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Let's Build A Zero Pollution Engine


Our Company Is Born of Friendship

A few years ago, a Christ loving, US Navy trained engineer, Del Wolverton woke-up in the middle of the night after receiving a revelation about how to build a better internal combustion engine. He and his partner, Derek Bailey, had recently been playing chess and talking about climate change, and why the major engine makers could not make an engine that was more efficient and less polluting. Del jumped from his bed that night and drew his vision on a piece of paper. The next morning he called his long-time business partner about his revelation. "You with me on this, Del asked?". Derek says "if your vision was that clear we will make it happen! I'll fly right out."

The result. A patented masterpiece of internal combustion engine design brilliance that bears the two founders names - the WolvertonBailey Counterpoise Bi-Radial Engine.

Del's First Drawing:

WolvertonBailey Natural Gas Engines, LP

Our Vision

The Internal Combustion Engine Is No Longer A Big Emitter of Pollution

Our Mission

Build Low-Emission Liquefied Natural Gas Engines & Motors

Funded By A $50 Million Regulation A+ Public Offering


Near-Zero Emissions is the primary goal. We will build heavy-duty, low-emission, engines, primarily for trucks, followed by marine vessels, and piston aircraft, that exceed Paris Climate Accord guidelines for emissions from heavy-duty engines.

High MPG is the second design goal. The fuel savings improvement will help businesses quickly recover the cost of converting from dirty engines to clean WolvertonBailey engines regardless of new government regulations or incentives.


Heavy Engine Pollution is a Global Problem, And The Situation Is Critical

In The World’s Fastest Growing Economies

The Problem Our Technology Solves

Growing economies require more heavy engine use, which poses the dilemma to many governments of choosing whether to protect their economy or their environment.

India | Africa

In India the problem is so severe that the government has imposed a special tax on trucks to fight pollution.

China | Asia

A booming economy has resulted in a huge smog problem caused by factories and truck pollution. New laws and taxes are being imposed with no relief in sight.

Latin America | Mexico

Air pollution in urban areas of Brazil, Chile, and Mexico is primarily due to heavy industry and vehicle emissions. Over a quarter of the population in urban areas are exposed to levels that exceed WHO guidelines, causing significant health risks.

North America | Europe | Russia

The Paris Climate Accord includes goals and requirements specifically targeting heavy engines. Many states and cities in the U.S. and Europe have adopted emission reduction goals.

  • Big trucks are 7% of the fleet yet consume 29% of all fuel.
  • Big engine efficiency is currently only 5-6 MPG. The EPA has a 10-year goal of 8-10 MPG (a 40% improvement).
  • America's big truck fleet consumes about 2.9 million barrels of fuel each day & emits over 570 million metric tons of carbon dioxide each year. This is just the trucks, and only in America!


Why Not All-Electric Engines?

An all-electric solution to heavy engine pollution is 60-years in the future. Key issues retard a near-term solution.

Issue 1. There is no all-electric solution on the drawing board for heavy-duty engines. Today’s electric-vehicle revolution is about cars and light trucks, only.

Issue 2. Electric vehicles recharge on a grid that still relies primarily on fossil fuels. Until all power generation is green, electric vehicles are not zero-emission - they emit at the power source. Electric cars are estimated to have an 87 MPG.

Issue 3. Most electrical energy still comes from burning coal, peat, and oil. Even in California, a climate leader, 60% of electricity came from burning fossil fuels in 2016.

Issue 4. Today’s green energy is not commercially reliable. Sun and wind are not always on, and their generatedenergy is not easily stored for future use.

Issue 5. There are currently no lithium-ion battery packs commercially available that can reliably power a heavy engine.

Issue 6. Lithium and rare-earth metals use in battery packs are obtained from environment-destroying open-pit mines,and lithium is a Class 9 miscellaneous hazardous material under US regulations (40 CFR 173.21(c)[5])

A Near-Zero Emission Heavy-Duty Engine

Our Solution

Meet The E83 Counterpoise Bi-Radial Engine

The Engine That Puts All The Pieces Together

For a Near-Zero-Emission heavy engine solution


Our design combines a longer

power-stroke, with our patent-pending multi-spark header device, designed to ignite all of the fuel input, instantly, and improve combustion timing.


We use half the cylinders to

provide the same power. A 4-cylinder WolvertonBailey engine provides about the same power as a current 8-cylinder, and the engine weight is cut nearly in half, boosting overall efficiency.


Our design combines a longer

power-stroke, with our patent-pending multi-spark header device, designed to ignite all of the fuel input, instantly, and improve combustion timing.


We have a novel emission filter in development that will provide near-zero emissions to exhaust.

We Combine Our Superior Engine Design

With an optimal fuel for a near-zero pollution solution


Natural Gas


LNG packs more energy per kilogram, and is easier to burn than diesel fuel or even gasoline. The ratio of energy to weight rather than volume is important to the economics of vehicles.


LNG is primarily methane, a simple molecule with only one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms. The main products of combustion are carbon dioxide and water vapor, which are the same natural compounds that we exhale when we breathe and that plants need to grow. In contrast, oil-based fuels release significantly more particulates, complex molecules, and sulfur compounds associated with acid rain, and toxic carbon monoxide.


In contrast to oil or gasoline, if LNG ever spills on the ground it vaporizes quickly and leaves behind no residues. Spilled into water, it does not harm aquatic life or damage waterways in any way. For those who are opposed to all fossil fuels, LNG is readily produced from bio-methane. It does not need to be a fossil fuel at all, and can be renewable. Bio-LNG is perhaps the greenest and safest fuel available.


Natural gas is an abundant fuel in America, and many other parts of the world. The market price for natural gas is generally cheaper than diesel and gasoline. Cheaper fuel prices can aid companies in their efforts to convert from dirty engines to cleaner WolvertonBailey engines.

Imagine Combustion Engines That Don't Pollute

The WolvertonBailey E83 design is an amazing addition to the climate change debate. Put a WolvertonBailey E83- NG-400 (4-clyinder/ natural gas) into big engine vehicle and improve their efficiency from

5-6 MPG to 15-18 MPG. Assuming 25,000 miles of use per year, our engine eliminates 64,630 lbs of harmful emissions from entering our air, and will save the owner $11,667 dollars in fuel costs. In fact, we estimate that adopting the E83 as a standard in the nation's big engine fleet would keep 5.3 billion metric tons of CO2 pollution out of our atmosphere, over the next 10-years, in America alone. That's amazing.

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