OriginOil in the News
The Green Economy – September 20, 2012: "RITB, a long-time Japanese research partner with algae technology firm OriginOil, Inc. located in Los Angeles, said it has plans to use the grant money and funding from private investors to deploy the OriginOil algae harvesting technology at up to 100 sites..."
Algae Industry Magazine – September 14, 2012: "...“Cleanup firms can integrate seamlessly into their systems and under their own brand. We see this as the way to distribute our breakthrough process in the shortest possible time.”..."
Zacks Research – September 13, 2012: "This type of business may be the largest generator of revenue to OriginOil since the potential market for such systems could approach a trillion dollars per year..."
Oil & Gas Eurasia – September 13, 2012: "...to license its proprietary CLEAN-FRAC™ process under private label to firms offering oil and gas water treatment solutions, in a first deployment of the “Powered by OriginOil™” brand. Design integration has begun with a first prospective licensee..."
Unconventional Oil & Gas Center – September 12, 2012: "OriginOil’s process is based on the company’s Solids Out of Solution™ technology that efficiently removes oils, suspended solids, insoluble organics and bacteria from produced or ‘frac flowback’ water, on a continuous flow basis and without the use of chemicals..."
Oil Voice – September 12, 2012: "Under a typical private label scenario, OriginOil might grant a non-exclusive license to bundle OriginOil’s high-speed and chemical-free CLEAN-FRAC technology into a licensee’s frack water cleanup system, with royalties derived from a share of revenues..."
Sunday Observer – September 9, 2012: "Bred in flat panel photobioreactors (PBRs - enclosed containers to minimise contaminants) on the roof and the sides of the building, and nourished on the impurities from the toilets, his beloved algae will turn the waste back to pure water..."
Finding Petroleum – September 6, 2012: "It can be used for cleaning frack water (water used for hydraulic fracturing of wells), or produced water (water which is produced from an oil well)... The technology was originally developed by OriginOil as a means of separating microscopic algae from water - enabling producers to create an algae biofuel and chemicals which can be used as petroleum substitutes..."
Biofuels International – September 5, 2012: "US-based energy extraction company OriginOil and the Research Institute of Tsukuba Biotech (RITB) have confirmed the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries grant will go towards building 1-ac sites for the production of biofuels using algae."
Renewable Energy Focus – September 5, 2012: "The Japanese government has made the development of renewable energy a top priority following the Fukushima disaster in March 2011. Its Fiscal Year 2013 budget has allocated “limitless reconstruction expenses”..."
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