Saturday, March 30, 2013

Orders of the Court

Adkins can Seal here

'037 Markman Hearing Held Here

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64 comments:

Anonymous said...

I gather David Winsness is applying for yet another Patent to be added to his accumulated List. When and if granted, I expect it to be added to those previously included in the Infringement Lawsuit. Keep them coming! DHOLE
(Another Easter Egg in the Basket?)

Anonymous said...

yup

nobody123789 said...

Patents, Patents, and not a drop of money for the bottom line (from the Rhyme of the Ancient mariner). In less than 6 hours we could be in default.

Anonymous said...

lawyers might have taken it under.

Anonymous said...

Ethanol Producers Respond to Market Conditions

1 Comment Posted by Cindy Zimmerman – March 11th, 2013
Corn oil recovery is helping the bottom line of ethanol producers with tight margins, according to a new report from the Energy Information Administration.

Beginning in summer 2012, the prices of ethanol and corn reached levels where production costs at relatively simple ethanol plants exceeded revenue. These simple plants, which are not able to recover corn oil, make up a diminishing portion of the ethanol industry. Reacting to the market conditions, several ethanol plants temporarily shut down. By January 2013, the number of idled ethanol plants had grown to at least 20.

Relatively simple ethanol plants produce ethanol and distillers grains from corn. More advanced plants are able to recover other products, like corn oil, from a portion of the distillers grains. Ethanol plants with corn oil recovery units are able to earn more revenue, so they usually have higher profit margins than plants without corn oil recovery, even if their production costs are slightly higher.

According to the EIA report, corn oil recovery is one of several strategies that the ethanol industry is developing to improve margins. “Others involve switching to processes that are more advantageous under the renewable fuels standard (RFS). For instance, Aemetis in Keyes, California, is changing its feedstock from corn to sorghum and replacing its natural gas consumption with biomass. Other companies plan to produce butanol rather than ethanol, or integrate cellulosic feedstock, such as wood waste or corn stover (e.g., leaves, stalks, and leftover cobs after the corn harvest). These approaches allow their products to qualify as advanced biofuels under the RFS, a category that specifically excludes ethanol produced from cornstarch, which has been the dominant feedstock for the U.S. ethanol industry.”

Read more here.

Anonymous said...

11 reasons why you should invest in the biodiesel industry

The latest, sourced information as to why investment in biodiesel is a sound decision
By Ron Kotrba | March 27, 2013

1. Jump in on a growing market: The U.S. biodiesel industry is poised for its most profitable, successful year yet in 2013 with expected record-breaking production volumes thanks in part to the increased federal biomass-based diesel requirement of 1.28 billion gallons (28 percent higher than 2012), the $1 per gallon tax credit and rebounding D4 RIN prices. In addition, favorable blend economics indicate that obligated parties under the renewable fuel standard (RFS2) will find it economically advantageous* to blend U.S. biodiesel over Brazilian sugarcane ethanol to meet their advanced biofuel obligations (2.75 billion ethanol-equivalent gallons), over and above the biomass-based diesel volume requirements, suggesting the possibility of domestic biodiesel production significantly exceeding 1.28 billion gallons. *farmdoc daily

2. Sustainable 10-year growth plan: IHS Global Insight conducted a modeling report for the National Biodiesel Board to help guide EPA with its yearly biodiesel RVO under RFS2 and, in the modeling report, the group determined that there will be enough feedstock available to reach 3.3 billion gallons of U.S. biodiesel production by 2022. Read article

3. The National Biodiesel Board unveiled a new industry target in February 2013, named 10x22, an aggressive but achievable goal that calls for biodiesel to make up 10 percent of the U.S. diesel fuel supply by 2022. Read article

4. Engine makers support biodiesel, why not you? All major OEMs producing diesel vehicles for the U.S. market support at least B5 and lower blends and 79 percent of U.S. manufacturers now support B20 or higher biodiesel blends in at least some of their equipment. Source: NBB OEM support document, Sept. 2012

5. No blend wall here: While the ethanol industry struggles with hitting its blend wall, biodiesel penetration in the 2012 U.S. diesel fuel supply was only 1.9 percent. Given that all major OEMs support B5, achieving a 5 percent biodiesel penetration rate would mean nearly 3 billion gallons of biodiesel production (almost three times greater than 2012 production volumes). Moreover, nearly all the biodiesel used in the U.S. today is consumed by heavy-duty applications, a growing number of which support B20. To reach 20 percent penetration, the U.S. would need to produce 11.5 billion gallons of biodiesel, 10 times more than produced last year. Read article

6. Global ethanol and biodiesel consumption combined will reach 135 billion gallons by 2018. Source: Global Industry Analysts Inc.

7. Biodiesel quality continues to improve: The latest NREL quality survey results announced February 2013 at the National Biodiesel Conference show a record 97 percent of the biodiesel on the market today is within ASTM D6751 specifications. Read article

8. 68 percent of U.S. and Canadian biodiesel productive capacity is BQ-9000-certified, meaning strict quality controls are in place—of the approximately 3 billion gallons of productive capacity in the U.S. and Canada, 1.84 billion gallons is BQ-9000-certified versus 1.24 billion gallons that is not. Source: 2013 Biodiesel Plant Map and the BQ-9000 site of certified producers

Anonymous said...

Now way someone spreading rumors about default is a true investor. What does one gain by trying to scare away investors?

B. Tressel said...

My thoughts are that Kevin's college buddies are not going to let him down. YA Global and GERS should come to terms with at least a 6 month extension. Let's see what happens today.

nobody123789 said...

Anoy 7:22,

Where is the factual error -- there isn't one. In other words you are full of bovine excrement.

nobody123789 said...

Anony 7:22,

Positions in just ONE (the smallest) of six accounts in which I hold GERS:

GERS GREENSHIFT CORP Cash 531,428

Shut your claptrap! People can be objective and not pimp their company.

Anonymous said...

If I'm bovine excrement, then EAT ME!

nobody123789 said...

NO value in that. It is now April 1, 2013. The deadline has passed. Chew on that fact.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, guess we're bankrupt. That's why the BID & ASK are rising, huh?

Anonymous said...

lie 531,428 cash in gers is more then m cap

nobody123789 said...

You can't even read a position statement -- what idiots here. ASK rising? Look again. Any one taking any solace in an any momentary change in the trading of this stock has absolutely no idea what is going on.

Anonymous said...

good observation 916

nobody123789 said...

April fools! I'm not a shareholder I'm a paid basher. Boy I had you all fooled.

Anonymous said...

i made money here. thank you for your help.

nobody123789 said...

B. Tressel,

And what would that say to you about the ability of GERS to obtain new financing; by companies who would have more information and insight into the company than we do? What would the failure over many months to achieve this mean?

Anonymous said...

greed, dumb ass.

Anonymous said...

greed, dumb ass.

Anonymous said...

greed, dumb ass.

dipchit donkey boy said...

anony 839,

Positions in just ONE (the smallest) of eighty nine accounts in which I hold GERS:

GERS GREENSHIFT CORP Cash 10,476,978,531,780,155,419

I did not make this up! now shut up all you stupid morons!

nobody123789 said...

Considering the rate of dilution that might be believable. Considering the AS count -- it is not.

Anonymous said...

He's mocking you.

nobody123789 said...

You can't mock the unmockable.

Anonymous said...

already did

nobody123789 said...

Only in your miniscule mind.

Anonymous said...

nope on this forum all can see. you mocked by me

nobody123789 said...

In addition to filing annual reports on Form 10-K and quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, public companies must report certain material corporate events on a more current basis. Form 8-K is the “current report” companies must file with the SEC to announce major events that shareholders should know about.

Companies have four business days to file a Form 8-K for the events specified in the items in Sections 1-6 and 9 above.

http://www.sec.gov/answers/form8k.htm

April 5 looms large.

Anonymous said...

an NT would be required sooner than an 8k, dumb ass.

Anonymous said...

Everyone is well aware of SEC posting requirements. As a proven past practice, GERS has usually reported just under the deadline.

"Looms large".....What an idiot!

Anonymous said...

What's the purpose of reposting the same thing over and again?

nobody123789 said...

Can you read ? 8-K has nothing to do with regular filings!

nobody123789 said...

I get paid for each post.

nobody123789 said...

Same purpose as re-posting the pumping tripe you love to read.

nobody123789 said...

Except my intentions are the opposite.

Anonymous said...

you mean you're a paid basher?

Anonymous said...

who's paying you?

Anonymous said...

Can you read? I'm talking about an established habit of filing, period! Get your knuckle dragging head out of your ass and quit trying to cause panic!

Anonymous said...

How's that FBI investigation going for you? Looks like you can't even scare someone stealing your ID! Ha ha ha ha.....

nobody123789 said...

Who's paying me? It's that hard to figure out?

Anonymous said...

your mom pays you to stay in the basement and not bother visitors.

Anonymous said...

I don't know which Nobody is funnier, the real one who is trying to scare everyone and claims to own tons of the stock, or the fake one who just "claims" to be a paid basher. I think the fake one is closer to the truth! Ha ha ha ha.......

nobody123789 said...

My mom is a crack whore leave her out of this!

