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A Radio Visit to OriginOil

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, April 8, 2011

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, April 8, 2011

Good morning!

It was 1992, and Los Angeles was in flames. And “Which Way, L.A.?” became the daily must-listen show to cover the events. It’s since expanded to cover US and global affairs.

This week, it covered OriginOil! You can listen to it here. (Click “Listen” and move the slider to the 11 minute mark, where our segment begins.)

We tour the lab and explain how algae is being developed into fuels and other products, and the part we play. We think it’s very, very good.

If you have a moment today, please do listen to the program! Let me know what you think.


Algae’s “Killer App”

Great new video on our home page. Check it out. The short clip features my speech last week at the NAA in New York, our Australian pilot site, and some kind words from Barry Cohen, Executive Director of the NAA.

Key points in the video: algae’s “killer app” (taking advantage of its ability to absorb CO2), and our new effort to integrate our technology with other vendors.

Integration is logical, and customers are clamoring for it.

Linking up with Other Vendors

Here’s how it works out in practice. Say there is a device that works before or after our own technology in the algae production process. It’s a standard piece of equipment that is distributed throughout the world.

So we make sure our two technologies work together; and then we agree to bring their product into our sites, and they will do the same for their international network.

A series of agreements like this will ensure that we acquire global distribution for our technology, while solving major challenges for our customers.

I wouldn’t be talking about this if we didn’t have something in the works, so stay tuned!

And here’s to a great weekend.

Riggs and team

Riggs Eckelberry
President & CEO
OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)

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