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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
06-22-2010, 02:10 PM,
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Exclamation  Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
I feel kind of silly for not seeing this as it was right in front of me for son long but the pieces fit together oh so nicely for the disaster capitalists, the green tax pushers, the CCX agenda of the gaia and sun worshippers, the profiteer minions and misled new age hippies surrounding them. I was going to append this to the Exploiting Gulf Gusher to pass Cap-and-Trade won't Clean-up Oil Leak as topic they are integrally related and intertwined but this deserves it's own thread. Much credit to both the researchers involved in compiling this dot connector of an article. It make the undeniable conclusion what this Death Zone oil spill is all about. Why we are kept secret and reveal the agenda we couldn't quite put our finger on.

This was a challenge in terms of formatting. There were a lot of redirected links (some redundant) and I had to read through a lot of material (I like to read what I post) otherwise I would have posted it sooner.

The companies involved included in this compilation include:
Al Gore, George Soros, Barack Obama (Barry Sortero), USDA, the DoE ,Total S.A., Maurice Strong, NASA, Coskata, East Angila University, The IPCC, Nalco, ExxonMobil, Bill Clinton, OriginOil, Ford, Shell, Richard Branson, Valero, Honeywell, SAIC, Cargill, The Carlyle Group, Constellation Energy, US Sugar, Blackstone Group, Vanguard (Windsor II) Investment Group, The Everglades Foundation, Wall Street, Goldman Sachs, GE and, of course, BP.

Quote:Startling Reveletions. More going on in The Gulf Of Mexico Than An Oil Spill!
Sunday, June 20th 2010 at 8:39pm by JoAnneMor

~~~The team is at it again!~~~

In the course of our investigation into the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, we have uncovered some startling information.

What I am about to tell you will knock you out of your seats.

There is a lot more going on in the Gulf of Mexico than the oils spill.

This administration and many other entities like BP, Citi, Nalco, GM, GE, Goldman Sachs, University of Chicago, holding companies along with Dept of Defense, Billionaires and Politicians are all vested in biofuels.

What is going on in the Gulf is directly related to this new industry.

There is an Algae these companies are interested in.

From the mouth of the Mississippi river, all along the Gulf coast and spreading down to the Everglades is prime area for growing this Algae. Crist is aware of this. He's funding it.There is a couple of other prime spots too. Chesapeake is one area and the Great Lakes is another. (Funny, we already had a Great Lakes Czar and a Chesapeake Czar.) (Now we have a Gulf Czar too!)

As you know, the oil continues to flow in the Gulf.

It looks incompetent when assessing the response to the crisis. It is not incompetence. It is intentional and willfull destruction.

They are spraying dispersants that are toxic to sea life. The dispersants hold the oil below the surface. Ask yourselves why you would want that. Wouldn't it be easier to vacuum the oil if it were floating?

They are not letting foreign tankers in to help. Even the few barges Jindal got his hands on were stalled, citing they need to be inspected to see if they carried enough life vests. They did.

They even pass the buck as to who is in charge. BP says they were in charge. O says he's in charge. The Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen says he's in charge. They run us in circles to divert the real questions.

If you have noticed, most of their news conferences have very little to do with action response, instead focusing on claims processing.

This is not incompetence. It is an intentional strategy. They don't want to clean it up or even try to contain it.

What they are doing is in three steps.

First get rid of oil industry in Gulf.

Then turn Gulf into a dead zone. A dead zone is free of life or ability to sustain it. The oil, dispersants and fertilizers deplete oxygen. It kills animals and fish, also turning their remains into fertilizer.

Finally, use Gulf as a giant Algae farm. Algae grows on water surface, getting oxygen from air, not water. Fertilizers like Urea supply much needed nitrogen. The Mississippi and the other rivers that empty into Gulf also pick up fertilizers from the many farms along the way. This feeds the Algae at the mouths of these rivers.

The oil in the water won't hurt the Algae. It will only promote it's growth and burn factor.

Algae costs about $2. a Barrel to refine. This is potentially very profitable.

The down side is , there isn't enough Algae to sustain the demand. It takes a lot of Algae to produce a single barrel. That means they need a huge place to grow and multiply the supply of this Algae. Right now they don't have this enormous Algae farm location. They have the desire, the technology, the investments and companies all set up.They have even taken the steps to map out the plan.

That plan involves projects in the Great Lakes., Chesapeake Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.

This oil spill whether sabotage, negligence, accident or design is the perfect way to eliminate fossil fuels such as oil and to advance his biofuel agenda..

They will sacrifice the Gulf and all who live in or around it for this multi Trillion Dollar industry.

This also ties in with Carbon capture and exchange. You all know about the Chicago Carbon Exchange, Cap & Trade and even O's support of Kyoto, so I won't bore you with history.

For those who don't know details on those Bills and international climate agreements, please refer to back posts of mine, or those of others who have researched and posted.

There is a proposal to store Carbon that has been captured by industries, in the Gulf. The Carbon will enhance the Algae growth while making a fortune for companies like O's Chicago Carbon Exchange.

All the usual players as well as a few new ones are involved. There is everything from lies deceit, government stealth,to insider trading and intentional destruction going on.

My friend and research teammate has compiled a short summary. Please read this, then I will pick it up from there.

Via: Spongedocks:

Step by Step Chicago to the Gulf of Mexico
The lawsuit lists potential damage claims of about $2.5 billion to the Gulf fishing industry; $3 billion to tourism; $700 million in remediation efforts so far; $6 million a day in continuing costs and "incalculable damages to BP's reputation."


We have all heard it said, carbon is a bad thing for our environment. Where did all begin? Junk Science, Al Gore, Maurice Strong, Barack Obama, Joel Rogers, Van Jones. Bill Clinton, John Podesta, Vivek Kundra, Carl Pope, need we go on?

http://www.chicagoclimatex.com/

http://www.chicagoclimatex.com/content.jsf?id=821

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_Climate_Exchange

http://www.carbonoffsetsdaily.com/news-channels/usa/obama%e2%80%99s-involvement-in-chicago-climate-exchange-the-rest-of-the-story-5581.htm

So what is the motivation of eliminating Carbon? MONEY!! Consider for a moment how wealthy these people and countless others are getting by promoting this carbon offset science and forcing alternative biomass science and technology. Frankly, determining the wealth of these people is an angry task. Yet, how do these people profit from this forced change from oil to bio-fuels? Stimulus money, see 'Bombshell Expose', insider trading, government legislation, corporate shakedowns.

