DAX+0,86 % EUR/USD-0,03 % Gold0,00 % Öl (Brent)0,00 %

Aus Müll wird Ethanol gewonnen - 500 Beiträge pro Seite



Beitrag schreiben

Begriffe und/oder Benutzer

 

WASHINGTON, DC -- (MARKTCLeitung) -- 04/04/2006 -- Fuel Frontiers, Inc. (FFI), eine Tochtergesellschaft von Nuclear Solutions, Inc. (OTC BB: NSOL ) früher bekannt als Future Fuels, Inc., heute verkündet, daß es die Beratungsdienste von Douglas A. Durante behalten hat. "Doug Durante hat eine instrumentelle Rolle gespielt, wenn er den Äthanolmarkt entwickelte und ist der führende Äthanolantragsteller auf den Niveaus der Regierung und des privaten Sektors da die frühen Tage der Mais-gegründeten Programme gewesen. Management FFIs hat eine Verbindung 20-year mit Herrn Durante und sein Unternehmen in den Bereichen von Energie und von Klima gehabt, und wir begrüßen die Erweiterung dieses zur Unterstützung unseres Äthanolprogramms. Er arbeitet auf dem Politikniveau und mit den Bundes- und Zustandagenturen zum Sicherstellen, daß FFI die beste Programmunterstützung empfängt. Gleichzeitig hilft er Wille FFI, unsere Äthanolprojekte zu organisieren, "Präsident Jack Young der Anmerkungen FFI. Als Teil seiner Beratungsdienste rät Herr Durante, zusätzlich zum Zur Verfügung stellen von Informationen und von Daten über die Äthanolindustrie, FFI auf den Herausforderungen und den Gelegenheiten es Gesichter, wie es Wahlen für das Eintragen und das Liefern des Äthanolmarktes entwickelt und ausübt.

Wenn mehr als 25 Jahre Erfahrung mit dem STAATKONGRESS arbeiten und die Bundesämter wie die Abteilungen von Energie und Landwirtschaft sowie die Umweltschutzagentur VEREINIGTER STAATEN auf den Gebieten von Energie, bezogen Transport, das Klima und die Arbeitenprojekte auf alternativen Kraftstoffen, Kohleschmiererohrleitungen, zwischenstaatlicher Handel, Landwirtschaft, und Steuerpolitik, Herr Durante ist Präsident von Durante Associates, Inc. ( www.DuranteAssociates.com ) und Gründer und Hauptleiterdirektor der sauberen Kraftstoffentwicklungskoalition. Washington D.C.-based Durante Associates, Inc. ist eine feste Spezialisierung Beratens auf Regierungsangelegenheiten und geschäftliche Entwicklung auf den Energiesektor und die ähnlichen Bereiche.

Weiter fährt Herr Durante fort, die saubere Kraftstoffentwicklungskoalition, die eine broad-based Mitgliedschaft des Äthanols anzieht, Automobil, landwirtschaftlich, und die Technikorganisationen in vom Land zu führen zur Unterstützung der sauberen Transportkraftstoffe wie auswechselbares Äthanol. Er ist ein Mitglied der der Äthanolkoalitionlebendmasse der Regler Gutachterkommission und hat zu den Dutzenden Äthanolstudien in den VEREINIGTEN STAATEN und auswärts beigetragen. "ich bin in die Äthanolindustrie seit seiner Gründung in die späten siebziger Jahre miteinbezogen worden, und ich freue sehr viel, mein Wissen in der Politik, Marketing anzuwenden und gesamte Projektentwicklung auf einer Beratengrundlage in Richtung zur Unterstützung von FFI tragen den Äthanolmarkt," Anteilherr Durante ein.

Hervorgehobene Verbindungen
KerncLösungen, Inc..

Präsident Nuclear Solutions, Inc. und CEO Patrick Herda fügt, "das NamensDoug Durante hinzu und Äthanol sind fast synonym. Doug ist eine Hauptantriebskraft hinter der Entwicklung der Äthanolindustrie gewesen, und wir glauben, daß die FFI-Standplätze zum unermeßlich Profitieren von der Fachkenntnis und Erfahren er anbietet.",

