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Sam Shepard - Mississippi Biomass and Renewable Energy Council

GOLOBAL GREEN RESOURCES,

L.L.C.

AN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

THE FUTURE CO2 CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY

CAPTURE CO2

GROW ALGAE

OIL ENERGY INDEPENDENCE


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Purpose:

GOLOBAL GREEN RESOURCES, L.L.C. (GGR) purpose is to develop

Alternative Energy Centers. GGR’s core capabilities in delivering

alternative fuel solutions and project management oversight are supported

by a highly qualified International Business and Technical Team. The

following information is focused on project management oversight,

alternative fuel solutions, business and operational services provided by

GGR for the attention of clients interested in the business solutions offered

and marketed by GOLOBAL GREEN RESOURCES, L.L.C. .

Our History:

GOLOBAL GREEN RESOURCES, L.L.C. is an Intellectual Property

Development Corporation and Technology Service Provider of real

technical solutions to real business and governments. With more than

30yrs. of combined Industrial Development and business experience GGR,

along with its business partners can perform a broad range of business

services as General Contractor and Industrial/Commercial Manufacturing

Solutions and Development provider. This business connectivity will allow

Mississippi to expand its global footprint to customers by penetrating the

non-traditional markets of Alternative Energy.


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CONT.

♦ Mission:

GOLOBAL GREEN RESOURCES, L.L.C. mission is to be a

leading global provider of business solutions and

Industrial/Commercial Manufacturing provider through innovation,

determination and commitment towards achieving excellence in

quality products, services and people. Ensuring that the services

we perform are done correctly the first time to reduce time in

production, material and manpower resulting in enormous cost

savings to customers. Ensuring our customer needs are met first

by delivering added value through fair pricing, integrity and

employee satisfaction while promoting a safe and healthy work

environment.

♦ Vision:

GOLOBAL GREEN RESOURCES, L.L.C. vision is to be a

recognizable global business development and technology

solution provider that delivers added value through all phases of

Alternative Energy operations.


MISSISSIPPI ENERGY

MISSISSIPPI QUICK FACTS


PROFILE

MISSISSIPPI Quick Facts

– MISSISSIPPI produces oil and gas but not enough to meet high in-State

demand.

– A single reactor at the Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Station supplies

about one-fourth of the electricity generated within the State.

– A major propane supply hub is located at Hattiesburg, MISSISSIPPI,

where the Dixie Pipeline has a network of terminals and storage

facilities.

– Two liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals have been proposed

near Pascagoula, MISSISSIPPI.

– MISSISSIPPI produces a small amount of crude oil, mostly from wells

in the southern half of the State.

– Hurricane vulnerability is an issue for MISSISSIPPI’s oil and gas

infrastructure, much of which is located along the Gulf Coast.

– MISSISSIPPI’s natural gas production is minimal, accounting for less

than 1 percent of total U.S output

– MISSISSIPPI’s per capita natural gas consumption is high. To meet

demand, MISSISSIPPI purchases more than one-half of its natural gas

from neighboring States.

– MISSISSIPPI imports electricity from neighboring States in order to

satisfy consumer demand.


MISSISSIPPI ALTERNATIVE FUEL

Electric Power Emissions Share of U .S. Period

Carbon Dioxide

25,802,259 metric tons 1.0% 2006

Sulfur Dioxide

82,053 metric tons 0.9% 2006

Nitrogen Oxide

45,349 metric tons 1.2% 2006


Yrs to

sustainable

Commercialization

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Wind now yes

Hydrogen 10-15yrs yes

Solar 1-5 yrs yes

Biodiesel

food based now no

non food based now yes (algae)

Ethanol

cellulosic lignon 5-10 yrs yes

cellulosic non-lignon now yes (algae)

food based now no

Biogas/Syngas now yes (algae)


OIL PRODUCTION FROM

BIOMASS

liters/hectare '00 vs type

400

350

300

250

200

150

100

50

0

Soy Castor Sunflower

seed

Rape seed Jatropha Palm Algae


MICRO-ALGAE CROP

PRODUCTION

♦ Algae crops can be cultivated every 4

hours

Energy produced is over 1000 times

greater than that contained by corn.

♦ Highly efficient

♦ Environmentally friendly

♦ Only alternative fuel source that can

completely displace liquid petroleum fuels


MISSISSIPPI USING MICRO-

ALGAE BIO-DIESEL FUELS

MICRO-ALGAE

♦ Process out produces all other

alternative energy options

♦ 3400 acres = 1.5 billion gal/year

♦ Generate $6.5 billion in revenue

annually from 3400 acres of land


TEAMING RELATIONSHIPS


Our Partners are a liked minded team of Alternative Energy technology companies dedicated to “Making a

Difference” for our children and generations to come.

– Entropy Partners, LLC

– Green Atlantic Partners

– Missing Link Technologies

– United Supply

– Strategic Energy Development

– HNNG Development

– Waste to Energy, LLC

– EffEnergy, LLC

– Zero Emissions Ltd.

– Powertube Inc.

– Global Village Transport

– Intrago

– Cima Energy Ltd.

