Success in Australia!
From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, December 10, 2010
Thank you for the overwhelming response to our Australian success! Yesterday was quite a day for us.
Scott Fraser joined me on MoneyTV to discuss the win. You can see yesterday’s show here.
CNET News called it: “A commercial pilot project for carbon sequestration and large-scale algae biofuel manufacturing”. (Article)
And that’s about right. Because our next phase with MBD Energy is to join them on their real-world trial using CO2 emissions from a large power plant in Queensland, Australia.
Thanks, too, for the good wishes for my panel discussion at the World Algae Congress in San Francisco, which went very well. And many of you joined me at yesterday’s Annual Cleantech Seminar in downtown Los Angeles. Great audience interaction for both panels!
Catch up soon.
Riggs and team
President & CEO
OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)
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