Let's examine some events and people:

Okay lets chat a moment about what happened. What the well explosion due to human error, was it on purpose by a human, was it the work of military for hire groups like Xe, Blackwater, DynCorp or Triple Canopy? We will never really know. Since SAIC has full control, they know the answer, but in the end, does it matter? The well exploded. Now the question is why? Destroy big oil and American business and jobs. What will takes it place? Ah hah, glad you asked, algae. Who is behind this? Crime, Inc. which by the way is much bigger than Beck is able to report and for that matter than we can report, but we are gonna try.

British Petroleum, one of the world's largest oil producers. BP has had the most safety violations but why is that?

Enter MMS, Minerals Management Service.
MMS is an Agency of the Department of the Interior. MMS gave many waivers to BP for this DeepWater Horizon rig, not to mention a safety award.
http://www.mms.gov/

Why did MMS give waivers to BP?
http://www.allbusiness.com/company-activities-management/company-structures-ownership/8541318-1.html

Enter SAIC.
http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science_Applications_International_Corporation

Ok, who was head of SAIC while this agenda was being drafted and put into action? Robert Gates, you know they guy that is now the Secretary of Defense. But what qualifies Gates for this job? Hummm, good question. but why is he really on the payroll? Gates has a resume that includes: Head of SAIC,Council of Foreign Relations and he served of the Board of Parker Drilling, an American offshore rig owner with HQ in Houston. Now Parker Drilling has 75 international land rigs, 15 deep gas land rigs, 34 barge rigs, 7 platform rigs, 7 offshore jack-up rigs. Parker is also a specialist in deep well, arctic and geo-thermal drilling. Gates too was the Deputy director of the CIA.

Who are members of SAIC?
http://www.saic.com/about/companies/

Is there corruption at SAIC?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/02/AR2009070203415.html Thanks for asking!

Here are some other attached facts:
* MMS gave a $5.5 million contract to SAIC to conduct a 5 year study of the Gulf Loop Current.
* SAIC awarded a $21.0 million blanket purchase agreement for Biomass Engineering coming from the Department of Energy and Golden Field Office. This was done to support the Office of Energy, Efficiency and Renewable Energies Biomass program.
* SAIC handles all technology for BP and that includes security logs and surveillance data. Ever wonder about video via closed circuit on offshore rigs?
* SAIC has had contracts with BP going back as far as 2002 to include a $750 million contract for Global IT services. SAIC is an employee owned company with $6.1 Billion in revenue and has offices in 150 cities around the globe. The revenue comes from
* National Security
* Homeland Defense
* Energy
* Environment
* Telecommunications
* Healthcare
* Transportation
So if not oil then what do we put into our gas tanks? Algae!!

http://www.cnn.com/video/?/video/bestoftv/2010/06/17/nr.holmes.algea.fuel.cnn

Even more Federal action on this. Obama has awarded $80.0 in research grants for algae and bio-mass fuels. The Pentagon has mandated that the Air Force be 50/50 in use of fossil fuels and bio-fuel by 2012.

If Cap and Trade or any new name they attached to this 'junk' legislation and life altering bill does not pass, understand, it really doesn't matter except it would be cheaper for taxpayers in the end to pass this bill. What??? You Ask? Well, understand, Obama is having to look like a fool spending TARP and Stimulus money to back-door the bio-fuel, algae, urea agenda. He would look better if he did not have to spend this money but rather force Cap and Trade to generate tax revenue. Either way, taxpayers and just violated and scammed in the end.

Contract With BP Has Clause To Limit Anadarko Liability-Source
By Isabel Ordonez, Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES

HOUSTON -(Dow Jones)- BP PLC's (BP) contract to operate the leaking Macondo well contains a clause that could limit the liability of minority partner Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC), a person familiar with the agreement said.The contract, the person said, is similar to others used in offshore drilling in which the operator assumes the cost of mistakes in case of gross negligence, the person said.Anadarko, which owns 25% of the well, has seen its shares hit hard in recent weeks as investors brace for the possibility that the Houston-based company could be on the hook for a proportional share of the costs resulting from the leak--an amount that could reach tens of billions of dollars. The confirmation that the joint operating agreement with BP contains a gross negligence clause could substantially reduce the company's potential liability andthatoffellow minority partner Mitsui & Co. Ltd. (8031.TO).BP could be liable for 100% of damages if gross negligence is proven, said Jacqueline Weaver, who teaches energy law at the University of Houston Law Center. U.S. lawmakers said this week that BP made decisions that increased the risk of a blow-out at the well to save the company time or expense. BP didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.The uncertainty about Anadarko's liability underscores the unprecedented nature of the crisis that began in April, when a Transocean Ltd. (RIG) drilling for BP in the U.S. Gulf exploded and sank, unleashing the largest offshore spill the country has ever seen. BP so far has spent more than $1.6 billion dollars in cleaning up the spill, and its ultimate liability could be much higher. On Wednesday, the company agreed to establish a $20 billion escrow account to pay for damages.

Anadarko said Wednesday it had been invoiced by BP for its share of clean-up costs, although it didn't disclose the amount.Analysts with investment bank UBS estimate that the total cost of the operation could reach between $20 billion and $50 billion, a figure based on what Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) paid for the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill. But the analysts said that if Anadarko ends up paying a quarter of that cost, it could survive.

If Anadarko's liability comes in at the low end of the range, or $5 billion, the company could "easily" afford it, UBS analyst William Featherston said. Anadarko currently has $3.7 billion in cash and an unused credit capacity of $ 1.3 billion. Additionally, it has assets that are not producing cash in the onshore U.S. and offshore Africa with an estimated value of $14 billion.If the price tag is larger than that, Anadarko would have to issue equity and sell a large percentage of its international and U.S. Gulf of Mexico nonproducing discoveries. But even if it had to pay $12.5 billion, the company will be able to bear the financial burden, Featherston said.

Investors have been bracing for a worse outcome than what analysts have imagined. Anadarko's shares have tumbled 40% since April 20, the day the rig exploded. The decline sharpened last week--Anadarko was down 19% on Wednesday alone--in a move that Barclays Capital analysts said was "disproportionate" to the highest amount of money Anadarko could be liable for. The stock was trading Wednesday afternoon at $42.70, down 4.5% from the previous session. BP has said it won't be limited by the $75 million cap on oil spill economic damages established under the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 and that it won't seek reimbursement from a federal trust fund. But Anadarko has refrained from openly joining BP in that stance: Spokesman John Christiansen said in an emailed statement that the company will do what is "right" and that questions regarding itsliabilitywillbe answered "at the appropriate time."

