A Shocking Photo: “Sully” Sullivan is amazed by a “before and after” photo with very dirty fish farm water on the right, and crystalline water on the left. CEO Riggs Eckelberry shows off the Facebook photo album, of the OriginOil lab crew after yesterday’s successful test of the aquaculture prototype, now set for a field test in early June. And Sully reports on the Wall Street Journal news that OriginOil has retained Merriman Capital for strategic market advisory services
It took algae four years and oil and gas one year, now aquaculture prospects have opened up just six weeks since we first started building the first prototype, says CEO Riggs Eckelberry. And the promise is that our latest breakthroughs will get us into more industries, from nuclear to agriculture to industrial
Remember the DOE? We just built and delivered a lab-scale algae growing and harvesting system that DOE’s INL will use to produce algal biomass. CEO Riggs Eckelberry reports on the progress following this week’s “Pay By The Gallon” announcement and the organization going into three separate business units
Astaxanthin story makes page one on Biofuels Digest! And CEO Riggs Eckelberry reports on the growing pressure on fracking due to problems with water usage and the “treadmill” effect of shale exploration
Oprah’s Dr. Oz Can made Astaxanthin famous, and sparked a worldwide gold rush. But it’s a troublesome algae, difficult to harvest. Can OriginOil help? Find out on this CEO Update
Could severe water shortages short-circuit the US shale gas boom? CEO Riggs Eckelberry reports on a huge problem which is a major concern to oil and gas investors, and discusses the company’s breakthrough “99.9%” announcement on the Big Biz Show. He also reports on the creation of an OriginOil showcase in Paris, and explains how there is an immediate $5 million sales opportunity in Algae Appliance sales worldwide
OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry announces that Buyins.net has initiated coverage of potential illegal and manipulative trading of OOIL shares; discusses the new positioning of the company’s technology in a radio/TV interview; and discusses last week’s success at the European Algae Biomass conference
CEO Riggs Eckelberry is expecting a significant commercial development in the Bakken Formation, new independent testing fully validates earlier results, and he appears today on the Big Biz show, syndicated to 150 AM radio stations across the country and 35 million cable television homes. Meanwhile Jose Sanchez is in Vienna, where he will speak at the European Algae Biomass 2013 conference tomorrow. And co-inventor Nicholas Eckelberry’s next major paper will show how OriginOil removes a major limitation to algae production the world over.
Big news from the Texas legislature, with a proposed tax on frack water; while Jose Sanchez continues to shuttle like Henry Kissinger after a standout performance at the National Algae Association. Next stop, Europe, where he will speak in Vienna, then to Paris to develop our first waste water prototype. Finally, he and co-founder Nicholas will travel to Singapore to install our first Algae Appliance there, and pioneer the aquaculture application. Next week: the $5 million initial sales opportunity in algae.
The intense commercial interest in the Algae Appliance™ has Jose Sanchez shuttling like Henry A. Kissinger. Co-founder Nicholas Eckelberry makes a sale – with a single jar of algae paste. Next up: fixing the fish farming’s industry’s enormous problems with ammonia and bacteria contamination.
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