FFI schlägt vor, die im Handel erhältliche und nachgewiesene Technologie zum Umwandeln des Niedrigwertes, kohlenstoffhaltige Abfälle des Ende-von-Lebens wie überschüssige Kohle, benutzte Gummireifen, Holzabfälle, rohes Abwasser, Lebendmasse, städtischer Feststoff, weggeworfene Maisstiele und andere landwirtschaftliche Nebenerscheinungen, in high-value, umweltsmäßig freundliches, sauber-brennendes Äthanol einzuführen. FFI plant eine 52 Million GallonenVergeuden-zuäthanol-Produktionsanlage im Fluß Toms, neues Jersey, für das er bereits Land, Klimaerlaubnis, die Viehbestandquellen, die für Umwandlung in Äthanol verwendbar sind, einen 10-Jahr-Äthanolerwerbsvertrag und einleitende Zustimmung für eine Bondermächtigung $84 Million vom Zustand von neuem Jersey gesichert hat. Seine globale strategische Bündnisvereinbarung mit Connecticut-gegründetem Startech Environmental Corporation liefert FFI-Zugang Startechs zum System des erfinderischen, erwiesenen und eigenen Plasmakonverters ". Dieses ermöglicht FFIs geplantem Service, die Viehbestandmaterialien in Äthanol umzuwandeln. Fluss-Service Toms FFIs wird der Prototyp für zusätzlichen Service an anderen möglichen Aufstellungsorten inländisch und international ausstoßen.

Z.Z. berichtet FFI seine Betriebe und über finanziellen Auswirkungen auf eine vereinigte Grundlage innerhalb der Kernlösungen, allgemeine Archivierungen Inc..

VERZICHT

Die Sachen, die in diesem Pressekommuniqué beraten über werden, Vorwärts-schauen Aussagen, die eine Anzahl von Gefahren und Ungewißheiten wie unseren Plänen, Zielsetzungen, Erwartungen und Absichten miteinbeziehen. Sie können diese Vorwärts-schauenden Aussagen durch unseren Gebrauch von Wörtern wie kennzeichnen "hereinkommen," "raten,", das es, tragen Gesichter, während es sich entwickelt und ausübt, ""," "Willkommensfunktion," "Blick vorwärts zum Zutreffen," "wir glauben," "steht, um zu fördern," "plant," "werden verwendet," "werden," vorschlägt zu, "wird vorgeschlagen bei," "geplant," oder andere ähnliche Wörter oder Phrasen. Einige dieser Aussagen umfassen die Diskussionen betreffend sind unsere zukünftige Geschäftsstrategie und unsere Fähigkeit, Einkommen, Einkommen und Bargeldumlauf zu erzeugen.

In bezug auf Vorwärts-schauende Aussagen auf dem vorgeschlagenen Vergeuden-zuäthanol-Service, ist ein Service so nie vorher konstruiert worden, oder funktioniert und es gibt die zugehörigen Gefahren, die mit der Einrichtung solcher neuer Betriebe dazugehörig sind. Es konnte unerwartete Probleme geben oder verzögert in der Finanzierung, im Aufbau und im Betrieb des Service. Es gibt keine Garantie, daß wir erfolgreich sind, wenn wir das Kapital anheben, das für dieses Projekt durch die Austeilung der steuerfreien Bindungen angefordert wird, die hierin besprochen werden. Während wir glauben, daß die passenden Technologien für Vergeuden-zuäthanolumwandlung im Handel erhältlich sind, können wir nicht garantieren, daß im Handel erhältliche Technologien uns verwendbares Unter alle Umstände für das Produzieren des Äthanols in vorgeschlagen Service Fuel Frontiers, Inc. willen.

Gesamte, tatsächliche zukünftige Resultate für Nuclear Solutions, Inc. und sein Tochterfuel Frontiers, Inc., konnten von den Aussagen erheblich sich unterscheiden, die im Pressekommuniqué enthalten wurden. Faktoren, die tatsächliche Resultate und Leistung nachteilig beeinflussen konnten, umfassen, unter anderen, die der Gesellschaften begrenzte funktionierende Geschichte, Abhängigkeit auf dem Schlüsselmanagement, finanzierenanforderungen, technische Schwierigkeiten alle mögliche Projekte in den Handel bringend, Regierungsregelung, technologische Änderung und Konkurrenz. Auf jeden Fall sollte übermäßiges Vertrauen nicht auf irgendwelche Vorwärts-schauenden Aussagen gesetzt werden, die nur ab dem Datum dieses Pressekommuniqué zutreffen. Zusätzlich garantiert schwebender Status des Patentes oder das Genehmigen nicht, daß ein Patent herausgibt, oder daß die Technologie kommerziell erfolgreich ist. Dementsprechend sollte Bezug genommen werden auf Kernperiodische Archivierungen der lösungen, Inc. mit den STAATAKTIEN und die Austauschkommission, auch vorhanden durch die Web site an www.nuclearsolutions.com .


Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie www.fuelfrontiers.com oder treten Sie in Verbindung: FFI-Beziehungen zwischen den Investoren 202-580-8330
Fuel Frontiers, Inc. Targets Eastern Pennsylvania Location for 250 Million Gallon Ethanol Production Facility
E-mail or Print this story

10 April 2006, 08:10am ET

Fuel Frontiers, Inc. (FFI), a subsidiary of Nuclear Solutions, Inc. (OTC BB: NSOL) formerly known as Future Fuels, Inc., announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Ambient Energy Corporation (Ambient) to secure a potential site with abundant feedstock in eastern Pennsylvania for a second waste-to-ethanol production facility in addition to the one under development in Toms River, New Jersey.

FFI anticipates building a modular waste-to-ethanol plant at this site with the potential production capacity of 250 to 500 million gallons per year. FFI believes the target site is an excellent candidate since it already contains a railway spur and a significant supply of readily accessible waste coal, which would be the primary feedstock material for the proposed ethanol plant.

Under the terms of the agreement, Ambient shall secure the purchase rights to the potential site in eastern Pennsylvania on behalf of FFI and in conjunction with the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe (Tribe), who have ancestral ties to this region.

Once the purchase rights to the land are secured, FFI agrees to use its best efforts to purchase the land and submit a Fee-to-Trust application with the Bureau of Indian Affairs that would designate the land parcel as federally protected Tribal Trust Land for the Tribe. Upon successful conversion to Tribal Trust Land, the Tribe agrees to lease the land to FFI for the ethanol facility when satisfactory lease terms are concluded.

When the facility is in production and operating profitably, FFI shall pay Ambient a royalty equal to twenty-five percent (25%) of the pre-tax net income of the ethanol facility for its operating life.

Upon the approval of the Fee-to-Trust application on behalf of the Tribe and the completion of land lease agreements, FFI's proposed waste-to-ethanol production facility would be built on Tribal Trust Land. As such, the ethanol facility would be exempt from the state of Pennsylvania's permitting requirements, thus eliminating permitting expenses and expediting the process. Moreover, it is anticipated that one possible source of financing for the construction of the waste-to-ethanol production facility would be through bonds issued on favorable terms from the Tribe.

"This is a work in progress and the details are still being worked out. Right now, we anticipate that the process could take about six months to a year and approximately $1,000,000 to successfully complete. However, once concluded, we would have an additional ethanol production site that has all of the raw materials to produce hundreds of millions of gallons of ethanol annually," states FFI President Jack Young. Consistent with the approach taken with the Toms River project, FFI anticipates finalizing all agreements pertaining to the eastern Pennsylvania site within the next 30 days.

"The availability and abundance of feedstock at the site, the potential to be exempted from the lengthy permitting process and the option for bond financing through the Tribe certainly make the eastern Pennsylvania site extremely attractive to FFI and a natural fit for our business model. Our model is based on replicating our endeavors in Toms River, New Jersey, at other sites around the country and globe, where the necessary components of land, permits, feedstock, and financing come together strategically in a way that makes economic sense for opening another waste-to-ethanol production facility. Our goal is to continue locating similar sites and arrangements," adds President Young.
Mentioned Last Change
NSOL 1.95 Up0.60dollars or (44.44%)

FFI proposes to implement commercially available and proven technologies to transform low-value, end-of-life carbonaceous waste materials such as waste coal, used tires, wood wastes, raw sewage, biomass, municipal solid waste, discarded corn stalks and other agricultural by-products, into high-value, environmentally friendly, clean-burning ethanol. FFI is planning a 52 million gallon waste-to-ethanol production facility in Toms River, New Jersey, for which it has already secured land, environmental permits, feedstock sources suitable for conversion into ethanol, a ten-year ethanol purchase contract, and preliminary approval for an $84 million bond authorization from the state of New Jersey. With its global Strategic Alliance Agreement with Connecticut-based Startech Environmental Corporation, FFI gains access to Startech's innovative, proven and proprietary Plasma Converter(TM) System, which is proposed for use in FFI's planned facility to transform feedstock materials into ethanol. FFI's Toms River facility will become the prototype for launching additional facilities at other potential sites domestically and internationally, including potentially in eastern Pennsylvania. Currently, FFI reports its operations and financial results on a consolidated basis within Nuclear Solutions, Inc.'s public filings. For further information, visit www.nuclearsolutions.com or www.fuelfrontiers.com or call FFI Investor Relations at 202-580-8330.

