Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Add the '517

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Also Here

The samples above give you the basic formats that were directed at each defendant.  Each defendant got one of these directed at them. 

Rather than list all of them - I posted these three as samples/examples. 

SkunK


67 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would i be wrong by thinking that since the 517 patent is now asserted to Flottweg and United Wisc Grain Producers, that the rest of the infringers may have settled? What about ICM? Jeff

Anonymous said...

CleanTech's motion to add a similar patent, U.S. Pat. No. 8,283,484, which issued October 9, 2012, is currently pending.

Anonymous said...

BLAH...BLAH>>> More of the same different day.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

NASCAR: Sunoco's Green E15 Fuels Every Lap

The next time you see a NASCAR race, remember that Greenshift is involved in making every gallon of Sunoco's Green E15 a little greener.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKSFqVN6EVo

Sunoco's Green E15 runs the NASCAR races and this big oil company is licensed with GERS.

http://www.greenshift.com/photos/phpslideshow.php?directory=sunoco&mode=1
Here's a slideshow of Greenshift's corn oil extraction system inside Sunoco's (SXL) Green E15 ethanol plant.
I especially enjoy the Greenshift logo on the equipment in slide 3.

Greenshift licenses it's patents to Sunoco.
http://www.greenshift.com/news.php?id=279

Sunoco additionally awarded GreenShift the construction project to design and install the equipment.

“We selected GreenShift to be our technology provider after extensive review,” added Gary Center, Fulton ethanol facility manager at Sunoco. “The ability to extract corn oil to sell to third parties will provide a positive economic impact at the plant.”

“GreenShift is very pleased to be working with Sunoco; throughout the entire process Sunoco demanded the very best, and we are pleased that we were able to deliver,” added Edward Carroll, GreenShift’s President.

About Sunoco, Inc.

Sunoco (SXL) is a leading transportation fuel provider with operations located primarily in the East Coast and Midwest regions of the United States. The company sells transportation fuels through more than 4,900 branded retail locations in 23 states. APlus convenience stores are operated by the company or independent dealers in more than 600 retail locations. The retail network in the Northeast is principally supplied by Sunoco-owned refineries with a combined crude oil processing capacity of 505,000 barrels per day.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$

Slashnuts said...

NASCAR: Sunoco's Green E15 Fuels Every Lap

The next time you see a NASCAR race, remember that Greenshift is involved in making every gallon of Sunoco's Green E15 a little greener.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKSFqVN6EVo

Sunoco's Green E15 runs the NASCAR races and this big oil company is licensed with GERS.

http://www.greenshift.com/photos/phpslideshow.php?directory=sunoco&mode=1
Here's a slideshow of Greenshift's corn oil extraction system inside Sunoco's (SXL) Green E15 ethanol plant.
I especially enjoy the Greenshift logo on the equipment in slide 3.

Greenshift licenses it's patents to Sunoco.
http://www.greenshift.com/news.php?id=279

Sunoco additionally awarded GreenShift the construction project to design and install the equipment.

“We selected GreenShift to be our technology provider after extensive review,” added Gary Center, Fulton ethanol facility manager at Sunoco. “The ability to extract corn oil to sell to third parties will provide a positive economic impact at the plant.”

“GreenShift is very pleased to be working with Sunoco; throughout the entire process Sunoco demanded the very best, and we are pleased that we were able to deliver,” added Edward Carroll, GreenShift’s President.

About Sunoco, Inc.

Sunoco (SXL) is a leading transportation fuel provider with operations located primarily in the East Coast and Midwest regions of the United States. The company sells transportation fuels through more than 4,900 branded retail locations in 23 states. APlus convenience stores are operated by the company or independent dealers in more than 600 retail locations. The retail network in the Northeast is principally supplied by Sunoco-owned refineries with a combined crude oil processing capacity of 505,000 barrels per day.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$

nobody12378 said...

That's not news it is two years old. How about information on NEW licenses from the pool of potential clients?

http://www.nascar.com/2010/news/business/10/16/nascar-ethanol-fuel-in-2011/index.html

Anonymous said...

I assure you that Greenshit has nothing to do with amount of ethanol that is produced at Sunoco. So to make that leap to NASCAR is even a bigger stretch...pump and dump baby....pump and dump!

Slashnuts said...

Does Anybody Speak German?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJCC76sZlek

This is the best Zeropoint video I've seen to date.

Remember, Greenshift owns part of Zeropoint. Zeropoint recently teamed up with Allied Resource Group/Envirotherm. These large companies have the resources to move the next of 8 of these projects forward.

Greenshift owns the exclusive rights to this patented technology in North America and it sounds like this is where the focus is turning to.

I believe the North American projects have been identified and construction is set to begin.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$

Slashnuts said...

