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July 29, 2011

OriginOil Taps Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering for Algae Extraction System

Biofuels Digest: "PACE will assist in engineering the Tarong systems, and then develop a standard OriginOil modular system that can be combined to meet customer’s specific needs...."
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July 28, 2011

OriginOil Selects PACE to Rollout SSE

Algae Industry Magazine: "MBD has also ordered a smaller mobile system for the building stage at Tarong, which will also equip the early stages of future MBD algae carbon capture and recovery projects..."
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July 27, 2011

OriginOil Partners With PACE to Deploy Algae Extractors

NewNet: "US biofuel developer OriginOil has selected California-based Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering (PACE) to fast-track the rollout of its Single Step Extraction systems..."
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July 27, 2011

OriginOil Selects Award-Winning Engineering Firm for Product Rollout

CNBC: "PACE will help OriginOil engineer the Tarong systems, and quickly turn around a standard OriginOil commercial offering on modular sizes that customers can easily combine to meet any scale of harvesting requirement..."
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July 22, 2011

OriginOil Announces Reverse Stock Split

Algae Industry Magazine: "OriginOil has announced a 1-for-30 reverse stock split in order to meet one of the requirements for graduating to a senior US exchange..."
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July 19, 2011

Green Algae Meets Dirty Coal for Carbon Capture

Triple Pundit: "An unlikely marriage of algae and coal-plants could become a reality through a company called OriginOil..."
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July 18, 2011

Technology Against Pollution

Istoe Dinheiro: "Coal is one of the worst culprits of global warming....As its use should not be abandoned in the short term, several companies are studying ways to make it less polluting. Who went ahead, it seems, was the American OriginOil..."
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July 13, 2011

Feed Me With CO2

AOL Energy: "In an interview with AOL Energy, OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry said that with its high consumption of CO2--it takes two tons of carbon dioxide to feed one ton of algae--the green species can be a major asset in the effort to curb carbon emissions."
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July 13, 2011

Green Oil?

AOL Energy: "This video shows algae, which eats carbon dioxide and excretes oil, in action. Over time, the biomass falls away to the bottom and leaves the oil at the top."
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July 8, 2011

OriginOil Secures First Institutional Financing

Biofuels Digest: "In California, OriginOil has entered into a definitive convertible notes purchase agreement with institutional investors for an aggregate purchase price of $1 million...."
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