The Green Chip Review "Gets" OriginOil
From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, July 21, 2009
The great news keeps piling on!
Yesterday, the influential Green Chip Review featured Exxon Mobil’s commitment to algae, saying “the company recently announced a $600 million foray into the sector. This is the equivalent of the queen’s blessing, the Midas touch. The king of energy is looking for successors.” You can view it here.
And what was the SINGLE company they spotlighted in the report? You guessed it. The newsletter’s author, Nick Hodge, profiled OriginOil as an “Algae Up-and-Comer”, saying “I don’t need to tell you about the profit implications of being the platform technology for an entire industry. And OriginOil is well on its way to establishing itself as such.”
Nick finished by saying: “Keep an eye out for this company as their technologies become ubiquitous and are adopted by biofuel producers worldwide. In the meantime, you can check out my interview with CEO of OriginOil Riggs Eckelberry in my new algae biofuel report.”
Now you can’t buy a recommendation in Green Chip. When they say something good, it’s what they really think. Not bad! I thought I would tell you.
Enjoy the rest of this hot week,
President & CEO
OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)
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