Now lets visit some of Obama's Czars:

Vivek Kundra, is he a phony? http://ragingdebate.com/politics/special-report-is-us-chief-information-officer-cio-vivek-kundra-a-phony

Steve Chu, this is the guy who wants all homes to have white roofs
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/5389278/Obamas-green-guru-calls-for-white-roofs.html

How about John Holdren who wants to fertilize the oceans?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/apr/08/geo-engineering-john-holdren

Ok what else?

DARPA: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency They testing for production of refined algae into jet fuel. DARPA expects to produce 50 million gallons by 2011. So who tells and pays DARPA? Yep you guessed it, SAIC and General Atomics.

Lets go back to the Gulf of Mexico. MMS is responsible for the offshore drilling leases in ALL Federal waters. Under that 2009 contract to SAIC to study the loop current, it seems knowledge is only good to 3000'. Beyond 3000' there are highly significant larger stresses put on drilling platforms, anchoring systems and risers. Below 10,000' the pipe must be flexible because of variations in the strength and direction of the currents and the pipes are quite likely to break. Because engineers topside cannot see or predict currents but they often feel them, they must shut down the rigs until conditions become safer. Technology yet has not reached the depths and associated currents to measure the whole risk. Currently, all conditions are measured by SAIC through satellite remote sensing but only to 3000'.

Now lets look at Bill Clinton and the Clinton Global Initiative: http://www51.honeywell.com/sustainable-opportunity/our-values-our-commitments.html Also check this link: http://cleantech.com/news/4010/US-military-funds-35M-research-algae-jet-fuel Let us NOT forget, this is all capitalism at it's best when it comes to corporations providing goods and services and jobs especially to the Federal govt. @spongedocks
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Now I will add to it. Please bear with me on all the links. I will outline each to save time. Links are to source and reference so you can all see where we got the info.

BP Ponies Up $10M For Algae Biofuels

BP is ponying up $10 million for a partnership with Martek Biosciences to study the use of algae to convert sugar into biodiesel. BP isn’t the only oil major — or government agency — to show an interest in the prospect of commercially viable algal-based fuels. Just last month ExxonMobil committed $600 million in a partnership with Synthetic Genomics to develop next-generation biofuels from algae.

The investment numbers are small compared to the oil giant’s overall capital expenditure budget. BP invested $1.4 billion in alternative energy in 2008

http://industry.bnet.com/energy/10001820/bp-ponies-up-10m-for-algae-biofuels-in-martek-deal/

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Exxon’s algae

Exxon, the west’s biggest oil company, has launched a new research programme into producing biofuels from algae, in a break from its general antipathy towards alternative energy.

http://royaldutchshellplc.com/2009/07/15/exxons-algae/
http://ht.ly/20Mmr

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CEO envisions a Gulf Coast algae boom
When Paul Woods looks at the Texas Gulf Coast, with its heavy industry, large tracts of flat land and muddy salt water, he thinks two words: algae farms.
http://carboncapture.us/docs/houstonchronicle_090810.htm
http://ht.ly/20MtT

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Entrepreneurs Wade Into the 'Dead Zone'
Ambitious Bid to Turn Algae Into Biofuel Taps Mother Nature

Every spring, fertilizer runoff from the U.S. Mississippi River floods into the Gulf of Mexico, causing a massive algae bloom that leads to a giant oxygen-deprived "dead zone" where fish can't survive.

Now, this annual problem is getting new attention, not from marine scientists but from entrepreneurs looking for a new domestic source of fuel. And one start-up sees fish themselves being part of the process.

The algae blooms are spawned each year as the farmland runoff from as far away as Montana flows into rivers, eventually reaching the Mississippi and flowing into Louisiana bayous and out into the Gulf of Mexico. These nutrients are a buffet for the floating algae, or phytoplankton, which are simple sea organisms that eat and reproduce quickly. This algae bloom eventually sinks and feeds an array for bacteria, which suck up so much oxygen that fish and plants either move away or perish.

These so-called hypoxic areas exist around the world, and there were as many as 200 in North America in the spring, says Robert J. Diaz, a professor of marine science at the College of William & Mary in Virginia. The Gulf of Mexico dead zone is the second largest in the world, after one in the Baltic Sea.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125003834803724511.html
http://ht.ly/20MyI

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A Breakthrough Technology to Transform Algae into Oil
Executive Summary

OriginOil, Inc. is a public company trading on the NASDAQ Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board

(OTCBB) market under the symbol "OOIL.”

Overview OriginOil, Inc. is developing a breakthrough technology that will transform algae, the most promising source of renewable oil, into a true competitor to petroleum.

A perfect storm has brought algae to the forefront in the biofuel arena.

A host of factors, including rising oil prices, global warming, and the rapid industrialization of China and India, have greatly increased the demand for a renewable alternative to petroleum.

Worldwide investment in biofuels rose from $5 billion in 1995 to $38 billion in 2005 and is expected to top $100 billion by 2010, thanks to investors like Richard Branson and George Soros, GE and BP, Ford and Shell, Cargill and the Carlyle Group. Renewable fuels have indeed become a rallying cry for the green movement.

A Breakthrough Technology to Transform Algae into Oil
http://www.investorideas.com/co/ooil/pdf/OriginOilES.pdf (PDF 6 Pages)
http://ht.ly/20MNR

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George Soros on the Clean-Energy Economy
http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/10/14/george-soros-on-the-green-energy-economy/
http://ht.ly/20MRa

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"Valero Invests in Algenol: What’s Going On?" (VLO)

From Greentech:

After becoming the third-largest ethanol producer in the U.S. through acquisitions, Valero continues its diversification.

Climateer Investing: "Valero Invests in Algenol: What's Going On?" (VLO)
http://climateerinvest.blogspot.com/2010/05/valero-invests-in-algenol-whats-going.html
http://ht.ly/20N1z

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Soros to Invest $1 Billion in Clean Energy, Form Advisory Group

Billionaire George Soros , looking to address the “political problem” of climate change, said he will invest $1 billion in clean-energy technology and create an organization to advise policy makers on environmental issues.

(Although on paper he is neither President or Congress)!!