Anonymous said...

we know that nobody. but she can't pay the bills with you bothering her "clientele"

Anonymous said...

Oh great! Now I can't tell which one is posting!

Anonymous said...

Great! Now we start getting our daily dose of BS from "Radcardnel"! This JERK owns PEIX stock (an infringer) and loves to put down GERS. Every time we get close to any kind of deadline, these little cockroaches crawl out of the woodwork. When the pps goes up, they are nowhere to be found.

nobody123789 said...

You are too sensitive. GERS will rise or fall; all the crap that we all spill here has NOTHING to do with that outcome. If you think other wise I have some fine beach front (for now until the floods come) property on the Mississippi for sale.

Anonymous said...

bid climbing up

Anonymous said...

If you don't believe it makes a difference, why do you try your best to bash the hell out of this stock?

nobody123789 said...

One man's bashing is another person's objective discussion. It is all in the eye of the beholder as seen through a lens of extreme avidity and money lust at anyone's expense.

Anonymous said...

You've used the term "objective discussion" way too long to try to justify your death wish for this stock. "Fess Up", basher boy! Can ICM really afford to pay you for your relentless posts?

GOLDDIGGER said...

If GS refis I'm in for 50,000 $'s

nobody123789 said...

10-K filed.

Slashnuts said...

10K



http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1269127/000109690613000465/greenshift10k20121231.htm

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

nobody123789 said...

Let's end the discussion about "theoretica"l dilution now! It is very real and it is tearing our guts out. We are over 3.8 BILLION fully diluted now. Another R/S in our futrue?

nobody123789 said...

"In addition, as discussed in Note 21 to the financial statements, the Company could be subject to default of its senior debt obligation in 2013 if a condition to a forbearance agreement that is not within the Company’s control is not satisfied".

Is the accountant BASHING GERS ?

Further (this includes patent assignments):

"On March 29, 2013, the Company and YA Global Investments, L.P., entered into an amended forbearance agreement pursuant to which the maturity date of the Company's outstanding debt to YA Global and its assignees (see Note 11, Debt Obligations , above) was extended to December 31, 2013. The amendment further provided for cash payments by the Company of $200,000 per month and the reimbursement of certain legal costs and expenses. The amendment remains subject to the satisfaction of a condition involving a third party which was not satisfied as of the effective date, and which is not in the Company's control. YA Global would have the right to declare and proceed against the Company for default if the condition is not satisfied, which could involve a foreclosure proceeding against all of the Company’s assets. Based on the Company's prior experience with the third party and YA Global, the Company expects the condition to be satisfied in April 2013."

Is KK BASHING GERS ?

What does this say about the ability of GERS to attract new funding -- it is zilch, correct?


We know that we are committed to $50,000/ month in legal fees, now another $200,000 + per month. Where do we think that is going to come from? That is $3,000,000 in expnese for this year that we know of -- at a penny a share (optimistic) that will require another 300,000,000 shares. Do I see another R/S over the horizon?

We are closer to the brink than we were this time last year.

Slashnuts said...

Q412 revenue $4,312,538

Maturity date extended to December 31, 2013!$!$!$!$!$

Cash increased to $2,030,577

Cash on hand as of December 31, 2013...$.032 per share...

Anonymous said...

Awwww....an awful lot of verbage taken off ihub just because of personal attacks. Too bad! DIPSHIT!!

nobody123789 said...

I have copied statements by the accountant and KK himself. I guess that they are BASHERS too.

Slashnuts said...

New Technology Now Available...

This explains the money spent on R and D.

Distillers Dried Solubles Refines defatted syrup into new high value co-product Commercially Available

Protein Recovery Fractionates DDG into high and low protein products Available




Technology Function Status
Method I Corn Oil Extraction Extraction of corn oil from distillers grain – thin stillage Commercially Available
Method II Corn Oil Extraction Extraction of corn oil from distillers grain – whole stillage Commercially Available
Integral Refining Integrated refining upgrade for corn oil extraction systems Commercially Available
Distillers Dried Solubles Refines defatted syrup into new high value co-product Commercially Available
Protein Recovery Fractionates DDG into high and low protein products Commercially Available
Cellulosic Oil™ Oleaginous microbes convert biomass into lipids and protein Bench Stage
Energy & Water Recovery Energy recovery and water removal during evaporation Bench Stage

Anonymous said...

status quo --- no good --- same ol' shit; they win, we lose.

B. Tressel said...

YA grants an extension, just as I predicted at 8:22 this am.

Now we have a lot of wiggle room, 8 months should do us justice, and justice will be had. Can't wait until the injunctions start hitting the ICM's of the world, they will cry like babies. How can they justify stealing technology and trying to profit from it. Scum!

 
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