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02.01.07 13:29
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1334 Postings, 5806 Tage tradix2007 GREENSHIFT


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04.01.07 15:49

1820 Postings, 5160 Tage Gadricgekauft, jetzt schauen wir mal! o. T.

04.01.07 16:35
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1820 Postings, 5160 Tage Gadric 0,105 +5,00%

es sieht gut aus, denke, wer jetzt einsteigt, macht nix verkehrt...wir waren unten, jetzt gehts wieder bisl bergauf...  

04.01.07 21:33

844 Postings, 5033 Tage bembelboyseh ich auch so

schlimmer geht's nimmer, bin mit dabei.  

05.01.07 10:55

1334 Postings, 5806 Tage tradixsieht gut aus, Dollar steigt wieder o. T.

05.01.07 11:43

204 Postings, 5466 Tage Dag99und weiter gehts Akt. 0,081 EUR

Diff. in % +2,53%
Diff. abs. +0,002
      Geld     0,077    30.000          §
     Brief     0,082    50.000§
Spread in % 6,10%  

05.01.07 15:21

1820 Postings, 5160 Tage GadricKerzenchart sieht auch gut aus...

bin gespannt auf USA  

05.01.07 16:16

204 Postings, 5466 Tage Dag99+ 9.52% am US Markt

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05.01.07 16:27

1820 Postings, 5160 Tage Gadricsieht doch gut aus....

mal gucken, wann so richtig Schwung reinkommt...  

05.01.07 23:56

1820 Postings, 5160 Tage GadricSuper Wochenschluss

Schaut euch mal den Chart an, das sieht wirklich wieder gut aus! Schönes Wochenende!  

06.01.07 00:08

204 Postings, 5466 Tage Dag99da geht noch was !

auch schönes Wochenende

Gruß Dag99  

06.01.07 00:10

738 Postings, 4795 Tage GucciKauft lieber noch billig Gib AG WKN : A0HHA8 o. T.

10.01.07 13:38

549 Postings, 6204 Tage Taodonola amigoes

sagt mir doch mal einer bescheid wenn die wieder bei 24 cent sind!;)) hab mal irgendwann den ausstieg verschlumpft wegen urlaub naja

www.helgoland.info  

17.01.07 13:37

1334 Postings, 5806 Tage tradixhier könnt bald wieder was gehen, recht günstig o. T.

17.01.07 13:39

560 Postings, 4975 Tage Bobby333Der Ölpreis auch ! o. T.

23.01.07 18:08

1334 Postings, 5806 Tage tradixGreenshift geht heute ab + 23% in US

weiß wer warum?  

23.01.07 19:42

1334 Postings, 5806 Tage tradixNeues Management bei Greenshift

GS CleanTech Announces Management Appointments
Monday January 22, 9:53 am ET
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GS CleanTech Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GSCT - News) today announced the appointments of David Winsness to President and Chief Executive Officer, Greg Barlage to Chief Operational Officer, and John "Whit" Davis to Vice President of Operations.

"These appointments are both very important and timely to GS CleanTech," said Kevin Kreisler, GS CleanTech's chairman and now former chief executive officer. "Our corn oil to biodiesel program has a built up a great deal of momentum and the depth and breadth of our team will be critical to our continued success as we transition more fully from technology commercialization to systems deployment and ongoing operations. David, Greg and Whit each have intimate knowledge of our technologies as well as standard vegetable oil refining, and ethanol and biodiesel production processes. I have every confidence in each of them and the rest of the GS CleanTech team, and I look forward to the continued success of our corn oil to biodiesel program."

David Winsness, GS CleanTech's president and chief executive officer, added that: "I am very excited by where we are today. We have a growing team of dynamic and hard working engineers and project managers and I strongly believe that our technologies can help to facilitate tremendous gains for commerce and the environment. Our first target is the Corn Ethanol Production Industry, and we intend to remain relentlessly focused on enhancing the net energy value of traditional corn derived ethanol production by layering in additional technologies that maximize the revenues and earnings yield of every bushel of corn. GS CleanTech has made great strides in the past year and I look forward with anticipation to our future."