Soros to Invest $1 Billion in Clean Energy, Form Advisory Group
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=aMU3BkV3yqPU
http://ht.ly/20NyL

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These next links via another teammate, Czargazing and his wonderful wife:

Oil spill: A blessing in disguise for biofuel stocks
http://www.commodityonline.com/news/Oil-spill-A-blessing-in-disguise-for-biofuel-stocks-28769-3-1.html
http://is.gd/cWT3D

Honeywell is in neck deep with the CCX, Clinton Global Initiative, etc.

Honeywell's Environmental Values: A Comprehensive Commitment
http://www51.honeywell.com/sustainable-opportunity/our-values-our-commitments.html
http://is.gd/cWRaT

General Atomics is also partnered with Honeywell for a separate Pentagon jet bio fuel contract

US military funds $35M in research of algae-based jet fuel
http://cleantech.com/news/4010/US-military-funds-35M-research-algae-jet-fuel
http://is.gd/cWR6e

SAIC Awarded $21M Blanket Purchase Agreement For Biomass Engineering
http://www.greencarcongress.com/2010/03/rwbeck-20100312.html
http://is.gd/cWCSP

SAIC handles "Communications in Support of Comprehensive Emergency Management" for Dept. of Homeland Security including SONS. (SONS = Spill of National Significance Program).

SAIC Gulf of Mexico Loop Current Report 2009

Unlocking the Deep Secrets of a River That Flows Through the Gulf of Mexico
The Gulf Loop Current is a rapidly moving “river” of warm water that courses through the eastern Gulf of Mexico, creating currents and eddies that reach thousands of feet in depth.
http://www.saic.com/news/saicmag/2009/river.html
http://is.gd/cWGnb

MMS wants study to "gauge the risk of an oil spill on a particular tract"

General Atomics is the company partnered with SAIC for the massive Pentagon bio jet fuel contract

US scientists believe they will soon be able to use algae to produce biofuel for the same cost as fossil fuels
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/feb/13/algae-solve-pentagon-fuel-problem
http://is.gd/cWytB

Obama keeping DoD Sec. Gates as the only Bush hold-over in the cabinet may make more sense - Gates was SAIC board member

Robert Gates - Wiki
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Gates#Corporate_boards
http://is.gd/cWBxe

SAIC has handled all of BP's IT since 2002

SAIC extends global relationship with BP.
http://www.allbusiness.com/technology/databases-database-technologies-systems/239793-1.html
http://is.gd/cWAKy

2008 - SAIC to study GoM Loop Current 2 see the affects of oil spill movements

GULF OF MEXICO - Plenty of spare capacity
http://www.offshore-mag.com/index/article-display/345927/articles/offshore/volume-68/issue-11/departments/gulf-of-mexico/gulf-of-mexico.html
http://is.gd/cWzwa

SAIC/Pentagon algae oil

Algae to solve the Pentagon's jet fuel problem
US scientists believe they will soon be able to use algae to produce biofuel for the same cost as fossil fuels
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/feb/13/algae-solve-pentagon-fuel-problem
http://is.gd/cWytB

Obama Science Czar, John Holdren, seeding the ocean with algae is great way to soak up atmospheric carbon dioxide


Obama climate adviser open to geo-engineering to tackle global warming
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/apr/08/geo-engineering-john-holdren
http://is.gd/cWsXK

USDA says algae is a "green alternative" to improving water quality in Chesapeake Bay, which the USDA is in charge of

Algae Advances as a “Green” Alternative for Improving Water Quality
http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/pr/2010/100507.htm
http://is.gd/cWsQH

Nalco & DoE ARPA-E project: capture carbon from coal plants,use carbon 2 seed algae growth 4 enhanced biofuels - Oct '09

Nalco Carbon Project Selected for New Department of Energy Advanced Research Funding
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUS228599+26-Oct-2009+GNW20091026
http://is.gd/cWtQ0

Urea is the largest waste product of many chem cos.. Nalco has tons of it. Urea costs lots of money to dispose of.

Once the oil is long gone, the urea and algae blooms created will be more than enough to sustain the biofuel "plantation" created

The algae and bacteria "break down" the hydrocarbons by design

Dispersant increases the bioaccumulation of petroleum hydrocarbons into golden-brown algae.
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/toxic-article/dispersant-increases-bioaccumulation-petroleum-hydrocarbons-golden-brown-algae
http://is.gd/cTvTV

Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 1998 Aug ;35(2):268-73.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9680519

NASA tracking Great Lake algae blooms since '07

Tracking Erie's deadly algae
NASA's new scanner helps keep an eye on a growing problem

http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/science/stories/2007/09/25/sci_Eriealgae.ART_ART_09-25-07_B4_7H7UMMK.html
http://is.gd/cRHXQ

Want 2 spread project 2 other waters in FL & elsewhere

Algae warning system tried out in Lake Erie - Work stretches from Monroe to Sandusky
http://www.toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090921/NEWS16/909210321
http://is.gd/cRI2T

Obama appoints lesser known "Chesapeake Bay Czar" prior 2 appointing "Great Lakes Czar". Chesapeake Czar J. Charles Fox

Obama Taps Cameron Davis As Great Lakes Czar
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/06/04/obama-taps-cameron-davis_n_211315.html
http://is.gd/cQyqH



Joyce Foundation's interest in Great Lakes and Everglades
http://www.joycefdn.org/content.cfm/think-big
http://is.gd/cQxRH

Coskata's James Fawley previously worked for BP for 13 years including heading BP's "Biofuels Strategy"

Quote:James Fawley
Vice President, Strategic Business Development

James Fawley joined in 2009 as Coskata’s Vice President of Strategic Development. In this role, he will continue to develop Coskata’s long term strategy, as well as the business partnerships required to execute on that plan as the company moves towards commercialization.

He brings with him a long track record of success within the energy industry, specifically with creating and deploying the strategies to lead an organization through change, while managing the exemplary performance of a large and diverse team.

Prior to Coskata, James spent over 13 years with BP working across many critical functions of the company from finance and business development to communications and management. Most recently, James led the strategy team for BP’s new Biofuels business where he directed a comprehensive global strategy review and delivered regional participation plans for BP to invest billions of dollars and create a leadership position in a material new corporate division.