Adkins Motion To Stay Summary Judgement DENIED

GERS filed a motion for summary judgement against Adkins, as well as others. Adkins filed a motion to stop (stay) this until after Adkins' counterclaims were decided. Adkins said that in the event the motion to stay was DENIED that they should be granted an extension of time to repond to GERS' motion for summary judgement until, November 15. GERS agreed to this.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_ch8gAs4lCcV0lZVVdmMHNHbzA/edit?pli=1

The court DENIED Adkins motion to stay and granted them time to respond...https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_ch8gAs4lCcZUdsUWw1S25McnM/edit?pli=1

The stipulated motion for extension of time to repond to GERS' motion for summary judgement was granted. That means Adkins motion to stay was DENIED.

http://greenshift-gers.blogspot.com/

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$

Anonymous said...

At Anon 12:52

You do know that Sunoco is using GERS technology right. I guess not with a comment like that.

Slashnuts said...

Aemetis/SRS COES In Keyes, California !$!$!$!$


Aemetis has installed equipment from Solution Recovery Services. This is equipment that is based on GERS' patents that other producers have installed and licensed with Greenshift.

"...([u]excluding the Corn Oil Separation System Agreement dated November 16, 2011 between Solution Recovery Services, LLC, a Michigan limited liability company and AEAFK, in effect as of the date hereof)"
(Page 18)

(h) "... (v) the Corn Oil Separation System Agreement dated November 16, 2011 between Solution Recovery Services, LLC, a Michigan limited liability company, and AEAFK, and (vi) the Revolving Line of Credit Agreement between Aemetis International, Inc. and Laird Q. Cagan; in each case, to the extent such Liens secure Indebtedness described in such agreements on the date of this Agreement"

(Page 19)

http://www.faqs.org/sec-filings/120710/AEMETIS-INC_8-K/amtx_ex102.htm

Solution Recovery Services (SRS)
The same company that installed their COSS equipment in Corn LP's plant.
http://www.send2press.com/newswire/2010-11-1108-003.shtml

Corn LP is using SRS' equipment and licensed to use GERS' patents for the process.
http://www.greenshift.com/news.php?id=270

Solution Recovery Services, the same company that installed their equipment in Red Trail Energy's plant.

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=80227377

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=80225822

http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1359687/000135968711000024/a1060-srscontract.htm

SRS specifically stated in their contract with Red Trail that
SRS is not willing to defend against GERS' patents. They say it's Red Trails responsibility which is furthur explained in the 10.4 which is confidential.

10.3 "Other than as a claim by GS (for which Customer shall be solely responsible, as defined in Section 10.4), SRS shall defend (through counsel of its selection and at its expense) and, as set forth herein..."

It's no surprise that SRS respects Greenshift's patents. As you can see in the link below, their equipment is directly based on GERS' process.
http://solutionrecovery.com/ethanol.asp

The SRS system recovers corn oil during the evaporation stage from the concentrated thin stillage.

"Aemetis recently designed, built and began to operate a corn oil extraction unit at Keyes that will produce about 2 million gallons per year of extracted oil for biodiesel or animal feed and reduce the carbon footprint of the facility that will be important over the next few years to comply with the state Low Carbon Fuel Standard. The LCFS mandates a cut of our fuel’s carbon emissions by 10% to reduce global warming."

http://sierra2thesea.net/energy/valley-ethanol-plants-work-to-wean-themselves-from-midwest-corn

2012 Designed, built and operate Corn Oil Extraction unit at Keyes

About 2 million gallons per year of extracted oil for biodiesel or animal feed

Reduces carbon footprint of biofuels produced at Keyes plant by increasing yield

http://www.energy.ca.gov/2011-ALT-1/documents/2012-08-01_workshop/presentations/02_Aemetis_McAfee.pdf

If you go to page 13 of PEIX's investor presentation, you'll see that PEIX, Aemetis, and Calgren are intertwined.
Pacific ethanol markets the products that Calgren and Aemetis (as well as Front Range) produce.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$!$!$

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nobody12378 said...

I suspect that in the middle of thunderstorm you would look up and drown because you were too dumb to realize that you were drowning. Another way of responding to your claim of no dilution is to state that if you were in a blizzard you would probably think you were in Miami.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

corn oil prices ...

GX_GR115
Springfield, IL Tue, Oct 16, 2012 USDA-IL Dept of Ag Market News

Central Illinois Corn Processor Report

Corn is spot bid to dealers at selected processors in Central Illinois
Crude Corn Oil is bids and offers FOB Midwest points, wet or dry mill.
(Prices quoted: corn dollars/bushel, oil cents/lb)

Bids Change (�/bu) Basis Change
US 2 Yellow Corn 7.4325-7.5325 UP 1 5Z to 15Z UNCH

Crude Corn Oil 54.00-55.00 UNCH

Chicago Board of Trade month symbols: F January, G February, H March, J April,
K May, M June, N July, Q August, U September, V October, X November, Z December
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Monthly Prices for: September 2012

Corn 7.8300
Crude Corn Oil 58.2100

Source: USDA-IL Dept of Ag Market News Service, Springfield, IL
Kent McFarland 217-782-4925 SpringField.LGMN@ams.usda.gov
In state only toll free 888-458-4787
www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/gx_gr115.txt
www.ams.usda.gov/LSMarketNews

1453C KM

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Anonymous said...

did GERS get a flint hills as a customer?

