Bio Concepts, LLC.
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Hundreds of millions of years ago, the earth was covered with shallow oceans filled with algae and other simple critters. As landmasses shifted and grew, water was displaced, leaving thick masses of algal residue that were eventually buried and compressed. Skip forward a few eons, throw in some heat and pressure and ta da . . . oil. Then, in 1859, Colonel Drake drilled the first oil well in Titusville, PA, unleashing not only oil, but an economic juggernaut that would dictate our way of life for years to come. The world began to use oil for everything from fuel to waterproofing, and since then has consumed over a trillion barrels. With such furious consumption--and no way to make more--world oil reserves are set to dwindle. Essentially, we're going to deplete in less than 300 years what took hundreds of millions of years to form. And with the depletion of oil, alternatives are destined to emerge and ironically, algae is one of them.

Biofuel Bliss

Research like that being done at Colorado State University's (CSU) Engines and Energy Conservation Laboratory and the University of New Hampshire (UNH) suggests that algae could supply enough fuel to meet all of America's transportation needs in the form of biodiesel. That's right . . . all of it! Whereas with our current Biodiesel feedstock, like soy and palm, there's no way we could grow enough to supply all of our transportation needs. In fact, it would actually require twice the land area of the U.S. devoted to soybean production to meet current heating and transportation needs. That's a lot of beans! Algae, on the other hand, could supply all U.S. diesel power using a mere 0.2% of the nation's land. Enough algae can actually be grown to replace all transportation fuels in the U.S. on only 15,000 square miles or 4.5 million acres of land. That's about the size of Maryland.

Granted, that still may sound like a lot of land; however, consider that we currently use 938 million acres for farmland in the United States.  I would show you a pie chart of how much land would be required for algae growth--but the slice is so tiny, it wouldn't even be visible.

Of course, the question is how the heck can you make so much biodiesel from such a small amount of algae?

Well, let's revert back to ninth-grade science class for a moment. Biofuels are really a form of solar energy because crops convert solar energy into chemical energy in a process called--anyone, anyone--photosynthesis. It is this chemical energy, in the form of oils, which we need to produce biofuel. According to the UNH report, the more efficient a particular plant is at converting solar energy into chemical energy, the better it is from a biofuel perspective. So, in this area, algae is the clear winner. In fact, algae does this so well that up to 50% of its body weight can be fat, or the oil needed to make biodiesel.

That makes algae the highest yielding feedstock for biodiesel, producing 24 times more oil per acre, on average, than the next leading feedstock--palm oil at 635 gallons/acre/year.

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In 2006, US residents, businesses, and institutions produced more than 251 million tons of MSW, which is approximately 4.6 pounds of waste per person per day. Several MSW management practices, such as source reduction, recycling, and


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Biomass production ton per day

 

100

 

PRODUCTION

 

 

        Annual Algae production                               Kg.                  36,000,000

        Annual Oil production                                    Gallons             4,279,587

        Annual production of Biodiesel                      Gallons             4,279,587

        Algae cake annual production                        Kg.                 31,720,413

        Glycerine annual production                          Gallons               534,948

        Other (fat acid)                                                Kg.                       85,592

        Ton of CO² removal                                         Tons                     70,560

  

Sales Earnings

 

 

Annual sales of Bio diesel

$US

$10,698,968

Algae cake annual

 

$42,822,558

Glycerine annual

 

$48,145

Others (fat acid)

 

$21,398

Carbon fees

 

$705,600

Annual incomes

 

$54,296,668

 

COSTS / Liter or Kg.

 

 

Ton / day biomass reactor

 

100

Cost per biodiesel Gallon

$US

$2.97

Cost per Kg of algae cake (tourte)

$US

$0.38

Cost per Kg of algae

$US

$0.55



           
BIO Concepts LLC  
Algae Implementation  
Per Site  
Liabilites  
   
4 Bio Reactors @ 24 mln. per $96,000,000.00
Each Reactor 5 mln gal per year  
100 Metric Ton per Day  
   
Total Liabilities $96,000,000.00
   
Origination fee          
   
Months of payment up front 12 $27,538,263.20
Rate 12.00 on 7 Yr AM  
PI $2,294,855.26  
INS  
TAXES  
MI  
Other  
TOTAL Monthly Payment $2,294,855.26     Total $123,538,263.20
   
Other Revenue  
after 1 year  
   
Sale of Bio-mass Per Month $2,227,500.00
   
Sale of Glycerin Per Month $58,333.33
   
Reduction Of cost to Refining plant Per Month $1,417,876.58
   
Note these revenues will be realized  
on a monthly basis--when Algae production  
Fully operational Total $3,703,709.91
   
Total Liabilities at Closing         $130,000,000.00
   
Cash Available $6,461,736.80
   
Estimated Value 80 mln. gal per yr @ 3 per less 24 mln for refinery capacity
  $216,000,000.00
           
BIO Concepts LLC  
Plant 1 Refining Finance  
5 Yr Proforma W/O  Algae  
Liabilites  
   
Modular Refining Installation $7,000,000.00
   
Additional Storage $3,200,000.00
   
Land Acquisition $2,750,000.00
   
Tax Per Diem for 2007  
   
Total Liabilities $12,950,000.00
   
Shipping Fee 8       $4,003,811.66
Feed Stock Cost 8 months 8 $11,331,669.00
Months of payment up front 6 $3,812,990.28
Rate 12.00 on 7 Yr AM  
PI $635,498.38  
INS  
TAXES  
   
TOTAL Monthly Payment $635,498.38        
   
LIABILITIES TOTAL $32,098,470.94
   
   
Total Liabilities at Closing         $36,000,000.00
   
CASH RESERVES $3,901,529.10
   
Estimated Value 133.34 gal output over 7 years @ $3.00p/g $400,020,000.00
  20 mln per year less 5 months build out        
           
Green and Go          
Travel Center  
   
Main Building (Store-Restaurant-Quick mart) $10,000,000.00
   
Storage Tanks in ground BIO-Diesel,Diesel, Gasoline $12,000,000.00
   
Parking Lots  Concrete for Trucks and Pumps--Ashphalt for Cars     $15,000,000.00
   
Pipilines   : from BIO Reactors to Rining to Pump Tanks $9,000,000.00
   
Land Prepartion $2,000,000.00
   
Land Acquisition Truck Stop,Parking, Maintainence,(15 acres) $5,450,000.00
  Truck Scale (1 acre )  Truck Wash 2 acres)
Utilities: Light Poles, Pumps,Restrooms, Showers $2,000,000.00
   
Truck Maintainence Building $3,000,000.00
   
Signs and Roadway marking $1,000,000.00
Total         $59,450,000.00
   
Months of payment up front 8 $8,260,222.54
Rate 12.00 8 Yr AM  
PI $1,032,527.82  
INS  
TAXES  
MI  
Other  
TOTAL Monthly Payment $1,032,527.82        
   
LIABILITIES $68,000,000.00
Total Liabilities at Closing          
   
Cash Available $289,777.46
   
Estimated Value         $200,000,000.00

 

 
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