James received a B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago and received his M.B.A. from the University of Michigan.
http://www.coskata.com/company/leadership.asp
http://is.gd/cQtix

Total S.A. (oil company implicated in Saddam and Maurice Strong oil-for-food scandal) buys stake in Coskata in April

Total Takes Stakes in Coskata
http://www.downstreamtoday.com/%28X%281%29S%28j1jp4i3kilbg3rrsksstvk45%29%29/news/article.aspx?a_id=22463&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1
http://is.gd/cQvc9

Total S.A. a "significant investor" in Iranian energy sector
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_S.A.#Controversies
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703691804575254554231664686.html?mod=WSJ_hps_LEFTTopStories
http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d10515r.pdf
http://is.gd/cQvoG

Coskata's James Fawley previously worked for BP for 13 years including heading BP's "Biofuels Strategy"


http://is.gd/cQtix

Coskata started by Great Point Ventures
http://www.greatpointventures.com/
http://is.gd/cQtO9

Great Point and Coskata are points of interest on Nantucket
http://www.lighthouse.cc/greatpoint/
http://is.gd/cQtRt

General Motors finances ethanol maker Coskata
http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/energy/environment/2008-01-13-gm-ethanol-coskata_N.htm
http://is.gd/cQtBC

Coskata partners with General Motors
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coskata,_Inc.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/chi-mon_garbage_0114jan14,0,5744268.story?coll=sns-travel-headlines
http://is.gd/cQtrU

Coskata (creating Everglades biofuel plant w/ US Sugar) leadership team all former Nalco execs. & Univ. of Chicago grads

Coskata Inc: Company Directors and Leadership
http://www.coskata.com/company/leadership.asp
http://is.gd/cQtix

Florida becomes biofuels start-up incubator, Gov. Crist Announces at 2009 Farm to Fuel Summit

Florida becomes biofuels start-up incubator
http://www.ethanolproducer.com/article.jsp?article_id=5970
http://is.gd/cOS0W

Blackstone Group consult Chesapeake Bay region energy provider Constellation Energy to sell company to Warren Buffet (Berkshire Hathaway)

US Sugar partner w/ Coskata Inc. 2 build mammoth ethanol plant. See Coskata ties 2 Blackstone Group & Argonne Lab

Coskata Inc: Company Profile
http://www.coskata.com/company/
http://is.gd/cNNv8

After selling land, US Sugar also decides to install "mammoth cellulosic ethanol facility" in Everglades

Coskata to look at viability of mammoth ethanol facility
http://www.biofuelreview.com/content/view/1783/
http://is.gd/cNNdF

A look @ the Everglades Foundation. strange and mult. ties 2 Chicago, Freepress.org, biofuels, progressives, etc.

Harvey Wasserman: Everglades Foundation
http://www.saveoureverglades.org/article.php?id=14
http://is.gd/cNMHM

Further progressive attacks on wetlands! Remember the $103 million for the Everglades in Obama's stimulus?

Everglades projects get $103M from stimulus
http://www.saveoureverglades.org/article2.php?id=363
http://is.gd/cNMoD

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Obama to make $85 million from BP disaster

From adamdodson;

“Goldman Sachs wasn’t alone either in its astute “foreknowledge” of the collapse of BP’s stock value due to the Gulf disaster as BP’s own chief executive, Tony Hayward, sold about one-third of his shares weeks before this catastrophe began unfolding too.

But according to this FSB report the largest seller of BP stock in the weeks before this disaster occurred was the American investment company known as Vanguard who through two of their financial arms (Vanguard Windsor II Investor and Vanguard Windsor Investor) unloaded over 1.5 million shares of BP stock saving their investors hundreds of millions of dollars, chief among them President Obama.

For though little known by the American people, their President Obama holds all of his wealth in just two Vanguard funds, Vanguard 500 Index Fund where he has 3 accounts and the Vanguard FTSE Social Index Fund where he holds another 3 accounts, all six of which the FSB estimates will earn Obama $85 million.

Obama to make $85 million from BP disaster?

“Goldman Sachs wasn’t alone either in its astute “foreknowledge” of the collapse of BP’s stock value due to the Gulf disaster as BP’s own chief executive, Tony Hayward, sold about one-third of his shares weeks before this catastrophe began unfolding too.

But according to this FSB report the largest seller of BP stock in the weeks before this disaster occurred was the American investment company known as Vanguard who through two of their financial arms (Vanguard Windsor II Investor and Vanguard Windsor Investor) unloaded over 1.5 million shares of BP stock saving their investors hundreds of millions of dollars, chief among them President Obama.

For though little known by the American people, their President Obama holds all of his wealth in just two Vanguard funds, Vanguard 500 Index Fund where he has 3 accounts and the Vanguard FTSE Social Index Fund where he holds another 3 accounts, all six of which the FSB estimates will earn Obama nearly $8.5 million a year and which over 10 years will equal the staggering sum of $85 million.

The FSB further estimates in this report that through Obama’s 3 accounts in the Vanguard 500 Index Fund he stands to make another $100 million over the next 10 years as their largest stock holding is in the energy giant Exxon Mobil they believe will eventually acquire BP and all of their assets for what will be essentially a “rock bottom” price and which very predictably BP has hired Goldman Sachs to advise them on.

Important to note is that none of this wealth Obama, Goldman Sachs, and other American elites is acquiring would be possible without this disaster, all of whom, as the evidence shows, “somehow” knew what was going to happen before it actually did, including the US energy giant Halliburton who 2 weeks prior to this disaster just happened to purchase the World’s largest oil disaster service company Boots & Coots”.

Source: http://www.twawki.com/?p=6768

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There is a lot more to this story, but I hope we have given you enough information to realize this oil situation and lack of response is not incompetence. Quite the contrary.

The oil and damnage will continue until Congress caves and passes C&T, O seizes control of all neergy and his agenda advances.

Taking out the south is a bonus. It won't hurt the Algae or the trillions in Carbon and global warming scams.

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As a post note, they may have bore into a volcanic shelf. That's another story begging to be told.

If that is true, this situation is far worse than imaginable.

Still researching that angle. Stay tuned!
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http://www.blogster.com/joannemor/startling-reveletions-more-going-on-in-the-gulf-of-mexico-than-an-oil-spill
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06-23-2010, 03:39 AM,
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Say, FastTadpole, this is a very interesting find. It all sounds quite plausible. Not sure if her synopsis is true, or just a figment of her imagination. I mean the links certainly go to quite a few places.