David Winsness, GS CleanTech's new Chief Executive Officer, was previously GS CleanTech's President and Chief Operational Officer in which position he led the commercialization effort for GS CleanTech technologies. Mr. Winsness has spearheaded the addition of over a dozen patented and patent pending technologies to GS CleanTech's portfolio, six of which were developed and authored directly by Mr. Winsness, including GS CleanTech's Corn Oil Extraction Technology. Mr. Winsness is a graduate of Clemson University (B.S., Mechanical Engineering) and he has spent his professional career as a process engineer in the chemical, food, pharmaceutical and power generation markets. Prior to accepting a position with GS CleanTech, Mr. Winsness served as chief technology officer and eventually chief executive officer of Vortex Dehydration Technology where he directed the research, development and commercialization of a technology that is now GS CleanTech's Tornado Generator(TM).

Greg Barlage, GS CleanTech's new Chief Operational Officer, has over 15 years of deep process engineering experience, including manufacturing optimization, maintenance and operations management with a leading food products company. Prior to joining GS CleanTech in early 2006, Mr. Barlage worked for Alfa Laval, a global leader in heat transfer, separation, and fluid handling solutions. There he was responsible for all separation, heat transfer, and specialty process capital equipment sales to the meat processing and vegetable oil processors in the U.S. In this position he effectively reformed the sales team to grow sales and innovate with new products and systems for these industries. Notably, Mr. Barlage lead the Alfa Laval team as it worked with GS CleanTech's management in the commercialization of its proprietary corn oil extraction technology and has worked extensively with GS CleanTech's team as they designed and deployed GS CleanTech's existing Corn Oil Extraction System installations at Little Sioux Corn Processors and Glacial Lakes Energy. Mr. Barlage has also worked on the engineering and installation of a commercial scale version of GS CleanTech's Tornado Generator(TM) technology located in Joplin, Missouri, where it effectively processes and dehydrates poultry products into highly nutritional and shelf stable products. This system operates 24 hours per day, 5 days per week and also uses Alfa Laval heat transfer and centrifuge components in conjunction with the Tornado Generator(TM) to produce high quality animal fats, chicken broth and dehydrated poultry proteins. Mr. Barlage has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, and an M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

John "Whit" Davis, GS CleanTech's new Vice President of Operations, has a broad base of diversified management, engineering, operational and business development experience. Mr. Davis led the deployment of GS CleanTech's existing Corn Oil Extraction System installations at Little Sioux Corn Processors and Glacial Lakes Energy. Most recently in his career, Mr. Davis was the technical director for special projects at Vortex Dehydration Technology, where he led product design, development and implementation for many applications of the technologies underlying GS CleanTech's Tornado Generator(TM). Mr. Davis holds the rank of Lt. Commander as a reservist with the U.S. Coast Guard. Mr. Davis has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and an M.B.A from Boston University.

About GS CleanTech Corporation

GS CleanTech Corporation provides applied engineering and technology transfer services based on clean technologies and process innovations that make it cost-effective and easy to recycle and reuse resources. Additional information on GS CleanTech and its technologies is available online at www.gs-cleantech.com.

GS CleanTech is majority owned by GreenShift Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GSHF - News), a company devoted to facilitating the efficient use of natural resources. Additional information on GreenShift is available online at www.greenshift.com.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of GS CleanTech Corporation, and members of their management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.  

23.01.07 20:05

11 Postings, 5011 Tage NuggiKursverlauf Greenshift

Vielleicht ein Grund :

GS CleanTech Executes Agreement with Ethanol Producer


Company's Technologies Convert Ethanol Co-products Into Additional Fuel


NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

GS CleanTech Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GSCT) today announced its execution of a definitive agreement with Central Indiana Ethanol, LLC ("Central") to extract about 1.5 million gallons per year of crude corn oil from Central Indiana's distillers dried grains ("DDG") for conversion into a biodiesel feedstock using GS CleanTech's proprietary corn oil extraction technology.

GS CleanTech's patent-pending Corn Oil Extraction Systems(TM) have been engineered to help ethanol producers to cost-effectively and rapidly increase their fuel yields and enhance their revenues and earnings out of existing crops. GS CleanTech provides turn-key extraction systems to participating ethanol producers in return for long-term agreements to purchase the extracted corn oil at a discount to prevailing fuel prices but at a price that also works out to a premium to the value of the corn oil when it is bound in the DDG.

