Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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27 comments:

nobody12378 said...

Adkin's is really working the delay, delay, followed by more delay strategy hard and it is working. The shelf life on capitalizing on GERS' technology is ticking away.

Slashnuts said...

Glacial Lakes Energy Mina Italian Disk Stack Centrifuge

Glacial Lakes, Mina, a GERS customer, is now operating their newest COES in S.D. The system was installed on time and under budget.
Glacial Lakes Energy has installed disk stack centrifuges from a company in Italy. They're either from Alfa-Laval or Seital.

Alfa-Laval's home office is in Switerland but their manufacturing unit is in Monza, Italy, which is between Switzerland and the Port of La Spezia.

I found this shipping document where SRS ordered Seital disk stack centrifuges from Italy.

It looks like SRS has ordered from Seital before
http://www.importgenius.com/importers/srs-a-usi-company

If you look at the picture of Corn LP's seperator that SRS installed, it looks like the same machine in Glacial Lakes plant that Greenshift installed years ago.

http://www.cornlp.com/Newsletters/August11.pdf
Corn LP/SRS/Seital

http://www.glaciallakesenergy.com/newsletter/2012_02.pdf
Glacial Lakes/GERS/Seital

It doesn't matter who's equipment they used, Glacial Lakes is a GERS customer. The Mina plant is a big 110 MGY plant that's operating above capacity right now.

Westfalia and Flottweg are made in Germany.

"GLE Stays on Schedule
with Capital Projects
Oil separation centrifuges from Italy
arrived at the Mina plant in early October.
The centrifuges are complete, and the
Mina plant is producting corn oil, which
is providing an additional revenue stream
for GLE. The project, says Director of
Operations Frank Moore, was on schedule and under budget.
million in additional annual revenue."




As you can see, the port of La Spezia is in close proximity to Alfa-Laval's munufacturing unit in Monza, Italy
http://www.worldportsource.com/images/maps/italy_sm00.jpg
Map that shows Port of La Spezia

http://www.alfalaval.com/contact-us/italy/Pages/default.aspx
Link to Alfa-Laval's manufacturing unit in Italy.

http://www.seital.com/products.php?tipo=centrifughe
Link to Seital Italy.


http://www.glaciallakesenergy.com/newsletter/2012_09.pdf

"Oil separation centrifuges from Italy
arrived at the Mina plant in early October."

“We are taking steps to improve our revenue streams as well as contain our
operating and administrative costs.” Richter cites the implementation of corn oil extraction
as one example of increasing revenue. The system is expected to be online in October
2012 at the Mina facility and, based upon current market prices, generate more than $3.0 million in additional annual revenue."


My best guess is it's from Seital since Glacial Lake's other system looks like Corn LP's system and they have ties to Seital. However, without seeing a picture of the new system in the Mina plant, it's possible it's an Italian Alfa-Laval.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$

Slashnuts said...

New ANDE Record 16.5M Pounds! +470% .66 Per Bushel!

GERS 2nd Largest Customer, ANDE, Extracts Record .66 Pounds Per Bushel, 16.5 Million Pounds!

That's an increase of 470% from the 2.9 million pounds in Q311.

Up 2 million pounds from the 14.5 million in Q212.

Like I said, ANDE's increase would more than make up for the slight dip in volume from GPRE.

Ethanol (gallons shipped) 70.4 M
Corn Oil (pounds shipped) 16.5 M

The results from GERS' 2nd largest customer include 2 ethanol plants that are part owned by Marathon Oil, MPC, as well as the Amaizing Energy plant in Iowa that settled the lawsuit.
http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/821026/000082102612000030/ande2012093010-q.htm


As you can see, this ex infringer is now contributing to GERS revenues.

Corn oil sales also contributed to the significant increase over the third quarter year-to-date period of 2011, there were no corn oil sales for the Ethanol Group until 2012. In addition, the acquisition of TADE in the second quarter of 2012 added $52.5 million in ethanol sales, $15.3 million of DDG sales, $1.8 million of corn oil sales and $0.8 million of syrup sales.

12. Business Acquisitions
On May 1, 2012, the Company and its subsidiary, The Andersons Denison Ethanol LLC ("TADE") completed the purchase of certain assets of an ethanol production facility in Denison, Iowa for a purchase price of $77.4 million. Previously owned by Amaizing Energy Denison LLC and Amaizing Energy Holding Company, LLC, the operations consist of a 55 million gallon annual production capacity ethanol facility with an adjacent 2.7 million bushel grain terminal, with direct access to two Class 1 railroads in Iowa. TADE has been organized to provide investment opportunity for the Company and potential outside investors. The Company owns the grain terminal, manages TADE, and provides grain origination, risk management, and DDG and ethanol marketing services. The Company currently owns a controlling interest of 85% of TADE, and therefore includes TADE's results of operations in its consolidated financial statements. The fair value of the noncontrolling interest in TADE purchased by the minority investor at the acquisition date was $6.1 million.

