American Recycler – December 2009: "OriginOil, Inc., based in Los Angeles, is developing proprietary technologies to create innovative surface-mounted systems to treat wastewater and produce algae that would produce renewable oil."
MyTekLife Magazine – December 2009: "The concept of cultivating algae for oil has been a challenging task for chemists for various reasons, according to Eckelberry."
Biofuels Digest – November 30, 2009: "OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry observed that biofuels are being unfairly compared to 'other technologies that will take trillions of dollars and decades to put in place'."
Chicago Tribune – November 27, 2009: "Startups tend to hire in waves as they launch, said Riggs Eckelberry, chief executive of biofuels firm OriginOil Inc."
RTT Global Financial News – November 23, 2009: "Listeners may access the conference live via a web audio link at www.scotiacapital.com
. The conference will be archived on Scotia Capital's website for three months."
CNW Telbec – November 23, 2009: "Scotia Capitaux Inc. vous invite à participer à la diffusion Web de sa première conférence annuelle 'Bioenergy Day'..."
TheBioenergySite.com – November 18, 2009: "In a keynote speech on the first day of the Next Generation Biofuels Feedstocks USA conference he said that “We Know Nothing,” and that biofuels will explode just as the Internet did in 1994."
Biodiesel Magazine – November 18, 2009: "The biofuels industry is at the point where the Internet was in 1992, Ricks Eckelberry, CEO of OriginOil Inc. said in his remarks at the Next Generation Biofuels Feedstocks USA conference...."
Los Angeles Times – November 15, 2009: "'Just get into any company and get some experience on any level... Don't worry too much about whether the company is going to succeed or blow up, because all those people will create your network.' - Riggs Eckelberry"
Greentech Media – November 13, 2009: "Like OriginOil and some other companies, Ternion ultimately wants to sell equipment and/or algae feedstock rather than fuel."