Thursday, January 05, 2006

BIOFUEL: The Future Begins Today



Consolidated Biofuels, Inc (OTC: CBIO)

CURRENTLY: $0.335 up 20%


We are putting READERS on HIGH_ALERT, put your sights on CBIO.Watch This one WEDNESDAY!!..
Trading at ONLY a QUARTER the gains could be Huge! * Act Now *
This one is poised for a HUGE BREAK OUT, because of the low price, and recent news. CBIO could be one of the 500_%_gainers !!!

This is just the start of a very aggressive IR campaign, we are told there are lots and lots of juicy news coming on this exciting company.



The United States consumes approximately 20 million barrels of oil a day, more than half of which is imported. Diesel fuel is America’s primary commercial fuel. Seventy percent of the nation’s goods are transported in diesel-powered vehicles.

. $70 per barrel oil slated to reach $100 per barrel in the near term

. Record high fuel pricing which is anticipated to remain for extended periods

. Reduction of refining capacity due to recent hurricanes and legislation

. Federal mandates requiring the use of alternative fuels, many specifically requiring biodiesel blends

Consolidated Biofuels is in the alternative fuels and energy field and is dedicated to a cleaner America by increasing the availability

of competitive biodiesel fuel nationwide and expanding the effort to reduce pollution caused by petroleum derived diesel fuels.

The National Biodiesel Board in a news release titled Biodiesel Production Soars stated that it "anticipates 75 million gallons of biodiesel production in 2005. That's three times the 25 million gallons produced just one year earlier."

What is biofuel?
Biofuel is the name of a clean burning alternative fuel, produced from domestic, renewable resources. Biofuel contains no petroleum, but it can be blended at any level with petroleum fuel to create a biofuel blend. It can be used in conventional heating equipment or diesel engines with no major modifications. Biofuel is simple to use, biodregadable, nontoxic, and essentially free of sulfur and aromatics.

Is biofuel used as pure fuel or is it blended with petroleum fuel?
Biofuel can be used as a pure fuel or blended with petroleum in any percentage. B20 (a blend of 20% biofuel with 80% petroleum fuel, by volume) has demonstrated significant environmental benefits.

How do biofuel emissions compare to petroleum fuel?
Biofuel is the only alternative fuel to have fully completed the health effects testing of the clean air act. The use of biofuel in a conventional heating system or diesel engine results in a substantial reduction of unburned hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and particulate matter compared to the emissions from heating oil or diesel fuel. In addition, the exhaust emissions of sulfur oxides and sulfates (major components in acid rain) from biofuel are essentially eliminated compared to heating oil or diesel fuel.

Can biofuel help mitigate “global warming”?
A 1998 biofuel lifecycle study, jointly sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Energy and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, concluded that biofuel reduces net co2 emissions by 78 % compared to petroleum fuels. This is due to biofuel’s closed carbon cycle. The co2 released into the atmosphere when biofuel is burned is recycled by growing plants, which are later processed into fuel.

Is biofuel safer than petroleum fuel?
Scientific research confirms that biofuel has a less harmful effect on human health than petroleum fuel. Biofuel emissions have decreased levels of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) and nitrited PAH compounds that have been identified as cancer causing compounds. Test results indicate that PAH compounds were reduced from 50% – 85%. Targeted nPAH compounds were reduced by 90%. Biofuel is non-toxic and biodegradable. In addition, the flash point (the temperature at which a fuel will ignite when exposed to a spark or flame) is 300 degrees Farenheit, well above petroleum fuel’s flashpoint of 125 degrees.


Core Ventures, LLC and Consolidated Biofuels Execute a Consulting and Management Agreement for 30 Million Gallon Biodiesel Plant
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 13, 2005--

Consolidated Biofuels, Inc. (OTC:CBIO), an alternative fuel producer, announced today that it has signed a consulting agreement with Core Ventures, LLC. Under the agreement, Core Ventures will supply experienced management to oversee the location, construction and operation of the Company's first biodiesel production facility. Core Ventures will also assist the Company in securing contracts for feedstock and chemical procurement; as well as contracts for sales of biodiesel and glycerin.

The first of six planned by the Company, each facility will utilize a proven continuous flow process that will enable the Company to be competitive with other larger facilities in the region. Consolidated is also investigating several other applicable technologies to improve efficiencies as well as exploring other feedstock sources to integrate into the new facilities.

Look for lots of very aggressive PR forthcoming on this company. This is the start of a very aggressive IR campaign. This could be the one for the NEW YEAR.

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What will Shell, Chevron and the other oil majors do as Biofuel becomes the preferred energy of choice?


Laurel Johnson said...

Thank you, Orikinla, for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I appreciate your kind words, although I can't be considered a "genius" on any level.

I checked several of your blogs. You have provided thought provoking information in interesting ways. BIOFUEL, in particular, is a topic our world powers would do well to consider.

Orikinla Osinachi. said...

Thanks Laurel Johnson,
There is a genius in everyone and as our Lord Jesus Christ said, let your light shine for the whole world to see and give glory to God.

I will support whatever is best for humanity. Biofuel and all.

God bless.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the informative piece on your blog. However my view of your write up is that it is very much over hyping of biofuels and it economic potentials to people( especially in Nigeria). Biofuel have so much potentials but its negative impact on the overall is not worth the hype you have attached to it. The impact of it on the climate, biodiversity and sustainable development inter alias have made it a very questionable sustainable alternative energy source. The economic benefits that you have highlighted might be true but the authenticity of your data I do question also. In the overall it is possible that biofuel will take its proper place (global) only if the second generation sources become more affordable. but on the nigerian issue, I think we should be more proactive about other issues which are very fundamental to the existence of the poor masses. The exploitation of biofuel will deny more people of food and make more opportuned greedy nigerians richer... Is that what you are advocating?

Ken IC