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This is the question.

Which bio-fuel type will be the new leading bio-fuel?
Which bio-fuel type will be the most environmental friendly?
Which bio-fuel type will be the cheapest to produce?
Which bio-fuel type will be the most outstanding?

This is the answer:

The quality of jatropha bio-fuel (Bio-Derived Synthetic Paraffinic Kerosene (Bio-SPK) is even better than Jet-A kerosene and can 50/50% be blended with Jet-A kerosene.

My name is Albert Jurgens and my prime area of interest is to produce second generation of renewable and sustainable bio-fuel on a project in Brazil. Worldwide, Brazil has the most experience with bio-fuel technology. At this moment we are preparing a jatropha project of 110.750 ha. to develop a jatropha plantation on yet uncultivated soil for the production of approximately 2.000 MT Crude Jatropha Oil (CJO) per 1.000 ha. per year. The estimated production of the Crude Jatropha Oil is 200 MT in year 1 up to 2.000 MT in year 4 and that production is expected to continue at the capacity for approximately thirty (30) years.
With irrigation the production will increase with about 25-30%.

Establishment and Operation of 1.000 ha. jatropha plantation.
Estimated costs to establish a 1.000 ha. jatropha plantation is approximately U.S.Dollar 3.000.000,00 based on today’s costing.

We are looking for investors to develop this jatropha plantation.
A proposal could be to start jointly this project with airlines, refineries and/or investors, where could be invested in participations of each U.S. Dollar 3,000,000.00.

These participations will be transferable. Given the continuously increasing demand for Crude Jatropha Oil (CJO) this investment means little or no risk. There is a view to increasing of agricultural land prices in Brazil. The well-prepared soil for agriculture are sold now between U.S.Dollar 1,000.00 and U.S.Dollar 1,500.00 per hectare. The shareholders will have a very good return on their investments.

We guarantee investors to buy at least 200 flexitank containers, 20FLC / each 23 MT. = 4.600 MT. per month.

U.S.Dollar 450,00 MT. F.O.B. from any seaport of loading in Brazil.
U.S.Dollar 50,00 MT extra for the delivery with RSB principles & indicators for Jatropha Oil certificate.

1) Commercial invoice, 3 originals.
2) SGS test report by SGS organization in the seaport of loading in
3) Certificate of origin FORM A, 1 original.
4) Packing list, 3 originals.

With the 4th year we expect an annual capital return flow of approx. U.S.Dollar 670,000.00 U.S.Dollar for a 1.000 ha. area.

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We also will deliver worldwide to bio-kerosene and biodiesel refineries.

The project has a high potential to offer various benefits – social, environmental and economical – and satisfies to the Roundtable on Sustainable Bio-fuels Principle & Criteria for Sustainable Bio-fuel Production. www.rsb.org/sustainability/rsb-sustainability-standards

Total emissions from bio-fuel production may also be mitigated by a bio-fuel’s by-products. For example, the process of converting jatropha to bio-fuel also yields solid biomass: for every kilogram of jatropha oil produced, 0.8 kilograms of meal, 1.1 kilograms of shells and 1.7 kilograms of husks are created. These co-products could be used to produce electricity, for animal feed or as fertiliser. This is a great example of how co-products can have a large impact on the carbon dioxide emissions of a fuel.

Brazil has many possibilities to deliver the Jatropha oil to the U.S.A and  Europe. The best option will be to start a big jatropha plantation in Brazil. And when there is sufficient production to build together with other investors a bio-kerosene refinery near the airports in Rio de Janeiro and Sâo Paulo. There are many flights from Europe and the U.S.A. to Brazil. They can make flights to Rio de Janeiro – Galeão Antonio Carlos Jobim International airport and São Paulo – Guarulhos International Airport with the conventional kerosene. The return flights can be done with the jatropha bio-kerosene. This is the most cheap way for airlines to fly on bio-kerosene and for technical reason no problem.

If you would like to have more information about the production of jatropha or want to discuss about our suggestion, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,
Albert Jurgens

Albert Jurgens       Mayara Andrade
Director                  Secretary