OriginOil Scales Up in Australia
Algae Industry Gets First Look at New OriginOil Technology
Townsville, North Queensland, Australia,17 August 2011: Delegates to the recent Algae World Australia conference toured OriginOil’s next-generation algae extraction technology at a university-staffed site featuring end to end algae production in North Queensland, Australia.
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After the conference, an OriginOil team traveled to Tarong Power Station, near Brisbane, where they paced the new industrial demonstration site that MBD is now building to capture flue-gas CO2 from the coal-fired power plant. MBD has already committed to large-scale OriginOil Single Step Extraction™ systems to harvest algae at the one hectare site.
Video: OriginOil Scales Up in Australia
VIDEO: OriginOil prepares for the industrial demonstration site at Tarong Power station, and presents to industry attendees at Algae World Australia 2011, with a site visit to MBD Energy’s end to end algae production site at James Cook University.
OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry spoke at the conference and chaired the first afternoon’s sessions. He joined the conference visitors in touring the test site, which is operated by OriginOil’s strategic partner, MBD Energy, Ltd. (MBD) on the James Cook University campus (JCU) in Townsville.
Video: Algae World Australia
VIDEO: An in-depth look at OriginOil’s fast-track commercialization process, its technical aspects, and the company’s strategic partnership with carbon capture pioneer MBD Energy, with commentary on the direction of the algae industry.
“We were incredibly impressed by the professionalism that the joint MBD and JCU team showed in putting on this site visit,” said Riggs Eckelberry, OriginOil CEO. “Next-generation algae production has been integrated into an end to end system for the first time, and we’re proud to be part of this effort.”
OriginOil looks forward to a continuing expansion of its Australia-based commercial initiatives.
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