropsch, a Kocol Coal to Oil plant yields 3 to 4 barrels of oil per 1 ton of coal, and also converts the CO2 to methanol.
A Kocol Coal to Oil plant uses commercialized DCL technology that is producing petroleum from coal. It can manufacture 100,000 barrels per day (BPD). The investment needed to build a Kocol Coal to Oil plant that can produce 100,000 BPD is $5,000,000,000, for an additional $40,000,000, John M. Kocol's team of chemical engineers will also convert the CO2 to methanol.