: Posted by: cjstocksup Date: Wednesday, May 06,
Posted by: cjstocksup Date: Wednesday, May 06, 2009 4:02:00 PM In reply to: General Grievous who wrote msg# 6366 Post # of 6367
It will gap and run tomorrow. Most of the float traded above .01.The float is tiny and alot of hares are still sitting in the .06 to .12 range. This stock can break .02 easy if we get MOMO like we had this Am. Todays news was huge for us.
News im Original - Das ist Zündstoff für einen gewaltigen Hype, den wir in den nächsten Tagen erleben werden! Greenshift ist aus der Historie heraus für extreme Volatiliät bekannt, aber das hier wird sich nachhaltig auf den Kurs auswirken, auch nach dem bevorstehenden Riesenhype.
Secretary Chu Announces Nearly $800 Million from Recovery Act to Accelerate Biofuels Research and Commercialization New green jobs a benefit of effort to end dependence on foreign oil
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? As part of the ongoing effort to increase the use of domestic renewable fuels, U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu today announced plans to provide $786.5 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to accelerate advanced biofuels research and development and to provide additional funding for commercial-scale biorefinery demonstration projects.
?Developing the next generation of biofuels is key to our effort to end our dependence on foreign oil and address the climate crisis -- while creating millions of new jobs that can't be outsourced,? Secretary Chu said. ?With American investment and ingenuity -- and resources grown right here at home -- we can lead the way toward a new green energy economy.?
The DOE biomass program will leverage DOE?s national laboratories, universities, and the private sector to help improve biofuels reliability and overcome key technical challenges, with the goal of creating third-generation biofuels like green gasoline, diesel, and jet fuels.
The $786.5 million in Recovery Act funding is a mix of new funding opportunities and additional funding for existing projects. It will be allocated across four main areas:
$480 million solicitation for integrated pilot- and demonstration-scale biorefineries
Projects selected under this Funding Opportunity Announcement will work to validate integrated biorefinery technologies that produce advanced biofuels, bioproducts, and heat and power in an integrated system, thus enabling private financing of commercial-scale replications.
DOE anticipates making 10 to 20 awards for refineries at various scales and designs, all to be operational in the next three years. The DOE funding ceiling is $25 million for pilot-scale projects and $50 million for demonstration scale projects.
These integrated biorefineries will reduce dependence on petroleum-based transportation fuels and chemicals. They will also facilitate the development of an "advanced biofuels" industry to meet the federal Renewable Fuel Standards.
$176.5 million for commercial-scale biorefinery projects
$176.5 million will be used to increase the federal funding ceiling on two or more demonstration- or commercial-scale biorefinery projects that were selected and awarded within the last two years.
The goal of these efforts is to reduce the risk of the development and deployment of these first-of-a-kind operations. These funds are expected to expedite the construction phase of these projects and ultimately accelerate the timeline for start up and commissioning.
$110 million for fundamental research in key program areas
The Biomass Program plans to use $110 million to support fundamental research in key program areas, distributed in the following manner:
o Expand the resources available for sustainability research through the Office of Science Bioenergy Research Centers and establish a user-facility/small-scale integrated pilot plant ($25 million); o Create an advanced research consortium to develop technologies and facilitate subsequent demonstration of infrastructure-compatible biofuels through a competitive solicitation ($35 million); and o Create an algal biofuels consortium to accelerate demonstration of algal biofuels through a competitive solicitation ($50 million).
This funding will help to develop cutting-edge conversion technologies, including generating more desirable catalysts, fuel-producing microbes, and feedstocks.
$20 million for ethanol research
The Biomass Program is planning to use $20 million of the Recovery Act funding in a competitive solicitation to achieve the following:
o Optimize flex-fuel vehicles operating on high octane E85 fuel (85 percent ethanol, 15 percent gasoline blend); o Evaluate the impact of higher ethanol blends in conventional vehicles; and o Upgrade existing refueling infrastructure to be compatible with fuels up to E85.
