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Bio-Fuels: The Case for Micro-Algae
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Decided to create a new discussion thread focused upon Algae based bio-fuels. Constantly find new links for companies in the the field, but tired of bookmarking them. They will go here as a ready reference.

sapphireenergy.com

valcent.net

greencrudeproduction.com

solazyme.com

greenfuelonline.com

petrosuninc.com

And one of the better references for algae based bio-diesel is probably Oilgae:

oilgae.com
wood-pellet-ireland.blogspot.com

Interesting links:

scribemedia.org
verticalfarm.com

algalbiomass.org

peswiki.com

Martek Biosciences

martek.com
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121Corbion Wins Court Approval to Buy TerraVia for $20 Million BY Dow Jones & Crichardred-9/30/2017
120Solazyme Focuses Its Break through Algae Platform to Redefine the Future of Foodrichardred13/11/2016
119RE- SZYM/ Not Cramerized- Not liking it yet. Published: Friday, 7 Mar 2014 | richardred-3/7/2014
118I bought some today on the pullback. IMO it's a story stock, and I don'richardred-2/28/2014
117I agree. Their earnings call was upbeat: seekingalpha.comA.J. Mullen-2/27/2014
116The company missed it's earnings numbers, but the market shook it off. IMO richardred-2/27/2014
115>Just curious if their product line is price competitive (or has some physicarichardred12/14/2014
114SZYM has sidelined fuel in favor of more lucrative oils - at least temporarily. A.J. Mullen22/14/2014
113I think its great that they are getting some sales.. Just curious if their proHawkmoon-2/14/2014
112Solazyme Announces U.S. Commercial Production of Renewable™ Algal Oils at Iowa Frichardred-1/31/2014
111Solyndra revisited? From Algae to Oil In Just One Hour Researchers at the PacifCondo-12/24/2013
110It seems we already know how to breed BG and other algaes. We start with a pure E. Charters-7/29/2011
109Subject 58147 .jmhollen-4/17/2011
108Algal Fuels Could Cut Oil Imports 17 Percent ... “Water is an important considerCondo-4/16/2011
107See also: VRAL = lipid multiplication for Biodiesel cost reduction. .jmhollen-4/4/2011
106<i>Big Sugar may not like this, but moonshiners will!</i> <u>Condo-3/29/2011
105Message 27222906 .jmhollen23/9/2011
104O/T FYI: henryrepeating.com .jmhollen12/12/2011
103LOL.. Believe me.. I was prepared.. I'd taken my PWS with me.. primaryweapHawkmoon-2/11/2011
102There's a lot to be said for having one of those large, water-tight plastic jmhollen-2/11/2011
101Check out VRAL: Subject 58147 Potential hook-up with Solazyme and other big najmhollen-2/11/2011
100I'll grab the 100th post! Dupont just recently bought Danisco. Message 238richardred11/23/2011
99<i>Once upon a time, a few months after being posted to northern Nevada, IHawkmoon11/23/2011
98<i>it's a very cool story that could have major ramifications for agriCondo-1/23/2011
97I doubt this would apply to algae, but it's a very cool story that could havHawkmoon21/22/2011
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