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Building Bridges in the Algae Value Chain

Join us at this unique forum where key players in the algae industry --co-product algae purchasers, oil and chemical companies, utilities, industrial CO2 generators, wastewater treatment operators, algae technology developers, algae equipment suppliers, algae project developers, biofuels refiners, financiers, transportation companies and government representatives--will share the latest information on:

  • Their activities in support of the emerging algae industry
  • The key technical, financial and economic issues they are addressing
  • The relationships they are establishing to support the value chain

Plus, Hear from More than 50 Key Organizatons, Including:
Advisory One, LLC
Airbus Americas
Aquafauna Biomarine
Arizona State University
Aurora Biofuels
Biodiesel Industries, Inc.
BioFuel Energy Corp.
BP Alternative Energy
Braemer Energy Ventures
Burdock Group Consultants
City of Sunnyvale Wastewater
Treatment Plant
CMEA Capital
Earthrise Nutritionals
Exxon Mobil Chemical
Florida Power & Light
FMC Biopolymer
General Atomics
General Motors
Gilbert Arizona Treatment
Glyos Biotechnologies
Hamilton Clark & Co.
HR BioPetroleum, Inc.
Imperium Renewables
IR1 Group
Kai Bioenergy
Kent BioEnergy Corporation
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
LiveFuels Inc
Marathon Oil Corp.
Mars Symbioscience
Martek Biosciences, Boulder, CO
Napa Valley Wastwater Plant
Noventi Ventures
OriginOil, Inc
Praxair, Inc
Renewable Energy Group, Inc
Ron Henson Consulting Services
Ronore Enterprises, Inc
Royal Dutch Shell
Sapphire Energy
Scotia Capital
Solix Biofuels Inc.
US Department of Agriculture
University of Arizona
University of South Maine
University of Minnesota
US Department of Energy
XL Renewables

Tuesday, May 18, 2010, 5:30pm

For questions regarding this Meet & Greet please contact: Jose A. Olivares, LANL Biofuels Program Lead, NAABB Executive Director, 505.665.5190,

Join the National Alliance for Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts (NAABB) Consortium members, DOE’s newest and largest research effort in algal biofuels, to discuss NAABB objectives and visions for future development and collaboration for the industry.

To join this no-host Meet & Greet meet in the Hilton Del Mar’s Polo Lounge immediately following the program on Tuesday, May 18th.

The mission of NAABB is to lay the technical foundations for a scalable, responsible and affordable renewable biofuels industry. As a National Alliance, NAABB incorporates technical expertise in algal biology and cultivation for various growth ecosystems such as arid and temperate inland, coastal, and off-shore environments; in addition to a historical commitment to sustainable agriculture and rural economic development. The goal is to capitalize on this broad base to develop new innovative technologies throughout the complete algal biofuels production chain that can be brought rapidly into commercialization efforts. This goal will lead to long-term political and socio-economic benefits through a distributed, sustainable, post-petroleum renewable fuel economy.

Take Advantage of a Special Opportunity To Visit Algae Facilities!!!

See It; Touch It: Algae World Tour to Imperial Valley

After three days of hearing about the potential of Algae, you have an opportunity to see and experience the real deal through a visit to the Imperial Valley. Located approximately 90 miles to the east of San Diego, Imperial Valley is home to the longest continuous commercial algae facility and the location for many new algae start-up operations. With abundant sunshine, ample fresh and saline water supplies, outstanding infrastructure, and a project-friendly permitting environment, Imperial Valley is on everyones short list for large-scale algae commercialization.

Join the Imperial Valley Economic Development Corporation for a unique opportunity to visit algae facilities and hear from local county officials so that you can get a first hand view of the vast possibilities for near-term project development.

The tour bus will leave immediately following the conclusion of the Algae World Summit proceedings on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 and will arrive in Imperial Valley for time to experience in-depth site visits, meet and greet with project owners, and includes a catered dinner.

To reserve a seat today for $50.00: please email the Imperial Valley Economic Development Corporation at or call Alexis L. Brown at 760.353.8332

For other questions regarding this unique opportunity, please contact Rick Halperin, Project Manager - Regional Algae Initiative, Advisory One, LLC, 619.955.8330 or via email at: