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."
Seeking Alpha – November 13, 2009: "Although developing an economically viable process for refining oil from algae faces challenges on many fronts, interest (and investment) is growing."
Eurasian Chemical Market – November 11, 2009: "'As we learned at the United Nations back in June, Riggs Eckelberry addresses emerging green controversies very persuasively,' said Robson Mello, Secretary-General of the Intergovernmental Renewable Energy Organization."
B-Green Collaborative – November 10, 2009: "The B-GC had the opportunity to speak to Dr. Vikram Patterkine, Chief Scientist for the technology firm, OriginOil, to understand the technical challenges..."
B-Green Collaborative – November 10, 2009: "...from 1,200 to 90,000 gallons/acre/year. OriginOil has claimed the higher number
as they are developing a production process occurring in brewery size tanks with up to 45 growth layers..."
Greentech Media – November 9, 2009: "Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of Origin Oil
(OOIL.OB): 'Intensive industrial algae production may yield between 50-100,000 gals...'"
Fast Company – November 6, 2009: "...a few, including OriginOil, use LEDs to grow algae in the dark."
New York Times – November 2, 2009: "'We like LEDs because they're so efficient,' said Riggs Eckelberry, president and CEO of OriginOil Inc., a California-based company using LEDs to grow algae."
Biomass Products & Technology – November 2009: "The new Attached Growth System delivers scalability and throughput in an industrial process that delivers light more efficiently to grow algae for fuel and processing wastewater at the same time."