For more information on these and other Recovery Act related funding opportunities, visit energy.gov/recovery. Media contact(s): (202) 586-4940
Die US Regierung forciert die Forschung in Biokraftstoff! Mit fast 1 Mrd US$!! Und GERS ist dabei!!
: Zulassung durch d.US Patent-und Markenamt für GERS
In den News von gestern steht drin, dass das US Patent- und Markenamt Greenshifts Technologie-Patente zur Herstellung von Biokraftstoff zugelassen hat.
Die Technologie von Greenshift hat wohl signifikante Effizienz- und damit Wettbewerbsvorteile gegenüber anderen Technologien zur Erzeugung von Biokraftstoff beispielsweise aus Korn und erlaubt einen besseren Vergleich zwischen der Produktionstechnologie herkömmlicher fossiler Energieträger und Biokraftstoff.
Das ist das, was ich daraus verstehe.
Das was ich bis jetzt gelesen habe, bedeutet für GERS
a) einen Quantensprung, b) einen absoluten Technologievorsprung ggü Mitbewerbern, c) einen hervorragenden Vorteil bei der Zuweisung der gestern vom US-Energieministerium veröffentlichten Ankündigung, fast 1 Mrd. US$ in die weitere Erforschung und Förderung von Biokraftstoff zu investieren, d) nicht weniger, dass es zu einem der interessantesten Übernahmekandidaten im Biokraftstoff-Sektor empor geklommen ist
Alles in allem: Wahnsinn!!!
Gestern +184% unter Rekordvolumen: 128 Mio Stck. das sind rund 1 Mio USD an Umsatz.
: Die Technologie von GERS ist bahnbrechend
-die Technologie von GERS ist bahnbrechend -die Kommerzialisierung wird durch die Patentzulassung ermöglicht -die US Forschungsgelder werden der gesamten Branche zugute kommen, wenn es nur 3 mille für GERS wären, wären das rund 0,4% (!!) aller Fördergelder, also deutlich weniger als der durchschnittliche Anteil der 100 US Biokraftstoffhersteller. Damit ist die aktuelle MK absolut gerechtfertigt.
Alles was obendrauf auf die 0,105 noch kommt sind vorweggenommene Umsätze und Gewinne sowie letztendlich Kursfantasie.
Daher danke für Deine Hinweise, wir haben sie gelesen. Wir sollten alles sachlich diskutieren. Ich bin allerdings dahingehend bei Dir, dass man nicht über pari kaufen sollte, und ein Kauf in USA direkt macht auf Grund der Volatilität nur Sinn, denn ansonsten kann sich in Deutschland schnell ein Verlust von 50% auftürmen.
Ich trade und beobachte nun schon über 8 Jahre OTCBB-Werte und bin nach einigen eigenen Recherchen bei GERS der festen Überzeugung, dass 0,105 bei weitem noch nicht das Ende der Fahnenstange ist.
GreenShift's Corn Oil Extraction Technology Featured in U.S. EPA's Proposed Changes to Renewable Fuel Standard May 7, 2009 9:08:00 AM Copyright Business Wire 2009
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View Additional ProfilesNEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- GreenShift Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GERS) today announced that its proprietary corn oil extraction technologies have been included in the analyses completed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") on the contribution of corn ethanol to the renewable fuels industry.
GreenShift's corn oil extraction technologies make possible the production of biodiesel from inedible corn oil, a previously untapped feedstock entrained in the distillers' grain co-product of corn ethanol production. This increases the yield of biofuel from corn by 7% while reducing the amount of fossil fuels used in the corn ethanol production process by up to 10%.
