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MoneyTV Interview, Hot 50 Voting Begins

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, November 15, 2010

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, November 15, 2010

Hello again – a great week ahead.

Biofuels Digest “Hot 5” Voting Starts

Hot on the heels of the Congressional midterms, voting has begun for the “50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy”, now in its third year.

Last year, OriginOil advanced from 45nd to 42nd in a hotly contested field of over 1400 companies worldwide. YOU hold the key to our further advancement!

If you’re a subscriber, please pull up your copy of this morning’s Biofuels Digest, click on your personalized ballot link, and check “Red Hot” for OriginOil. Feel free to vote on any other company you like.

If you’re not yet a subscriber, please click here to subscribe to this extremely useful publication, and you will receive your own link in the next issue or so.

Then vote!

MoneyTV In-Depth Interview

Last Thursday, host Don Baillargeon interviewed me at length about our commercialization progress and the big hydrogen announcement last week.

Check it out now at – the video includes new photos of the first field trip our MAX ONE field testing laboratory made to New Mexico late last summer, and of our equipment now being installed in Australia.

Next week, I’ll be showing a video of the New Mexico field trip!

In other news, our CTO, Dr. Brian Goodall, has just joined our team in Australia after having presented a well-received paper on “Second Generation Dewatering and Extraction Technologies” to the World Refining Association’s “Biofuels 2010″ conference in Amsterdam. We will post it soon.

For ‘fresh’ updates, link with me on Twitter (riggseck), and OriginOil too! If you’re interested in a great weekly bio-debate, open a search for #biochat in Twitter every Wednesday at 4PM Pacific.

Thanks as always for your support,

Riggs and team

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

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