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Algae Bioenergy Solutions, LLC

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Algae energy partnerships for waste water treatment plants. Our focus is lowering operational costs and carbon emissions while producing marketable biofuels.

Algae energy partnerships for waste water treatment plants. Our focus is lowering operational costs and carbon emissions while producing marketable biofuels.


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  • 1.
  • 2. ALGAE BIOENERGY SOLUTIONS, LLC
    “CAN YOU MAKE A PROFIT FROM SLIME”
    CHUCK PARDUE & THOMAS ANHORN ~PRESENTERS~
    COPYIRGHT(ABS) 5/13/2010
  • 3. ALGAE OIL
    When transportation fuels are compared side-by-side, algae oil-delivered fuels offer significant economic, ecological and safety advantages over petroleum products.Algae Bioenergy Solutions, LLC (ABS) will use state of the art photo bio-reactors/led air systems in an indoor natural climate controlled environmentto produce a high volume of oil each day.
  • 4. (ABS) IS AN ALGAE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
    ABS DETERMINES SITE AND ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF ALGAE PROCESSING THROUGH JOINT VENTURES WITH:
    ~ WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS
    MUNICIPAL SITES
    ~ INDUSTRIAL SITES
    ~AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS
  • 5. ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS OF ALGAE DEVELOPMENT
    MOST ALGAE COMPANIES ARE FOCUSED ON TECHNOLOGY
    SPECIES SELECTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    PONDS VS PHOTO-BIOREACTORS
    HARVESTING
    EXTRACTION
  • 6. FOCUS INSTEAD ON CAPITAL EXPENSE AND OPERATIONAL EXPENSES
    CAPITAL EXPENSE COSTS
    LAND, PERMITTING, ENGINEERING
    EQUIPMENT, INSTALLATION
    $120,000 TO $2,000,000 PER ACRE
    LABOR, UTILITIES, FEEDSTOCKS, SEED
    ALGAE, MAINTENANCE, ADMINISTRATIVE
    (MARKETING, INSURANCE, ETC.)
  • 7. THERE’S GOT TO BE A MORE ECONOMICAL WAY TO MAKE ALGAE
    DINOSAURS DID IT ON THE CHEAP
    WHY NOT US?
  • 8. OPERATIONS EXPENSE
    ONE TON OF ALGAE REQUIRES:
    ~ 1/3 TON OF NUTRIENTS, 1.8 TONS OF CO2
    NUTRIENTS COST $200 - $400 A TON
    CO2 $20 - $30 A TON
    ~ SUNLIGHT OR ARTIFICIAL LIGHT, ELECTRICITY
    .08 - .11 CENTS A KILOWATT
    ~ TO MAKE A PROFIT YOU NEED FREE NUTRIENTS, CO2 AND LOW COST ELECTRICITY
  • 9. WHERE TO FIND FREE OR LOW COST NUTRIENTS
    ~WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS HAVE
    PLENTY OF NUTRIENTS (NITRATES, ETC)
    ~ PERHAPS 300 PPM AFTER THEY HAVE
    REMOVED THE “NASTY STUFF”
    ~ THEY WANT TO REDUCE NITRATES AND
    PHOSPHATES AFTER THEY CLEAN THE WATER
    BEFORE DISCHARGE BACK TO RIVERS &
    STREAMS
    ~ DIVERT ONE OF THEIR EFFLUENT STREAMS
    TO “YOUR” ALGAE PROCESSING PLANT
  • 10. ABS WILL DEVELOP ALGAE OIL
    Algae Bioenergy Solutions, LLC (ABS) is seeking technology and financial partners to develop a 40 Million gallon a year algae processing plant in Augusta, Georgia.
    Algae (oil) feedstock for biodiesel will be developed and produced at its 100 acre site near the Augusta Georgia Airport:
    • Using inexpensive nutrients from waste water and CO2 from our gasifier and digesters we will produce large volumes of algae on a major scale utilizing state of the art photo-bioreactors at our indoor (200,000 square foot) concrete constructed facility.