– D1 Oils

– Bush Power Group

– Proton Power Systems

– Sabien Technologies

– Green-Star Energy

– Water Based Group

– Marinus

– Bosnia Wind

– Carbon Neutral Biofuel

– Marinus

– Plant Impact


TECHNOLOGIES

































MicroAlgae

Alchemviro

Alginator

Plasma Gasification

Pyrolysis Pyrocracker

Hydrogen Recovery

Solar

Wind

Hydro Energy

SeaPower

Lignocellulosic

Liquids Recovery

Eukaryotic Cellular Biomass

Off-Gas Recovery for Ethylene-plus

Electric Vehicle (ZEM)

Electric Hybrid/Bio Diesel Vehicle (GVT)

Monomer Recovery Unit

Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Off-Gas Recovery for Propane-plus

Geomagnetic

GreenSwitch

Nitrogen Rejection

Coal Bed Methane

Macro Absorbtion

CaT Technology

PiNT Technology

Speedo Technology

Alethea Technology

BugOil

Heatwave Technology

M2G CO2 Reduction

M3G CO2 Reduction


TARGET MARKETS

– Algae for fuel and energy

– Municipal solid waste to energy

– Agricultural feedstocks and waste biomass to fuel and energy

– Hazardous waste to fuel and energy

– Petcoke to fuel and energy

– Used tires to fuel and energy

– Animal waste to fuel and energy

– Carbon Dioxide to fuel and energy

– Wood waste to fuel and energy

– Wind Power

– Solar Power

– Electric Vehicle

– Hydrogen fuel cell

– Hydropower

– Biofuels

– Ethanol

– Nitrogen Rejection

– Coal Mine Gas

– Carbon Credits

– Trading

– Geothermal Energy

– Green Building

– Carbon Emission Reduction

– Waste Water

– Sewage Sludge to fuel and energy

– Desalination

Biomass Power Plants

– Integrated Gasification Co-generation


MISSISSIPPI ALTERNATIVE

ENERGY CENTER

♦ Create over 6,500 new jobs

per center

– Boost local economies

– Help meet economic recovery

plan goals

– Provide US energy security


OUR KEY TECHNOLOGIES

♦ Algae to Oil

Biomass to electricity

♦ Cellulosic ethanol

♦ Bio-diesel fuel

♦ Wind

♦ Solar


THANK YOU

QUESTIONS


PROPOSAL

♦ The County provides a for a 99 yr assignable

lease on the WWTF, the lab, the vacuum

vessels, the cooling tower, 2 acres of ground

south of the tower and necessary office space in

Bldg 100. (railroad and port are a common area).

♦ The County will clear the land and repair and

make operational the WWTF and drying beds.

♦ GGR will provide (Phase I) the Alternative

Energy technology, construction (80 people),

operations (48 people) for Phase I.

♦ Create an influx of cash revenues for the County

and State of Mississippi

♦ GGR and the County shall work together in

obtaining funding


OUR SOLUTION TEAM

Ms. Tommie

Merimon

PRINCIPLE OWNER

PRESIDENT/MANAGING

PARTNER

Sam Shepherd

Director of Technology

Bob Ward

PROCUREMEN

T AND

PURCHASING

MANAGER

Linda McCall

DIRECTOR OF

HUMAN

RESOURCE

R. P. Suto

DIRECTOR OF

BUSINESS

DEVELOPMENT

Greg Dalton

PROJECT

MANAGER


KEY TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES

♦ New patent pending technology

♦ 40 percent more efficient

♦ Commercial scalability

♦ Only company with Alginator

technology

♦ Preformed well in test markets

♦ Uses less energy than existing

technologies


Algae is the

Solution to

Greenhouse Gas

Pollution ©

A Renewable CO2 Capture system

Algae to Oil

ENERGY PRODUCTS = OIL and Bio Mass


OTHER ADVANTAGES

♦ Reduction in CO2 footprint

♦ Natural byproduct produces

oxygen

♦ Eliminate oil import

♦ Revenue from oil sells

♦ Production of biomass that can be

sold as:

– Animal Feed

– Fertilizer

– Electricity


PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS

♦Sunlight

♦Carbon dioxide gas

♦90-100 degree temperatures


CONSTRUCTION

REQUIREMENTS

♦ 1.8 acres of land for 26-300 ft

reactors for Algae Oil

expanding to 3400 acres

♦Develop a Biomass CoGen

facility

♦Install Solar and Wind

electrical generation


REACTOR PRODUCTION

♦ A 300 ft reactor can produce 20,573

gallons of oil fuel annually

♦ Produce 490 barrels of fuel annually

♦ Generate 947 tons of biomass annually


MICRO-ALGAE PROCESS

Nutrients

in

Mixed flow Rx.

Water recycle

Plug flow

Dewatering

Landfill, land application,

incineration


MISSISSIPPI USING MICRO-

ALGAE BIO-DIESEL FUELS

COST BENEFITS

♦ Generate $6.5 billion in profits

annually from 3400 acres of land

through:

– $.75 billion in carbon credits

– 2.4 billion through oil sells

– 3.4 billion through biomass sells

(animal feed, fertilizer and

electricity)

(electrical revenues are not included)

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