Wednesday, August 24, 2011

An Additive Presentation

This presentation was given at the Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo in 2011 and provides an overview of corn oil extraction optimization.  (NALCO - an additive to support corn oil extraction)

See Here (Once at the link, move down to see presentation)

SkunK

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

OK....i admit...this R/S has me extremely stressed...just no way to determine if price per share collapses or not....it is decision point....

larry

Anonymous said...

I think that if we see the share price move up even a little to .0003 or .0004 before the r/s we will be ok however if we see it doing what it has done for the last year just bouncing between .0001 and .0002 then it will collapse.....not to mention there has been more dilution in the past week or two

Anonymous said...

I think YAGI is the wild card selling shares pre and post split. I have core holdings, but will not buy any more until i see what happens post-split. YAGI is causing a lot of problems, IMO

Anonymous said...

WOAH, Dilution now may be a good thing. It could indicate an expected positive outlook from Markman Hearing and anticipation of landfall profits.

Slashnuts said...

Interesting presentation.

But yet Advanced Bioenergy stated they're getting their desired oil yields without the use of additives because they're using the superior Alfa-Laval disk stack.

I think the additives are worth it if knock-off equipment is being used. With Greenshift's system of choice, yields are higher, there's less down time and additives aren't cost effective/needed.

That's why producers that do their homework are learning that more money can be made, even after royaltys, with the use of a legal system.

That's why the industry is turning to Greenshift.

Lambertus said...

I do not believe it's a concurrent but an addition.
So combined with GERS it's really still cost effective (less of course then with icm for example).

At the same time I've seen some posts whom declared that the additional oil thus generated would contribute to GERS, NOT TRUE.

Anonymous said...

Lamburtus, What is your evidence of this. Do you have an inside track?

Slashnuts said...

It's not the inventor/patent holders fault if a producer is using an inferior centrifuge, getting subpar yields, and needing the addition of an additive. The truth is, additive or not, the methods of recovering oil from stillage are still being practiced.

Anonymous said...

Amen.

Skribe said...

Right, all who use the method should follow the law, license with the patent holder, the inventors and pay the royalty.

Skribe said...

It's amazing how blatant the infringing is and how full of BS their whole defense argument against GERS is, and how long it drags on.

nobody12378 said...

I am starting to think that we will not hear anything about the Markman Hearing until the filing in November. If that is correct it will mean that the hearing result was procedural only, setting the guidelines for the trial for some time in the future. There is nothing on the ICM site, nor the GERS site. One would conclude that either would have banners proclaiming an important outcome if one had occurred. There is nothing noted any where in the Indianapolis Star for the past week and that paper does cover the courts. So, it must have been a "yawner" with only procedural results. It looks like we will have very little to buoy the PPS post R/S and people are being wise to conserve their resources for the post R/S buying opportunity.

nobody12378 said...

A good discussion of Markman Hearings can be found at http://www.finnegan.com/resources/articles/articlesdetail.aspx?news=e3962a13-b898-4102-8fca-171c656a6ed2

 
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