Congratulations to GERS' 2nd largest customer, ANDE, on a fantastic quarter in a tough environment.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$

Anonymous said...

Since all GERS patents combined cover ALL backend corn oil extraction, there is no "shelf life" involved. Adkins can run, but they cannot hide.

Slashnuts said...

$!$!$ $BIOF EXTRACTS .9077 POUNDS PER BUSHEL!$!$!$!$!$

UNBELIEVABLE!$ BIOF EXTRACTS .9077 Pounds Per Bushel!$!$!$!$

WoW!$!$!$!$ Am I missing something here or did BIOF just report they extracted over .9 pounds per bushel?
Is this right? I mean I know GERS has stated that method I can do more than .9 pounds per bushel, so is this the first time we've seen proof? I'm shocked! Speechless....Am I missing something here?

Even though ethanol production dropped from Q212, corn oil production increased!$!$!$

Corn oil pounds 11,466,000

Ethanol gallons 36,271,000

Corn ground bushels 12,632,000


The increase in co-product revenue was primarily attributable to the inclusion of corn oil revenue in the three months ended September 30, 2012. The Company commenced corn oil extraction at both plants in the first quarter of 2012, which resulted in $4.4 million of corn oil revenue in the third quarter of 2012.

The increase in co-product revenue was primarily attributable to the commencement of corn oil extraction at both of our plants in the first quarter of 2012, which resulted in $11.1 million of corn oil revenue for the first nine months of 2012.

http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1373670/000114420412061808/v326141_10q.htm

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

Anonymous said...

wow

Anonymous said...

misprint?

nobody12378 said...

Shelf life refers to emerging technology that is completely different that is more efficient. If you think that technology doesn't progress then you are wrong.

Ethanol producer #9 said...

Slash I just talked to a Biof insider the number is correct.

nobody12378 said...

Incredible numbers if correct.

Anonymous said...

link please

Anonymous said...

method 2 next best emerging technology

Anonymous said...

link to 9 pound # please

Anonymous said...

method 2 IS THE next best emerging technology

Anonymous said...

http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=55010831

nobody12378 said...

Three Months Ended
September 30, Nine Months Ended
September 30,
2012 2011 2012 2011
Ethanol sold (gallons, in thousands) 36,271 50,716 134,786 162,381
Dry distillers grains sold (tons, in thousands) 32.6 80.1 131.9 260.2
Wet distillers grains sold (tons, in thousands) 170.8 165.2 654.0 499.1
Corn oil sold (pounds, in thousands) 11,466 - 28,626 -
Corn ground (bushels, in thousands) 12,632 18,010 48,120 58,558

Three Months Ended September 30, 2012 Compared to the Three Months Ended September 30, 2011

Anonymous said...

it's a misprint you fools

nobody12378 said...

I have emailed BIOF for verification.

Anonymous said...

It's corn oil SOLD, not produced morons. They were likely drawing down inventory.

Anonymous said...

"Likely drawing down inventory, morons" how moronic one can be to base such statements on assumptions.

Anonymous said...

NT 10Q ...

i guess its going to take some extra time to count all the M O N E Y !

Anonymous said...

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Skribe said...

Thanks for the reports, very positive.
Profits mean the ability to pay down debt and minimizing the need to depend on dilution for such.
GERS filing is not out yet, I'm hoping for profit.
Consistent profits and a good future outlook of such in my opinion give GreenShift much leverage for the refinancing of the debt. Refinancing and continued growth in profitability should if properly managed and allocated allow GERS to pay down its debt. Thus the profitability and reduction of debt will create sustained growth in value. There are other factors to consider though.
IMO! GLTA

Anonymous said...

BIOF actually began production in Nebraska during October, 2011 and Minesota during January, 2012. So the numbers include part year production during 2011. They did not market the corn oil produced until the first quarter of 2012, thus revenues are reported on total corn oil produced "to-date" on ethanol production for 2012. So yield is not in the 9's, it is in the 5's.

Anonymous said...

well said 6:59. That's what I was trying to say, but apparently using the term moron can set off one of the cadets.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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