|21:48 15/05/2013||DJ interview with Roy|
| http://www.downstreamtoday.com/news/article.aspx?a_id=39520&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 By siegfried5
|19:18 10/05/2013||World XTL Summit|
| Jeff McDaniel is presenting on day 2 of this summit. Looks like an interesting programme.
20-22 May 2013
Royal Garden Hotel, London
Building Momentum in
Gas, Coal & Biomass to Liquids
http://www.cwcxtl.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/World-XTL-Summit-Programme.pdf By Bountyhunter79
|21:18 09/05/2013||California waste gasification demonstration project|
| Another potential project in the pipeline. Velocys is listed as a technology partner.
SacPort BioFuels will initially be a small waste gasification demonstration project in Sacramento, California showing how locally-generated, non-recyclable waste can be converted into locally-made, renewable fuel.
It is our hope through the support of project partners and local communities that SacPort BioFuels will be able to expand into a one-of-a-kind gasification facility demonstrating the wide-range of renewable and high-value products that can be converted from waste, such as electricity, hydrogen, ethanol, and more.
SacPort BioFuels, an affiliate of Sierra Energy, sees a need for alternative ways of approaching and thinking about waste disposal. Landfills, the conventional method, are both harmful to the environment and an inefficient use of our nations trash. Waste contains molecules that can be broken down and then reformed to create fuel, electricity, and more.
Velocys develops chemical hardware systems to solve the most daunting processing challenges of the chemical and energy industries. In 2008, Velocys became part of Oxford Catalysts Group, which designs and develops specialty catalysts for the generation of clean fuels from biomass and waste sources. Velocys develops microchannel-based technology that improves performance and significantly reduces costs for chemical operations, including FT renewable diesel production. Velocys has partnership agreements in place with Toyo Engineering, MODEC, SGC Energia, Petrobras, and PTT. Collectively, these companies have invested over $85 million over the last four years to jointly develop and demonstrate Velocyss microchannel fuel technologies. For this project, Velocys will provide its microchannel FT technology, product optimization, and quality control.
http://sacportbiofuels.com/technology/technology-partners/ By Bountyhunter79
|21:12 09/05/2013||New Youtube vid|
| Velocys: transforming natural gas
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_F8TRNU91o By Bountyhunter79
|17:08 09/05/2013||Interesting to see Velocys here... One to watch..|
| http://www.alternrg.com/our-strategy/competitive-advantage/ By investmaster
|13:52 09/05/2013||Demand for Lubricant Additives Market in the US set to soar|
| US Lubricant Additives Market
Published: Wednesday, May. 8, 2013 - 1:49 pm
NEW YORK, May 8, 2013 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: US Lubricant Additives Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p01171817/US-Lubricant-Additives-Market.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Fuel_Additive
US demand to reach 2.5 billion pounds in 2017 Demand for lubricant additives in the US is expected to increase to 2.4 billion pounds in 2017, valued at $3.8 billion, with growth resulting from rebounding lubricant production and modestly rising additive treat rates. Additives such as antioxidants and friction modifiers, which are capable of providing longer lubricant service life or fuel efficiency benefits, will see the strongest demand growth, while those such as antiwear and extreme pressure additives containing potentially undesirable chemistries will experience below average advances. OEM specifications for lubricant performance will continue to drive changes in formulations, with particular focus on lubricants' contribution to meeting fuel economy and emissions regulations leading to increased demands placed on related lubricant characteristics.
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/05/08/5405472/us-lubricant-additives-market.html#storylink=cpy By investmaster
|0:11 08/05/2013||Re: Australia|
| or straw and pigfood as we currently call it By icebear
|18:47 07/05/2013||Re: Australia|
| I agree on ethanol produced from grains, but IF cellulose digesters ever are made to be practical, that could mean ethanol from the waste products; such as stalks and cobs from maise. By i network
|18:25 07/05/2013||Re: Australia|
| i think thats unlikely; the jury is in on food to biofuel and its clearly been a disaster with the world crop prices so high people are now starving and the costs weren't viable which is why all the biofule guys have gone bust or down. its bad economics and bad morally to turn food into fuel. the argument on waste is different and thats a no-brainer By icebear
| http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/travel/fodder-for-fuel-brisbane-airport-seeks-alternative-20130507-2j5fu.html By investmaster
|2:09 04/05/2013||Re: Dublin Facility|
Sorry By investmaster
|19:20 03/05/2013||Re: Dublin Facility|
| I've just noticed the link at 17:20 is the same as the one in your post at 10:26..... so are we missing a different link?
|18:47 03/05/2013||Re: Dublin Facility|
| Dublin USA... By investmaster
|17:20 03/05/2013||Re: Dublin Facility|
| That is a good story and video investmaster..... but what is the relevance to Dublin? By DaveHughes
|15:17 03/05/2013||Speculative buy|
| OCG tipped by Redmayne Bentley in current edition of Share Spotlight http://www.shareworld.co.uk/index.php/share-spotlight/april-25-2013/
Says OCG is in a healthy position having successfully defended 7 patents in the US and attracted large customers. Although it does mention brokers reservations over adoption rates and commercialisation of OCGs technology.
RB rate them a speculative buy (price on publication 148.1)
Current price 141ish By theraysor