Time will tell.
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06-23-2010, 06:18 PM,
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Interesting. Whether this is what's actually at play, could be. It could be. However, I'm going to nitpick a little bit on the manner by which hypoxic zones form.
(06-22-2010, 02:10 PM)FastTadpole Wrote: A dead zone is free of life or ability to sustain it. The oil, dispersants and fertilizers deplete oxygen. It kills animals and fish, also turning their remains into fertilizer.

Finally, use Gulf as a giant Algae farm. Algae grows on water surface, getting oxygen from air, not water. Fertilizers like Urea supply much needed nitrogen. The Mississippi and the other rivers that empty into Gulf also pick up fertilizers from the many farms along the way. This feeds the Algae at the mouths of these rivers.

Hypoxic zones are caused not directly by the nitrogen and phosphorus based fertilizers. What actually happens is the fertilizers feed the algae which causes larger blooms. The algae in turn pulls the oxygen from the water which forces mobile sea life out of the area and kills non-mobile sea life.
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Quote:Big oil eyes algae to solve biofuel problems
EurActiv.com, 29 July 2009 - Oil giants such as Shell and ExxonMobil are pouring millions of research funding into algae in the hope that the technology can solve environmental problems associated with intensive crop cultivation for biofuels. Raffaello Garofalo, executive director of the European Algae Biomass Association (EABA), outlines the potential and challenges of algae in an interview with EurActiv.

With ethanol and biodiesel coming under fire for driving up food prices and putting biodiversity at risk, the EU has committed to 'second-generation' biofuels as a cleaner alternative.

Algae grows best in seawater, which comes in virtually unlimited supply, the Italian points out. And the micro-organism seems to be particularly fond of polluted seawater, which helps it grow at exponential rates.

"In all polluted sea places, there is a phenomenon which happens naturally called eutrophication, which means there is an over-growth of algae," says Garofalo. "Precisely because pollution brings excess nutrients to the algae and therefore they grow exponentially."

The idea, he says, is to feed the polluted water to the algae via transparent plastic tubes, using what industry specialists call a bio-reactor. The algae absorb the pollution as a nutrient, and the water can then be returned back to the ocean cleaner than it was when it entered, he explains. In the meantime, the algae grow into biomass, which can be used for biofuels.


US oil major ExxonMobil recently launched a $600 million research programme in cooperation with Synthetic Genomics, Inc. (SGI) to develop, test and produce biofuels from photosynthetic algae. "While significant work and years of research and development still must be completed, if successful, algae-based fuels could help meet the world's growing demand for transportation fuel while reducing greenhouse gas emissions," said Michael Dolan, senior vice-president of ExxonMobil.

Shell launched its own research project in December 2007 to study the commercial viability of selected algae strains at a Hawaii-based facility. "Algae have great potential as a sustainable feedstock for producing diesel-type fuels with a very small CO2 footprint," said Graeme Sweeney, Shell's executive vice-president for future fuels and CO2. "This demonstration will be an important test of the technology and, critically, of commercial viability."
This is only an excerpt full article available here: http://www.euractiv.com/en/innovation/eaba-promises-challenges-algae-biofuels/article-184482

The European Algae Biomass Association (EABA)is leading this charge in lobbying the EU.

http://www.wbcsd.org/plugins/DocSearch/details.asp?type=DocDet&ObjectId=MzUxNzk

Concerning documents. I've found a lot of WBCSD, UNEP, IETA and SEFI documents that point towards a large push to biofuels. Algae is not singled out as a source but biofuels is a blanket term. Wind and solar are also promoted. Select companies would be granted UN / World Bank / IMF Issued Carbon Bonds. Governments are being encouraged to give grants, tax breaks and subsidy. IETA suggests that the public part of liabilities would be backed by $12T of pension funds, government loans (the collatoral is our and our kids future labour), public taxation, donations and fees and levies on Carbon dioxide as high as . Bottom line, the public is funding these select private companies one way or another.

The Sustainable Energy Finance Initiative (UN Body)

Canada Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC)
Chile CORFO Renewable Energy Centre
Energy Efficiency Programme, National Energy Commission
Finland Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund
Ireland Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland (SEAI)
Mexico FIRA - Agricultural Trust Funds Development Bank
UK Carbon Trust

It aims to help both developed and emerging markets strengthen public finance approaches in the clean energy sector.
http://www.sefalliance.org/

Other companies pushing to use public funds for green energy research and deployment.

GVEP International
http://www.gvepinternational.org/

It's main regional partners include:
Mediterranean Renewable Energy Center (MEDREC)
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
Econergy International Corporation
Development Bank of Japan
African Development Bank (AfDB)
European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

They are promoting 236 funding companies including Carbon Finance, Debt Capital, Insurance, Microfinance and Private Equities.
Full list (login required) avaiable at : http://www.sef-directory.net/

Many of these funds come from these institutions.
Global Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Fund
Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) of the Inter American Development Bank (IADB)
Rabo Sustainability Fund
Triodos Bank

Using all these companies / banks to fund this will cloak involvement but at the top are multi-nationals in finance and banking.

The way they are going to try to get full support for this funding is through the cleanup of the Gulf with algae with their partners and subsidiaries getting funding through you and me.

ExxonMobil to Launch Biofuels Programme
14 July 2009
http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/exxonmobil/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&ndmConfigId=1001106&newsId=20090714005554&newsLang=en

Shell and HR Biopetroleum build facility to grow algae for biofuel
11 Dec. 2007
http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/exxonmobil/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&ndmConfigId=1001106&newsId=20090714005554&newsLang=en

European Algae Biomass Association (EABA)
http://www.eaba-association.eu/

Here's some more promos for Algae:

Advanced Biofuels and Biomass Markets, Producer Profiles, and Commercialization Outlook
http://www.emerging-markets.com/algae/Algae2020StudyandCommercializationOutlook.pdf

It has something interesting at the end.

I also noticed several of CRU emails that were CC'd to Sir Richard Sykes and David Hone both of Royal Dutch Shell.

David Hone

Lived in Canada, Netherlands, Australia
Climate Change Advisor for Shell
Vice Chairman of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA).