DISCLAIMER

The matters discussed in this press release are forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties such as our plans, objectives, expectations, and intentions. You can identify these forward-looking statements by our use of words such as "begin securing," "a potential site," anticipates," "believes," "shall secure," "potential," "when," "once the purchase," "are secured," "to use its best efforts," "upon successful conversion," "when satisfactory lease terms are concluded," "shall pay," "upon the approval," "completion of land lease agreements," "proposed," "would be built," would be," it is anticipated," "one possible source," "still being worked out," "we anticipate," "could take," "approximately," "once concluded," "is anticipated to occur," "option," "come together," "our goal," "proposes to implement," "is proposed for use," "will become," "potentially" or other similar words or phrases. Some of these statements include discussions regarding our future business strategy and our ability to generate revenue, income and cash flow.

With regards to forward-looking statements on the proposed waste-to-ethanol facility, a facility like this has never before been constructed or operated and there are inherent risks associated with the establishment of such new operations. There could be unexpected problems or delays in the funding, construction and operation of the facility. There is no guarantee that we will be successful in raising the capital required for this project through the issuance of tax-free bonds discussed herein. While we believe that the appropriate technologies for waste-to-ethanol conversion are commercially available, we cannot guarantee that commercially available technologies will we suitable under all circumstances for producing ethanol in the proposed Fuel Frontiers, Inc. facility.

Overall, actual future results for Nuclear Solutions, Inc., and its subsidiary Fuel Frontiers, Inc., could differ significantly from statements contained in the press release. Factors that could adversely affect actual results and performance include, among others, the companies' limited operating history, dependence on key management, financing requirements, technical difficulties commercializing any projects, government regulation, technological change, and competition. In any event, undue reliance should not be placed on any forward-looking statements, which apply only as of the date of this press release. Additionally, patent-pending status or licensing does not guarantee that a patent will issue or that the technology will be commercially successful. Accordingly, reference should be made to Nuclear Solutions, Inc.'s periodic filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, also available through the web site at www.nuclearsolutions.com.

Distributed by Market Wire

For further information, visit:
www.nuclearsolutions.com
www.fuelfrontiers.com

FFI Investor Relations
202-580-8330
Also schon 2 Ethanol -Fabriken in Planung bei NSOL,das übertrifft meine Erwartungen bei weitem - Tolle Sache hier,Carbech :eek: !
Fuel Frontiers, Inc. Holds Productive Meeting With Dover Township Officials on Same Day President George Bush Touts Waste to Ethanol Technologies
E-mail or Print this story

26 April 2006, 08:30am ET

Representatives from Fuel Frontiers, Inc. (FFI), a subsidiary of Nuclear Solutions, Inc. (OTC BB: NSOL) formerly known as Future Fuels, Inc., held a second meeting yesterday with Dover Township officials to discuss FFI's proposed 52 million gallon waste-to-ethanol production facility in Toms River, New Jersey. FFI representatives, including FFI President Jack Young, welcomed this second opportunity to meet with Councilman-At-Large Michael J. Fiure as well as Councilman Maurice Hill and Council President Gregory P. McGuckin to provide an update and to discuss details of ethanol production, including safety and environmental issues. Startech Environmental Corporation's President and CEO Joseph Longo also attended and helped address questions about Startech's Plasma Converter(TM) System, which is the technology proposed for use in FFI's planned facility to transform feedstock materials into ethanol.

"It was a very productive and informative meeting," summarized Council President McGuckin.

"We very much felt that the Council Members appreciated the fact that we came to meet with them to discuss and present the potential benefits of our project for the Toms River community, including, for instance, jobs as well as possible fuel subsidies for Toms River's municipal fleet. At FFI, we remain committed to full dialogue and discussion with Dover Township officials in order to proceed with their full support and with the appropriate local approvals and permits. Our goal is to work cooperatively with the Dover Township community as a good neighbor and business partner," explains FFI President Jack Young after the meeting.

On the same day that FFI representatives enjoyed a productive meeting with Dover Township officials, President George W. Bush delivered a stirring speech at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. in support of ethanol, including ethanol produced from waste materials as is being proposed at FFI's waste-to-ethanol production facility in Toms River. President Bush called for the accelerated development of technologies to produce ethanol from feedstocks not limited to corn and for the expansion of ethanol markets throughout the United States.

