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March 26, 2014

Leaked Report: Corn Ethanol Hurts The Environment

Mint Press News: "At the OriginOil lab we have identified certain strains of algae, such as euglena, that are high-starch and can be easily fermented into alcohol."
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March 7, 2014

National Algae Association selects OriginOil harvester for its model algae demonstration site

BioBasedDigest: "...the National Algae Association has selected OriginOil’s entry-level algae harvester for its model demonstration site, which features best-of-breed algae production systems in permanent operation."
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March 4, 2014

OriginOil Demos Algae Harvester at NAA Center

Algae Industry Magazine: "he National Algae Association (NAA) has announced that the OriginOil Algae Harvester will be demonstrated on Fridays during the months of March and April for students, algaepreneurs, private industry and equipment lenders interested in learning about commercial algae production and harvesting technology."
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February 25, 2014

The 10 Hottest Trends in Algae

Biofuels Digest: "OriginOil announced that academic testing has verified its new Algae Screen growth optimizer effectively controls bacteria and microscopic predators in commercial algaeproduction, helping to promote high rates of cultivation of the most valuable species."
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February 13, 2014

OriginOil to Open Houston Office for Cleaning, Recycling Fracking Water

Rigzone: "There is a ready market for the water-handling industry in Texas. The oil and gas sector is one of the largest water users of any industry, Approximately 3 to 5 million gallons of fresh water are used to frack a well, according to OriginOil, and about 35,000 wells are fracked in the United States each year..."
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February 13, 2014

Water recycler to open Houston office

FuelFix: "Water recycler OriginOil, which signed its first deal last year to bring its technology into the oil field, plans to open a Houston office to help spread its technology, the company said."
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February 12, 2014

Chemical-free process cleans up water from fracking

The Denver Post: "A new technology being used to process water left over at the end of the fracking process could help save millions of gallons of water every year..."
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February 11, 2014

Houston attracts LA fracking-water cleanup company

Biz Journals: "...OriginOil Inc. is opening a satellite office in Houston's Energy Corridor. The California company's Petro division is focusing on water cleanup technology to recycle water from hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and much more."
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February 10, 2014

Thermal fish farm demonstrates ‘game-changing’ technology

myDesert.com: "The words "game-changing technology" and "fish farming" do not typically find themselves in the same sentence, let alone on 120 acres of desert farmland in the eastern Coachella Valley."
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January 30, 2014

Israeli technology firm intends to integrate OriginOils’ Electro Water Separation in its systems

BioBasedDigest: "...OriginOil announed that it will collaborate with Israel’s AquaGreen Fish Farms, Ltd to further streamline zero-discharge aquaculture systems for the production of chemical free seafood."
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