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This companies new Technology has earned Whitehouse and EU interest.

www.ussec.us



This companies profile, global potential and explosive growth is very interesting. Not Biodiesel or Ethanol, but positive features of both. They will be rapidly expanding facilties in the U.S., then Worldwide. This past Tuesday in Vidalia, Louisiana, there will was an excellent media opportunity and it seems like "Big oil" wants it kept under wraps.
The following is some information on USSEC's revolutionary new Biofuel and World changing technology. All the press releases can also be accessed on the USSEC website.
This Biofuel Company, U.S. Sustainable Energy Corp(USSEC) is in the process of revolutionizing the Fuel and Energy Industries. Biodiesel / alternative fuel facilities usually have a meager yield of about 1.5 Gallons of fuel produced from 3 Bushels of soybeans(feedstock), USSEC produces 5 Gallons of fuel from 1 Bushel. In addition to the superior yield, the Fuel Grade is much better, with such outstanding Qualities, that it can run in Gasoline, Diesel, or Jet Engines! Their proprietary system also produces no unusable waste or harmful byproducts. To the contrary, the primary product yielded is excellent carbon based fertilizer, with vastly superior liquid Biofuel and a clean burning natural gas with 1,908 BTU rating as the "recycled byproducts". This ensures that all power and products generated utilizing USSEC Biofuel are certified "Green". The fuel, liquid and gaseous, burns cleaner, more efficiently, and maintains cooler engine temperature for a longer running life.

The first Fuel Plant is being built in Natchez, MS and the Green Power Plant which will run totally off this new Biofuel is locating across the Mississippi River in Vidalia, LA. One of many silver bullets for the Big Oil and Power Sector is the fact that USSEC's production cost is less than 50 cents a gallon and can use waste biomass(not just soybeans). The 25% of farm produce that goes bad in silos and on farms in the U.S. could almost eliminate Foreign Oil Dependency with these Fuel Plants strategically placed around the United States. Concordia Parish is taking proactive steps in moving towards the 100% Green Energy that USSEC can produce and Louisiana could become the first 100% Green Power State.

There are offers coming in from both Big Oil and EU Countries (including offers of substantial EU Grant Money). The owner, Mr. John Rivera, stated he was an American and wanted to see his Country on the right path first. He feels that if an offer was accepted from the Oil Industry you would never see this fuel on the market. Word of the Process efficiency and superior fuel produced has reached Washington. A high rank USDA official came to Natchez, Mississippi to view the operations on October 31. At the Louisiana event, the City Hall of Vidalia was powered exclusively using USSEC's Biofuel. The Vidalia Power Plant will be the largest Green Power Utility in the world.

It's difficult to fully express the potential of this company's technology and products. This is truly World Changing in regard to the environment, transportation, energy production and economic impact. It's definitely not your run of the mill company either. Aside from being environment friendly, USSEC has a Society Impact Mission, this ensures 10% of earnings flows back into the local, national, and worldwide philanthropic efforts. They believe in clean air, healthy children and a better quality of life. I would be pleased to speak at length to anyone about USSEC, the Biofuel products, or the Press Conference. Please contact me for any additional information or go to the website. The CEO, John Rivera, stated he can be available for a questions as well. You can also post inquiries on their website.
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Paul
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check out their stock too @ www.investorshub.com
ticker symbol: USSE
 
Location: Mississippi/Louisiana | Registered: November 05, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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It's difficult to fully express the potential of this company's technology and products.


Indeed it is; especially as I cannot find a shred of scientific documentation on what the fuel is, chemically. Or on the process, though the mention of carbon ash sounds a little like pyrolisation, not new. A lot of hype and precious little facts. Some distortion, 24 hours to make a gallon of biodiesel, really? Kinda depends on the size of your plant dosen't it?

A miracle fuel that runs both gas adn diesel engines Wow where do I send the money?

Butanol is the only fuel I can think of that has some application to both types of engine.

I would like to see some hard scientific data before taking this as anymore than another large scale scam looking for big funding using vauge but exciting promises.


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Location: Manchester UK | Registered: June 03, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Sounds like a staged set of hydrocarbon reformers similar to what is in modern oil refineries. This one will just crack the hydrocarbon chains present in biomass with pyrolisis instead of those available in crude oil.
A few months ago I was looking at something similar with a single stage Aqueous Phase Reformer to take waste glycerol and make hydrogen and other alkanes (propane, methane) and water.
I am curious about the net energy output of this plant. Pyrolisis, and the various reformers and distilation processes are extremely energy intensive. The New Biofuel may not be so good if the production of one gallon requires burning 4 gallons.
 
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I am curious about the net energy output of this plant. Pyrolisis, and the various reformers and distilation processes are extremely energy intensive. The New Biofuel may not be so good if the production of one gallon requires burning 4 gallons


Very astute observation. Biodiesel produces about four gallons for every gallon burnt and if my memory is right today then that is a lifecycle gallon burnt not a gallon burnt at the bio plant.


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Location: Manchester UK | Registered: June 03, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Ant, Rivera stated that the manufacturing process uses only the energy that is created from the bio-natural gas. Of course he does not mention start up energy, but did say that the process is powered by its own by-product. The process is stated to only need 200,000 bushel of soybean to produce 1 million gallons. Regular BD needs 600,000 bushels to make 1 million gallons.

Also check this out:

http://www.ussec.us/content/resources/od66-ulrd.pdf

If this is uniquely American company can reduce or eliminate our imports it will have the effect of lowering fuel prices world wide. The old supply vs demand thing. At least that is economic theory.


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Registered: May 27, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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There's a big thread dedicated to USSE / SSTP over at BDNow. If you read the whole thing you'll note that someone key in the group is under SEC investigation for fraud. The whole thread is worth a read if you're looking beyond the hype. There are fundamental problems with their energy accounting; you'll note they refuse to address those questions.

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BS by any other name is still BS.
 
Location: West Michigan | Registered: April 26, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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only need 200,000 bushel of soybean to produce 1 million gallons. Regular BD needs 600,000 bushels to make 1 million gallons.


One of the most common mistakes reporters make when "analyzing" production figures is to fail to account for the other products. When oil is removed from soybeans, there are two products - soy oil, and soy meal. The sales of both products are necessary to make soy pay for itself. Neither product, by itself, is profitable. This is basic farm economics. The meal actually has greater value than the oil, which was nearly a waste byproduct before the NBB and the Soy Lobby began promoting biodiesel.

If you turn all of the soybean into fuel, then you lose the valuable high-protein meal. The amount of "carbon based fertilizer" (carbon?) produced might even decide whether it's profitable or not.

It does sound like a combination of snake oil plus gassification reformer technology. If so, then they could use almost any feedstock, rather than limiting themselves to soy.

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Sounds to me that they are turning the whole plant bean and all into a gas and using a process to convert the gas into a liquid. This is nothing new however is being researched more and is being researched and tested on new feedstock. I think it falls along the same lines of biomass except that gas inst burned as a gas but instead converted to a liquid fuel.


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