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Chemical Engineering Degree
http://blogs.shell.com/climatechange/more-about-me/

Sir Richard Sykes

Former Shell Positions Held:
Geologist (1975)
Exploration and Production
Chief Geologist in Petroleum Development Oman
Regional Business Manager, Nigeria (Deep Water Drilling)
Liquefied Natural Gas Chairman
Group Environmental Advisor (most recent until 2007)

Current Postings:
Executive Secretary of the International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA) since 2007
Rector of Imperial College London
Chairman of NHS London
Chairman and Chief Executive of GlaxoSmithKline (GalxoWellcome)
Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Education:
Yale University, University of Cambridge, Oxford University
DSc FRS FMedSci Geology

http://www.london.nhs.uk/who-we-are/people-and-structure/our-board/board-members
http://energycenter.epfl.ch/page67476.html

This dude is connected. Interesting on the pharma connections. I won't speculate though.

I would have done Exxon too but I am not a machine. Maybe later or someone else can do that one (let me know if you do to mitigate redundancy).

I'll be publishing my findings on the Public Financing aspect (WBCSD, UNEP, IETA and SEFI documents) of the and putting it up on the tracker soon. That will be a whole new forum thread. Stay tuned, I appreciate your feedback.
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07-07-2010, 04:15 AM,
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Very good. Thanks.
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07-07-2010, 05:45 AM,
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Quote:RSB Governance

The Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels is governed by a Steering Board made up of representatives from the seven stakeholder chambers. To ensure equal representation, most chambers are required to elect one of their representatives on the Steering Board from a country in the global North (developed) and one from a country in the global South (developing). The Steering Board is intended to represent the range of different stakeholders involved in sustainable biofuels producion and processing. Steering Board members serve in a personal capacity, and do not represent their company or sector as a whole LOL

   

The RSB convenes Expert Groups made up of RSB members and outside experts to study certain issues (e.g. GHG accounting, indirect impacts, implementation, etc...). Expert Groups remain active until the specific issue has been aequately addressed, at which point they are deactivated.
http://energycenter.epfl.ch/page67476.html

The chair is our old buddy from Shell, Sir Richard Sykes. Who was sent a few emails from the CRU loop.

Recent & Upcoming Conferences:

World Biofuels Markets '10
March 15-17, 2010
http://www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/speakers.html
http://www.slideshare.net/GreenPowerConferences/world-biofuels-markets-2010

JatrophaWorld 2010
06-07 Oct, 2010 - Rotterdam
http://www.cmtevents.com/speakerprofiles.aspx?ev=101040&
http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=101038&

Algae Biofuel Market Projections:

   

   

   

Source: http://www.emerging-markets.com/algae/

Algae 2020: Biofuels Markets and Commercialization Outlook
http://www.emerging-markets.com/algae/Algae2020StudyandCommercializationOutlook.pdf

Instance of Establishing Markets:

Honeywell's UOP Working With Aviation and Refining Leaders in China to Create Sustainable Aviation Biofuels Industry
http://www.cmtevents.com/eventposts.aspx?feedid=887&ev=101040&

I'll update this post with more information I've garnered when I have more time. Contributions welcome. Nice to see you posting again hilly7, take care man.
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07-07-2010, 06:09 AM,
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fuck them in their ear.

they can't hear us anyway.
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07-07-2010, 06:53 AM,
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This isn't for them. It's for everyone that would be supporting the companies / governments / NGOs that are going to come up with the solution for the Gulf pollution and anywhere other dead zones. Great Lakes? Chesapeake Bay? Obama's already got tsars for them. Their hatred is focused and they are going to want a solution and they have their solution from this allegedly manufactured event. They'll be praising the cheap biodesil and the great job this government did while they are paying out of their ass for taxes and to cover the subsidies we are forced to pay.

I assume people circulate knowledge, will talk about the motives and effects. I just want to connect the dots so people to get the motive right on this one, referencing real documents from all involved. It's a collusive control net that will effect everyone. Once more people realize that they should be driven to live a life of self determinate destiny instead of being led by these corrupt forces who seek to control us.

We cannot demand it from them like children, "they can't hear us anyway". We need to grow up and create it for us.
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07-07-2010, 10:25 AM, (This post was last modified: 07-07-2010, 10:27 AM by h3rm35.)
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I can't wait 'til the federal government tries to fuck with the water in NorCal... They're going to have fun with us up here. The water bond act is going to sink like a paper ship, and we're going to beat their asses to a pulp in court.
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07-07-2010, 10:38 AM,
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Quote:I can't wait 'til the federal government tries to fuck with the water in NorCal... They're going to have fun with us up here. The water bond act is going to sink like a paper ship, and we're going to beat their asses to a pulp in court.

That will come sooner or later. The levies for the are crumbling so they'll propose growing algae in what used to be the lifeblood for California agriculture, a sacrifice to usher in the for the green economy.

More on the California Water issues:

California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
http://concen.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=30879

Good luck on your front brotha.
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07-07-2010, 05:35 PM,
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Great research but I am not convinced that this is the cohesed "reason" behind the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig incident.
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07-07-2010, 11:12 PM,
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Not so much the "reason" but it identifies an aspect of the motive behind it beyond the carbon tax and wealth transfer (actually it augments it) being drummed up in the media, the use of corexit (beyond profit); and connects a lot of the players with the manufactured science, lobbying, think tanks, corporations (oil, banking, energy, technology ..) environmental groups and government cronyism.

Here's an excerpt from the flyer:

Network with the who’s who
of the biofuels industry
Quote:BP • Shell • Petrobras • Cargill • ADM • Bunge • Monsanto •
Novozymes • Total • GE Energy • Desmet Ballestra • Evonik • Poet •
Honda • Renault • Ford • Volvo • DaimlerChrysler • Chevron • Toyota • ConocoPhillps • Agip • OK Q8 • E.On • Enel • RWE • nPower • Veolia • Iberdrola • Electrabel • EHN • Neste Oil • Statoil • Hydro • Ed&F MAN • Bioverda • Virgin Fuels • Rabobank • Goldman Sachs • Morgan Stanley • BNP Paribas • Barclays Bank • Credit Suisse • ABN AMRO • Investec •Fortis • Bank of Scotland • ING • LloydsTSB • Macquarie • Standard Bank • Dexia • Fortum • Noble Group • Abengoa • Iogen • Royal Nedalco • Samsung • Mitsubishi • Caterpillar • Bosch • MAN Ferrostaal • Wartsila • Alfa Laval • Dow • Syngenta • Akzonobel • BASF • DuPont • Tata Chemicals • Solvay • Acciona • BDI • 3i • PWC • Accenture • British Sugar •Tate & Lyle • McKinsey • Kraft Foods • Unilever •Verenium Corporation • Renewable Energy Group • World Energy •Unitec Bio • UNICA • Crop Energies • Solazyme • Virent Energy Systems • LS9 • UOP • Stora Enso • Coskata • Starsupply Renewables • Galp
Energia • UPM • PetroAlgae and many more ...
http://www.slideshare.net/GreenPowerConferences/world-biofuels-markets-2010
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07-08-2010, 02:45 AM,
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(07-07-2010, 10:25 AM)h3rm35 Wrote: I can't wait 'til the federal government tries to fuck with the water in NorCal... They're going to have fun with us up here. The water bond act is going to sink like a paper ship, and we're going to beat their asses to a pulp in court.