“We look forward to welcoming the Fairmont team to Flint Hills Resources,” Razook said. “We share the same high-standards for customer service, operations excellence and compliance, so we expect a very smooth transition."

"Flint Hills Resources' biofuels business includes four Iowa ethanol plants with a combined capacity of 435 million gallons, a biodiesel plant in Texas, and investments in biofuels technology and feedstock development."

Anonymous said...

Flint Hills uses Edeniq.

Anonymous said...

Post from Petalman:

This is in case the inevitable happens and my most recent post is removed from ihub. Most here should be used to this tactic as Nobody posts the same comments on every board he can find.

"Tech,
I'm having a hard time following your posts. All day, you post that the trend is up, then the trend is down, then you've never seen anything like it before, usually ending with something like "you're guess is as good as mine".

I can understand that you may not want to mis-lead anyone, but the rules here state that anything posted is understood to be "your opinion" and not professional advice. That being said, calling people "market morons" and "children" is just rude and un-called for.

If it appears I am the "pot calling the kettle black", it's only because we have already been subjected to someone else who for the past several years has made it a point to berate almost everyone else here with condesending comments, even admitting to how fun it is to "pimp the cadets" as he put it.

Although there should be no "sides" to take here, it would be prudent to perhaps do a little more research before taking up an alliance and starting to take on the same demeanor previously described."

nobody12378 said...

I am afraid that Petalman has hurt feelings because more than one person is confronting his misunderstandings about this stock. Be patient with him. He will be in a better mood in a few years when GERS start to climb north, unless ICM settles, then he can party any time. If we get no word about a settlement in the next 11 weeks we may have to wait until mid March to know anything substantive; that will be along wait for one of my for one of my favorite cadets. Of course we will know if YAGI calls the note and takes over Greenshift, we will not be able to get quotes for GERS (symbol not recognized because it has been delisted); then Petalman will be in a really bad mood.

Anonymous said...

Post from Petalman:

1. I am not one of your cadets.
2. Seek help for even thinking that.
3. I was afraid Tech was developing the same "God-like" sick attitude you suffer from and wanted to quell his demeanor toward others.
4. Based on the reply he posted (which was quickly removed by another Mod), he IS as bad as you and I fear beyond hope.
5. Have a nice day.

nobody12378 said...

This from the Petal who constantly states that the Nobody is on ignore. If my objective musings torture him so, why hasn't done what any dumb animal would do and attempt to remove the source of irritation. Not to do so sounds masochistic and for that he does need to seek help; poor cadet.

Anonymous said...

anon 1:50

tearing out a GERS system and re-installing inferior equipment just to add-on an inferior oil-plus system, and/or infringe GERS patent and subject themselves to suit, doesnt sound like a smooth transition into a first rate operation to me but if you say so i guess thats the end of it.

http://www.edeniq.com/page/today

Anonymous said...

Post from Petalman:

Why haven't I done what you would do? Because I want to monitor what garbage you are spreading each day (although to be honest, I could skip several months and still see the same topics of doom).

Anonymous said...

nobody wtf why do you talk like that dude? u sound like a freakn dumbass little kid making up a bunch of words. all you do is talk like u have a lie stick up your ass. shut up dude..

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一些投资者没有身体推离。不是我!

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

i like everyones support. the ones that are being negitive are so rude. they are all jealous of how great greenshift is doing. they need to get a life! there is nothing wrong with greenshift. bio-diesel plants around the world are going up because bio-diesel has so many more benifits than gasoline. it stinks, expinsive ect. the world wants somthing new. bio-diesel is great and will make the future brighter. plants have been going up. look at that green elecrtic company that obama just spent 250million dollars to support it failed. like all diesel engines. GREENSHIFT ALSO DOESNT FAIL .

nobody12378 said...

Petal,
"Monitor" -- quintessential definition of paranoid.

The other Annoy (6:19) frustrated that my posts are not monosyllabic -- sorry, I graduated from high school in the good old US of A.

Anonymous said...

happy nobody is jumping to unfounded conclusions of infringement at the fairmont plant ---- without facts to back it up.

Anonymous said...

Post from Petalman:

Is that the best you can do? You forgot to add the word Cadet. What's next, "I know you are but what am I"? You are so far gone. Posting that I need help. You can't even come up with anything original, so you have to mimic my statements. You've been posting the same crap over and over that you can't even have an original thought.

Anonymous said...

Nice close mostly buys again.

Anonymous said...

oh nobody. im sure u either have a college degree or just a smart ass and using google. i can do that too buddy you are a...."RETARD"

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

dang. i would have thought much higher of the koch brothers. i may have to edit my rolodex and and alter my guest list.

 
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