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Algae Production and Networking Workshop, NAA, Los Angeles, CA, January 30, 2012: OriginOil Senior Vice President of Technology Paul Reep discussed issues of fuel versus food grade algae, with their benefits and limitations.  He then presented an optimal process of converting algae into bio-crude  and drop-in fuels, and algae’s role in the DOE’s Uniform-Format Biomass Feedstock System.  Finally, he introduced the new OriginOil Algae Appliance, the entry level harvester for process development projects that accomplishes low energy, chemical free flocculation, removes of up to 95% of the water and compromises the algae cell walls.

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Pacific West Biomass, San Francisco, CA, January 16-18, 2012: OriginOil Senior Director of Product Engineering Bill Charneski discussed the strategies for the use of algae biomass and the optimal process of converting algae into bio-crude. He then discussed drop-in fuels and how algae was part of the DOE’s Uniform-Format Biomass Feedstock System.  Finally, he introduced the new OriginOil Algae Appliance™.

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Fourth World Algae Asia, Beijing, China, November 15-16, 2011: OriginOil Senior Director of Product Engineering Bill Charneski discussed the strategies for the use of algae biomass: fuel versus food grade with benefits and limitations.  He then discussed the optimal process of converting algae into bio-crude and drop-in fuels and how algae was part of the DOE’s Uniform-Format Biomass Feedstock System.  Finally, he introduced the new OriginOil Algae Appliance, the entry level harvester for process development projects that accomplishes low energy, chemical free flocculation, removal of up to 95% of the water and compromises the algae cell walls.

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ABO Summit 2011, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 27, 2011: OriginOil Senior Vice President of Technology Paul Reep reported on lessons learned by OriginOil in the field, the prospect of using algae for carbon capture, food dislocation caused by using food crops for fuel, and the progress and importance of multi-feedstock diversification strategies.

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WRA Biofuels 2011 Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, October 12-13, 2011: Speaking in plenary session, OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry identified serious dislocations caused by single-crop fuel policies and pointed to algae as a way to make crops and waste more sustainable. Eckelberry concluded that “In this zero-sum game, there can be only one winner. Food will always win, since biofuels can be replaced by fossil fuels.” He continued, “instead of waiting for algae to take over from existing biofuels, we should use it now to diversify feedstocks and increase their fuel value. Biofuels from algae can have a relatively high fuel efficiency ratio.”

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Rodman & Renshaw Global Investment Conference, New York, NY, September 12, 2011: CEO Riggs Eckelberry presented OriginOil at the Rodman & Renshaw Global Investment Conference 2011, held at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York. The briefing to institutional investors covered the company’s low-energy, chemical-free and high flow algae harvesting technology and its commercial development process.

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Algae World Australia, Townsville, Queensland, Australia, August 16, 2011 : OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry reported on algae for carbon capture, partnership and project at MBD Energy in Australia, moving from test phase to industrial phase, vendor integration, the new real-time control network (SCADA), focusing on Single Step Extraction™, defining a uniform intermediate feedstock – Algae Crude, and much more.

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3rd Algae World Summit, San Diego California, May 24, 2011: OriginOil Senior VP of Technology Paul Reep gave a case study of the harvesting project at MBD Energy in Australia, and reviewed the latest developments in harvesting and processing, with additional focus on food grade vs. fuels grade algae, biocrude and biochemicals, and the role of emissions regulation in driving algae expansion.

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European Algae Biomass Conference, London UK, April 27, 2011: OriginOil CEO, Riggs Eckelberry, presented on Developments in Algae Harvesting and Processing, with the following topics: OriginOil Single Step Extraction™, food grade vs. fuels grade algae, biocrude and biochemicals, and the role of emissions regulation in driving algae expansion.

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National Algae Association, New York, NY, March 28, 2011: OriginOil CEO, Riggs Eckelberry, announced OriginOil’s new “policy of seamless integration with other vendors” to NAA’s Algae Growing, Harvesting and Extraction Technologies Conference held at The New York Times Building in New York, New York.

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