They own the courts so that avenue is not really an option, although it should be played. The media has already been told to back off so it isn't likely to get coverage and if it does it will be sound bites to argue their case, not ours. The web is already ready for the 100% censorship. I would agree with FastTadpole, people will hail the "success" of these people while bending over and spelling RUN.
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07-08-2010, 04:09 AM,
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Again, excellent finds, thanks.

The only things that are a mystery to me that I wonder if TPTB have overlooked:
1- Ocean filters more air and creates more O2 than any system on earth.

2- No life can exist when the ocean is dead. Plankton I am assuming can't survive in it.

3- Benzene is the most deadliest chemical out there... derived from oil.

4 - This oil has far more Methane than "surface" oil (so to speak). This same gas is thought to create "dead zones" in the Bermuda Triangle. This bubble, as I hear it, is growing and will rupture.

The average sea level Florida is 100 ft (as a whole). Years ago I heard the lowest is 6 ft below but that may be taken in account the marshes. When this Methane bubble ruptures it will devastate Florida. Some predict it will go from one side to the other, yet I can no longer find the data I read on that. Florida has really only 1 main road out, I-95, I-10 leads to another point of the Tsunami that will be created from the rupture. Here is a link though http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/5545850/methane_gas_explosion_in_the_gulf_could.html?cat=7

This one doesn't mention Florida but other states http://cdiver.net/news/gulf-oil-gusher-danger-of-tsunamis-from-methane/

If they can bring in Cap & Trade they will own All rights to All water, even ones like me where we have 4 ponds and some creeks making it illegal for us to use the water. Already they do not like cattle wading or drinking from creeks and ponds and if the water is a state creek or river you are not allowed to have cattle or use it in any way, at least here in Tn. They can then effectively control who grows the meat and what they are fed, GMO, Growth Hormones, & Steroids. Personally I made or commissioned the ponds to be made and I will cover mine up.
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07-10-2010, 09:33 AM,
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No doubt hilly7 that's the sacrifice they are willing to make to promote their new 'green' version control over the energy empire.

Quote:BP Gets Into Algae: Signs Multi-year Development Agreement with Martek Biosciences

Another fossil fuel company investing in algae: BP has announced that it will be partnering with Martek Biosciences to work on advancing development of conversion of sugars into biodiesel, using Martek's "unique algae-based technologies and intellectual property."

BP Biofuels CEO Phillip New touted the technology:

As an alternative to conventional vegetable oils, we believe sugar to diesel technology has the potential deliver economic, sustainable and scaleable biodiesel supplies. In partnering with Martek, we combine the world's leading know-how in microbial lipid production with out expertise in fuels markets and applications, and our more recent experience in biofuels production and commercialization.

This technology is also a perfect fit with out other strategic choices for biofuels...It is part of our approach of integrating sugar cane and lignocellulosic biofuels with advanced technologies to produce products with a wide range of uses.


Some of that recent experience was finding out that jatropha is much more difficult feedstock to work with on a large commercial scale that thought: BP recently disentangled itself from its partnership with D1 Oils.

Can Be Used For Diesel or Jet Fuels - 90% Emission Reductions
BP pumps up the fact that production of biofuels via the fermentation of sugars offers to potential to produce fuels with greenhouse gas emissions reductions of 80-90% below traditional fossil fuels, can be use with a wide variety of biomass feedstocks, and has the ability to tailor the end product for a variety of diesel and jet fuel needs.

In the initial phase of the multi-year collaboration Martek will perform all the R&D, for which BP will be contributing $10 million.
http://www.businessgreen.com/business-green/news/2247833/bp-ploughs-10m-algae-biofuel


Transport of the fuel doesn't seem to be a problem from where the Gulf is situated either, it would seem the perfect storm:

Quote:If algae can be profitably grown by the means now being experimented with (MIT is one of the leaders in this), I'd expect to see an industrial evolution from high CO2 installations (coal-fired power plants), to more general land-based installations, to floating installations that could feed off of atmospheric CO2, H2O from the ocean it's floating in, and the sunlight that's shining on it... and may not need much power for transport either. Just go with the current mainly, perhaps sailing around in the inside of the circular ocean currents. Let the Gulf Stream carry you in a big circle around the North Atlantic, with most of your transport energy used to cross the current to get on the "inside track." Float as long and slow as possible in those areas with the best combination of low winds and waves, and least cloud cover.
http://www.technologyreview.com/read_article.aspx?id=18443#comment-69099

Solazyme seems to have a nice relationship with treehugger.com and with Chevron as well.

Algae Biofuels

ExxonMobil Bets on Algae in First Major Biofuels Investment
Plankton Power to Build Algae Biofuel Facility on Cape Cod
Solazyme: Millions of Gallons of Algae Biodiesel Within 3 Years

Green Star Creates Breakthrough Micronutrient that Boosts Algae Growth
15 Algae Biofuels Startups to Watch
New Algae Biofuel from Sapphire Energy Chemically Identical to Gasoline

Solazyme Algae Biofuels
Solazyme B100 Algae Biodiesel Goes on the Road
Chevron Backs Solazyme to Develop Algal Biodiesel Technology

More on Solazyme Algae Biodiesel
Solazyme targets algae fuel in three years
Solazyme Hopes to Mass-Produce Algae Biodiesel in Three Years

One final snippet for today. A synergy between the nitrogen getting dumped into a previous the Gulf Dead Zone that was created by massive Corn monoculture for ethanol.

   
Source: Dead zone in gulf linked to ethanol production
Carolyn Lochhead, Chronicle Washington Bureau
San Francisco Chronicle July 6, 2010 04:00 AM
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/07/05/MNF91E84SL.DTL
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