    In 2010 a nearby biodiesel plant will require up to 40 million gallons of feedstock a year and will pay $2.00 to $3.00 USD for that oil.
    • Electricity not used in the production process will be sold to nearby industrial facilities, identified and are viable users.
    • 11. Dry Algae product not used to produce electricity will be sold as agricultural fertilizer or animal feed.
  • ALGAE BIOENERGY SOLUTIONS, LLC (ABS) PROCESSING FACILITY195,000 Square Foot Main Building12,940 Square Feet of Out Buildings28,016 Square Feet of Multi-Floor MezzanineTOTAL SQUARE FEET 238,956
    Chuck Pardue has part ownership
  • 12.
  • 13. ABS HAS A BUILT IN MARKET FOR ALGAE OIL
    Green Valley Biofuels, LLC
    Biodiesel Plant - Warrenville, SC
    • Chuck Pardue, President and part
    owner
    • Developed site selection, property
    • 14. Acquisition, permitting, financing
    construction and final certification
    • Full ASTM compliant and Permitted
    • 15. Permitted for 35 Million Gallons
    • 16. Ability to utilize Algae oil feedstock
    to make biodiesel
  • 17. ABS will take nutrients from waste water treatment facilities such as this nearby treatment facility.
  • 18. ADDITIONAL FREE NUTRIENT SOURCES
    ~ FARMS
    ~ CATTLE AND DAIRY FARMS
    ~ CHICKEN FARMS
    ~ CATFISH FARMS
    REFERENCE: DR. RON PUTT’S “HOW-TO MANUAL ON GROWING ALGAE ON FARMS”
    “ALGAE AS A BIODEISEL FEEDSTOCK”
  • 19. PROFITS FROM SALES OF ALGAE PRODUCTS
    “HIGH VALUE PRODUCTS/SHORT TERM VS
    COMMODITY PRODUCTS LONG TERM”
    ~ ALGAE OILS (LIPIDS)
    ~ BIODIESEL FEEDSTOCK (THAT IS WHY ABS IS WORKING ON ALGAE
    DEVELOPMENT)
    ~ JET FUEL (EUROPEAN AIRLINE DEMAND 2012)
    ~ BOILER FUEL
    ~ VARIOUS EXPERIMENTAL FUELS
    ~ ALGAE DRY PRODUCT
    ~ ETHANOL
    ~ ANIMAL AND FISH FOOD
    ~ FERTILIZER
    ~ ALGAE FOR NUTRICEUTICALS, OMEGA-3, COSMETICS, HIGH VALUE; BUT WILL
    MARKET BE SATURATED?
  • 20. TO MAKE A PROFIT IN ALGAE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY IS IMPORTANT ; BUT FINDING WAYS TO REDUCE CAPITAL COSTS BY JOINT VENTURES, DUAL USES OF EXISTING RESOURCES AND FINDING FREE SOURCES OF NUTRIENTS, CO2 AND LOW COST ENERGY IS EVEN MORE IMPORTANT!
  • 21. OBJECTIVES
    Algae Bioenergy Solutions, LLC (ABS) is seeking Technology and Financial Partners to develop its processing facility located in Augusta Georgia and take full advantage of:
    A local available low cost source for nutrients, water, CO2 and labor.
    Immediate demand for Algae Oil at affiliated Biodiesel Plant.
    Local demand by Farmers for fertilizer and animal feed.
    Available to ABS are various tax credits and grants from IRS, DOE and USDA subject to DOE and IRS approval. The project may elect to take a 30% tax credit as a grant payable within 60 days of start of production.
  • 22. “YES WE CAN”
    www.absgreenfuels.com
  • 23. Contact us today for technology or financial partnership opportunities.
    CORPORATE OFFICE
    211-A Bobby Jones Expressway
    Martinez, GA 30709
    706-823-2000 office
    706-722-0149 fax
    Contact: Chuck Pardue
    President
    chuckpardue3@gmail.com
    OPERATIONS
    Algae Bioenergy Solutions, LLC
    1660 Dixon Airline Road
    Augusta, GA 30906
    Contact: Thomas Anhorn
    VP of Operations
    tanhorn3@pelerin.us
    805-602-1088 (M)