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From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, March 25, 2011

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, April 8, 2011

On Wednesday, I talked with Matt Miller and Carol Massar on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
(Watch the broadcast here.)

We discussed the price of algae, which we know is still very high.

But Matt thought we might not be so far off now — with some analysts predicting $200/barrel oil by the end of the YEAR…

On the nuclear front, I talked about Japan’s own algae efforts, which will likely get a big boost from the situation there.

And with nuclear’s future in grave doubt, I predicted a fossil fuel boom, especially in natural gas… which in turn would drive the need for the world’s most efficient CO2 absorber: algae.

MoneyTV – Focus and Policy

Yesterday on MoneyTV (watch it here), I discussed the need for focus to stay on top of our latest successes.

I’ll be discussing our policy direction this Monday in New York, at the National Algae Association’s conference. Our pioneering algae customers want a united vendor offering. The algae industry needs to integrate and consolidate. That’s the next big trend, and more on this very soon.

Have a great weekend!

Riggs and team

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

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