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April 22, 2014

On the Move

Orange County Register: "OriginOil, a water-cleaning company based in Los Angeles, will supply Catalina Sea Ranch, an offshore shellfish ranch, with its electro water-separation algae Model 12 system."
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April 22, 2014

OriginOil, Catalina Sea Ranch to collaborate in research program

Biodiesel Magazine: "According to Catalina Sea Ranch, its operations will be monitored by leading institutions specializing in marine ecology and spatial planning. This will provide science-based data for evaluating any environmental and social impacts from the 100-acre shellfish ranch."
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April 22, 2014

OriginOil Launches EWS Petro U.S. Roadshow to Showcase Frack and Produced Water Cleanup System .

The Wall Street Journal: "Each OriginOil showcase focuses, first, on demonstrating EWS to potential licensees. It also provides a venue for regional officials to dialogue on crucial water issues."
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April 21, 2014

OriginOil’s harvesting tech announced as winner for the 2014 Transformative Technologies Award

Biofuels Digest: "The competition, held over the past two months, is the only set of awards entirely decided by the Digest’s online readers, who voted using social media."
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April 17, 2014

OriginOil partners with shellfish farmer

Seafoodsource: "Catalina Sea Ranch, which recently received permission for a 100-acre shellfish farm off the California coast, will be using a filtration system provided by OriginOil."
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April 17, 2014

ginOil, Catalina Sea Ranch Agree to Collaborative Research Program

Global Bioenergy Industry News: "OriginOil Inc., developer of Electro Water Separation™ (EWS), the high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, today announced that it recently agreed to a collaborative exchange of equipment and information with the Catalina Sea Ranch, the first offshore shellfish ranch in U.S. Federal waters."
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April 16, 2014

Origin Oil partners with Catalina Sea Ranch on water cleanup technology

Undercurrentnews: "Catalina Sea Ranch plans to use OriginOil to treat incoming seawater and harvest algae to feed its shellfish nursery and selective breeding program. EWS is a high speed process that cleans up large quantities of water without chemicals."
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April 16, 2014

Hydraulic Fracturing: Staying Afloat in Times of Tightening Water Supply

Rigzone: "Major energy companies have been active in other ways to help lessen the water problem.... OriginOil Inc. and others, drilling companies can formulate fracking water that is made with less or no fresh water, or that cleans up fracking water that can be reused."
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April 15, 2014

OriginOil partners to test algae feed for shellfish

Algae Industry Magazine: "OriginOil will provide its demonstration-scale EWS Algae Model 12 system to Catalina Sea Ranch to treat incoming seawater and harvest algae to feed its shellfish nursery and selective breeding program. Catalina Sea Ranch will provide independent data on the efficiency and use of the machine, and will give OriginOil access to its nursery for field research."
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April 15, 2014

OriginOil and Catalina Sea Ranch Agree to Collaborative Research Program .

Wall Street Journal: "OriginOil will provide its demonstration-scale EWS Algae Model 12 system to Catalina Sea Ranch, that will use it to treat incoming seawater and harvest algae to feed its shellfish nursery and selective breeding program."
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