During his speech, President Bush stated, "The ethanol industry is on the move, and America is better off for it. Ethanol required our support. In other words, to get this new industry going, it required a little nudge from the federal government...this is a collaborative effort...The federal government has got a role to play to encourage new industries that will help this nation diversify away from oil. And so we're strongly committed to corn-based ethanol produced in America. Yet...you just got to recognize there are limits to how much corn can be used for ethanol...And so I am committed to furthering technology research to find other ways, other sources of ethanol. We're working...to figure out cellulosic ethanol that can be made from wood chips, or stalks, or switch grass. These materials are sometimes waste products and are just simply thrown away. Doesn't it make sense for us to use taxpayers' money to determine whether or not we can use these new raw materials to make something out of nothing, so that we continue the advance of ethanol, so the market for ethanol expands throughout the United States." The President also stated that, "Ethanol is a versatile fuel, and the benefits are easy to recognize. It is good for agriculture, good for our rural communities, it provides economic development, and is good for the environment. With ethanol, we can have both an improved environment and economic development."
Mentioned Last Change
NSOL 1.265 (Unchanged)

To access the President's complete remarks in favor of alternative fuels, such as ethanol, as a way to reduce the United States' dependence on petroleum, visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2006/04/print/200604…

Ethanol program expert Douglas Durante, who FFI retained as a consultant, attended President Bush's speech and applauded his remarks as indicative of strong support for ethanol at the highest levels of government. This commitment is a welcomed and positive affirmation embraced by all involved in the ethanol industry, including FFI.

FFI proposes to utilize proven commercially available technologies to transform low-value, end-of-life carbonaceous waste materials such as waste coal, used tires, wood wastes, biomass, discarded corn stalks and other agricultural by-products, into high-value, environmentally friendly, clean-burning ethanol. FFI is planning a 52 million gallon waste-to-ethanol production facility in Toms River, New Jersey, for which it has already secured land, environmental permits, feedstock sources suitable for conversion into ethanol, a ten year ethanol purchase contract, and preliminary approval for an $84 million bond authorization from the state of New Jersey.

With its global Strategic Alliance Agreement with Connecticut-based Startech Environmental Corporation, FFI gains access to Startech's innovative, proven and proprietary Plasma Converter(TM) System, which is proposed for use in FFI's planned facility to transform feedstock materials into ethanol. FFI's Toms River facility will become the prototype for launching additional facilities at other potential sites domestically and internationally, including possibly in eastern Pennsylvania. Currently, FFI reports its operations and financial results on a consolidated basis within Nuclear Solutions, Inc.'s public filings.

DISCLAIMER

The matters discussed in this press release are forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties such as our plans, objectives, expectations, and intentions. You can identify these forward-looking statements by our use of words such as "proposed," "planned," "potential," "possible," "we remain," "our goal remains," "as is being proposed," "proposes," "is planning," "is proposed for use," "will become," possibly," or other similar words or phrases. Some of these statements include discussions regarding our future business strategy and our ability to generate revenue, income and cash flow.

With regards to forward-looking statements on the proposed waste-to-ethanol facility, a facility like this has never before been constructed or operated and there are inherent risks associated with the establishment of such new operations. There could be unexpected problems or delays in the funding, construction and operation of the facility. There is no guarantee that we will be successful in raising the capital required for this project through the issuance of tax-free bonds discussed herein. While we believe that the appropriate technologies for waste-to-ethanol conversion are commercially available, we cannot guarantee that commercially available technologies will be suitable under all circumstances for producing ethanol in the proposed Fuel Frontiers, Inc. facility.

Overall, actual future results for Nuclear Solutions, Inc., and its subsidiary Fuel Frontiers, Inc., could differ significantly from statements contained in the press release. Factors that could adversely affect actual results and performance include, among others, the companies' limited operating history, dependence on key management, financing requirements, technical difficulties commercializing any projects, government regulation, technological change, and competition. In any event, undue reliance should not be placed on any forward-looking statements, which apply only as of the date of this press release. Additionally, patent pending status or licensing does not guarantee that a patent will issue or that the technology will be commercially successful. Accordingly, reference should be made to Nuclear Solutions, Inc.'s periodic filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, also available through the web site at www.nuclearsolutions.com.


Beitrag zu dieser Diskussion schreiben


Es handelt sich hier um eine ältere Diskussion, daher ist das Schreiben in dieser Diskussion nicht mehr möglich. Bitte eröffnen Sie hier eine neue Diskussion.