Oceanit thrives in the world of innovation where we can deliver a wide range of ideas, technologies and systems addressing challenges in the energy sector industry. We are consistently developing our technology for applications in the energy sector, delivering increased efficiency, productivity, safety, and profitability to our customers. For both fossil fuel energy sources and new, renewable energy sources, the Oceanit team is producing breakthrough science that can put us on the right track for a better future while making a significant impact today.

It is well understood that humanity needs to reduce greenhouse emissions to have a fighting chance at preventing catastrophic warming of the planet.  Oceanit believes sustainable and renewable energy sources must be the focus of our future. Solar, hydroelectric, wind, geothermal, and more are necessary for the long-term health of our planet and are committed to energy transformation and a carbon-free energy future. Yet, systemic change will not happen instantaneously; and adoption of renewable energy is not yet feasible in many places. However, we do not have to wait until renewables become more cost-effective to begin cutting carbon emissions. We can make an impact now.


Oceanit brings disruptive innovation to the entire energy space—from production and transmission to power generation and refining processes, and even water waste reduction and carbon capture—to improve the safety and efficiency of existing systems, enabling impactful emissions reductions right now.  Countries will continue to use fossil fuels for a significant portion of our energy generation for years to come. We cannot wait for a silver bullet. Oceanit is committed to continually improving energy; diving into the deep end of dirty energy as it is today and seeing through the entire process to make it what it ought to be.

Oceanit combines transdisciplinary thinking with fundamental science to provide smarter, greener technologies for energy efficiency. We develop advanced sensors, AI systems, communications tools, sensing materials, and stimuli-responsive nano-materials for diverse applications, improving and evolving how we think of energy.

Our objective is to clean up old generation technologies and bridge the gap to a future built upon renewable energy sources. Fortunately, in response to overwhelming evidence connecting human activity and fossil fuels to climate change, much of the world is turning its efforts towards renewable energy. We are committed to that direction, but can make a massive impact on how we generate energy today.  Oceanit is working across oil, coal, natural gas, solar, hydro, and wind power to benefit humans, society, and our planet.


Nano-coatings like Oceanit’s HeatX and HeatX+ can have an out-sized impact on greenhouse gas emissions today. Advanced AI and Machine Vision are being developed for more efficient oil & gas exploration and reduced environmental impact. High speed, subsea, wireless communications called ULTRA are being developed to alleviate the use of umbilicals criss-crossing our sea floors. Oceanit’s efforts in the energy sector span a vast array of technologies, expertise areas, and applications.

HeatX, specifically targeting ubiquitous equipment like heat exchangers and condensers, and implemented on a global scale could translate to a 1.45 billion metric tonne savings in CO2 emissions per year. Advanced materials and nano-treated surfaces would contribute to a 7-15% improvements in efficiency for power generation cycles, a huge benefit to the world and the operators of such facilities. Explore our technologies, products, and projects here.

Oceanit’s strategic direction is now pointing us to hydrogen, which has long been an elusive dream fuel for the energy sector. Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe and has the promise of becoming the fuel of the future for machines and systems—if it can be generated, transported, and stored efficiently and safely. Moreover, to limit climate change caused by the global rise of CO2 emissions, technologies built around sustainable fuels, like hydrogen, will be critical in helping the world achieve climate goals. As science and technology advances, what was once considered impossible, has become possible.