On May 5, 2009, the EPA signed a notice of proposed rulemaking, Regulation of Fuels and Fuel Additives: Changes to Renewable Fuel Standard Program (the "RFS2 Program"), which was supported by a Draft Regulatory Impact Analysis ("DRIA") made available on the same date. These two documents were drafted to solicit comments pertaining to proposed new rules to increase requirements to use renewable fuels as an important part of the nation's transportation fuel supply. The EPA specifically refers to GreenShift's corn oil extraction technologies in the RFS2 notice and the DRIA:
-- "The corn oil process on which we have chosen to focus for cost and volume estimates in this proposal is one that extracts oil from the thin stillage after fermentation (the non-ethanol liquid material that typically becomes part of distillers' grains with solubles). We believe installation of this type of equipment will be attractive to industry because it can be added onto an existing dry mill plant and does not impact ethanol yields since it does not process the corn prior to fermentation." -- "According to economic analyses done by USDA based on the GS CleanTech [GreenShift's wholly-owned cleantech development subsidiary] corn oil extraction process, the capital cost to install the system for a 50 [million gallon per year] ethanol plant is approximately $6 million." -- "In an adjustment to the traditional dry mill ethanol process, corn oil is removed after the ethanol distillation process from the syrup using centrifuges. With this adjustment a 100 [million gallon per year] plant can produce an additional 7 million gallons of corn oil (biodiesel) and thus increase [an ethanol] plant's fuel production by 7%." -- "Depending on the configuration, such a system can extract 20-50% of the oil from the co-product streams, and produces a distressed corn oil (non-food-grade, with some free fatty acids and/or oxidation by-products) product stream which can be used as feedstock by biodiesel facilities." -- "In addition to generating an additional revenue stream from the fuel-grade corn oil, reducing the oil content of the [distillers' grain] improves its flowability and concentrates its protein content. The de-fatted [distillers' grain] is more marketable than [distillers' grain] containing corn oil as higher quantities can be included in dairy and beef cattle feed." -- "Furthermore, the deoiled [distillers' grain] is believed to be of higher value as a feed particularly for cattle operations and have lower energy requirements and VOC emissions during the [distillers' grain] drying process. GS CleanTech Corp. is currently implementing the process in 4 ethanol plants." -- "Since it offers another stream of revenue, we believe it is reasonable to expect about 40% of projected total ethanol production to implement some type of oil extraction process by 2022 generating approximately 150 million gallons per year of corn oil biofuel feedstock."
As an update to the EPA analysis, GreenShift now has five operating corn oil extraction facilities. In addition, GreenShift has proven that it can extract upwards of 6.5 gallons of previously unrecovered inedible crude corn oil from the distillers grain co-product of corn ethanol production for every 100 gallons of ethanol produced. This translates to a total market opportunity of 680 million gallons per year of inedible feedstock for conversion into advanced biofuel with the U.S. corn ethanol complex producing 10.5 billion gallons per year. 40% of the total market opened up by GreenShift's extraction technologies is about 270 million gallons per year. GreenShift has about 6% of this market today with its existing agreements to extract 40 million gallons per year of corn oil for refining into biodiesel or renewable diesel.
"GreenShift pioneered corn oil extraction technology," said David Winsness, GreenShift's Chief Technology Officer. "We have refined its value proposition to the corn ethanol industry with a substantial investment and a great deal of hard work. Our ambition is to build value for our shareholders by making a material positive contribution to U.S. renewable fuel production with our technologies. We are thankful and proud that the EPA has recognized the favorable contribution of corn oil extraction technology on corn ethanol production efficiencies and sustainability. We look forward to delivering the many benefits of corn oil extraction to our current and future ethanol clients."
GreenShift recently received Notices of Allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the first two of GreenShift's corn oil extraction patent applications.
GreenShift's technical services staff is available at 888-ETHANOIL or firstname.lastname@example.org to respond to quotation requests and to answer any questions about GreenShift's corn oil extraction and other technologies.
About GreenShift Corporation
GreenShift Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GERS) develops and commercializes clean technologies that facilitate the efficient use of natural resources. GreenShift's revenue model is based on the use of its proprietary technologies to become a leading producer of biomass-derived products, and to do so at reduced cost and risk by extracting and refining raw materials that other producers cannot access or process. Additional information is available online at www.greenshift.com.
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