• Biodiesel
  • Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)
  • Electric Vehicles (EVs)
  • Methanol (M85) - Flexible Fuel Vehicles
  • Gas-to-Liquid Fuels (natural gas to diesel fuel)
  • Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Vehicles
  • Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG / Propane)
  • LPG and CNG Conversions
  • Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs)

Biodiesel Vehicles

Energy Technology

  • Alternative Fuels
  • Batteries
  • Energy Policy
  • Energy Technology
  • Fossil Fuels
  • Fuel Cells
  • Petroleum
  • Solar Energy
  • Wind Energy

ACM FUEL, American-Canadian-Mexican fuel company, is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and HUBZone Small Business.


John M. Kocol is the inventor of Portable Kocol Coal to Oil & CO2 to Methanol Plants (TM). We will sell these amazing plants throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.


solar & geothermal-->1 ton of coal-->3 to 4 barrels of oil & CO2-->methanol

John M. Kocol will use commercialized Direct Coal Liquefaction (DCL) technology and commercialized CO2 to methanol technology in the United States, Canada and Northern Mexico to build his Kocol coal to oil plants that will also convert carbon dioxide to methanol. A Kocol coal to oil plant is revolutionary because of all the known coal to oil processes, including Fischer-Tropsch, a Kocol coal to oil plant yields 3 to 4 barrels of oil per 1 ton of coal, and a Kocol coal to oil plant also converts the carbon dioxide to methanol instead of using unsafe carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology. There are no other commercial coal to oil plants in the world that can yield 3 to 4 barrels of oil from only 1 ton of coal, and also convert the CO2 to methanol using solar and geothermal energy. 

The investment needed to build a Kocol coal to oil plant that can produce 20,000 barrels of crude oil per day that could go directly into a refinery is $2 Billion, and for an additional $100,000,000 John M. Kocol's team of chemists and engineers will convert the CO2 to methanol.


"With coal to oil, you're going backwards, with 
CO2 to methanol, you're going forward." 
Dr. Nathan Lewis's comments to John M. Kocol 
at the Harvard Club of Washington, 4/14/11

Coal to oil conversion is now going forward not backwards 
​By John M. Kocol, 12/4/11 

With Dr. Nathan Lewis's CO2 to methanol conversion technology [on April 12, 2012, Dr. George A. Olah, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1994, became the first person in the world to commercialize CO2 to methanol conversion] using artificial photosynthesis, coal to oil conversion will become very valuable not only from the oil that is produced from that process, but more importantly from the CO2 streams that are created by converting coal to oil. 

In my opinion, these carbon dioxide streams will become commodities greatly in demand. CO2 will be turned into methanol which is one of the cleanest fuels around. On the other hand, coal to oil conversion would be going backwards if the coal to oil industry decides against converting CO2 to methanol in favor of storing CO2 underground. This would be foolish. For what will we do when the CO2 begins to leak into our clean water supply and into the air? 


John M. Kocol, Founder & CEO 
ALM, Harvard University
BA, Eastern Connecticut State University
U.S. Army Medic, Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, TX 

U.S. Army Soldier, Fort Bliss, TX  

John M. Kocol is the Founder and CEO of Kocol LLC which is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and HUBZone Small Business. 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 constructing his coal to oil (CoalToOil.com) plants that will also convert the CO2 to methanol (CO2toMethanol.com). He'll then sell methanol (made from natural gas and CO2) at his ACM FUEL filling stations which will be located throughout America, Canada and Mexico. Energy independence will then result without making any significant changes to our energy infrastructure.