In all, GS CleanTech's publicly announced contracts will produce about 23.5 million gallons per year of crude corn oil for conversion into biodiesel fuel as GS CleanTech successfully deploys the relevant corn oil extraction systems during 2007 and 2008. At current fuel prices, this corn oil has a current market value of about $17 million to about $23 million as a biodiesel feedstock. This value increases with increasing fuel prices under GS CleanTech's program.

GS CleanTech generates revenue by selling its extraction systems and process engineering services and from ongoing annuities arising from the purchase and sale of the extracted corn oil. GS CleanTech's affiliated fuel production company, GS AgriFuels Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GSGF) has the exclusive right to purchase the extracted corn oil for conversion into biodiesel fuel. Once converted into biodiesel fuel, the announced 23.5 million gallons per year of corn oil also corresponds to biodiesel sales of more than $55 million.

David Winsness, GS CleanTech's president and chief executive officer said that "Corn-derived ethanol producers clearly recognize the need to improve their energy balance. The surest and quickest way to do this is to implement technologies that enhance the yields and operating efficiencies of traditional production processes. Our corn oil extraction technology is the first of several new technologies that we are bringing to ethanol producers to meet those objectives, including integral biodiesel production, biomass gasification and carbon dioxide capture and conversion technologies."

GS CleanTech's Focus on Ethanol Production

GS CleanTech is focused on delivering these technologies and process innovations to the ethanol production industry with a view towards maximizing the yield of corn-based ethanol production. GS CleanTech's currently available offerings in its ethanol program include its:

   --  Corn oil extraction systems;

   --  Small-scale modular biodiesel production systems; and,

   --  Biomass gasification and gas to liquids systems.

GS CleanTech is also developing new technologies, such as its carbon dioxide algal bioreactor technology, for application at ethanol facilities.

Traditional ethanol processing converts each bushel of corn, which weighs about 54 pounds, into about 18 pounds of ethanol, 18 pounds of carbon dioxide, and 18 pounds of distillers dried grains, which contain about 2 pounds of fat. This corresponds to a corn to clean fuel conversion efficiency of about 33%, or about 2.8 gallons of clean fuel per bushel of corn. GS CleanTech's ambition is to increase this efficiency as much as possible by converting as co-products such as DDG and carbon dioxide into additional renewable fuels.

GS CleanTech's patent-pending corn oil extraction and biodiesel processing technologies convert the fat in the DDG into a high grade corn oil that can then be converted into biodiesel on close to a 1:1 volumetric basis. This increases the corn to clean fuel conversion efficiency described above to 36%, or about 3.0 gallons of clean fuel per bushel of corn. This increased yield per bushel may not seem like much, but it adds up.

GS CleanTech's corn oil extraction systems allow a typical 50 million gallon per year ethanol production facility to increase their revenues by more than 3% by extracting and selling up to 3.3 million gallons per year of corn oil.

This revenue increase can be even more dramatic for qualified ethanol producers that wish to participate in GS CleanTech's co-located corn oil to biodiesel model, where biodiesel is produced directly on site at participating ethanol facilities.

GS CleanTech's Corn Oil Extraction System(TM)

GS CleanTech's Corn Oil Extraction System(TM) offers the following compelling benefits for ethanol producers:

   --  Increased Revenue - The corn oil extracted is readily amenable
       to refining into biodiesel fuel which creates a new revenue
       stream for participating ethanol facilities;

   --  Reduced Operating Costs and Emissions - Corn oil removal can
       improve drying efficiency by more than 10% with reduced
       natural gas or coal needs and reduced emissions (NOx, SOx,
       VOC, and CO2);

   --  Low Operating Costs - The system requires less than $0.05 per
       gallon of corn oil produced;

   --  High Recovery Rates - The technology is capable of recovering
       up to 75% of the corn oil within the DDG; and,

   --  Increased Inclusion Rates - Corn oil removal can improve
       defatted DDG marketability and inclusion rates by reducing fat
       content.

   About GS CleanTech Corporation
GS CleanTech Corporation provides applied engineering and technology transfer services based on clean technologies and process innovations that make it cost-effective and easy to recycle and reuse resources. Additional information on GS CleanTech and its technologies is available online at www.gs-cleantech.com.

GS CleanTech and GS AgriFuels are majority owned by GreenShift Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GSHF), a company devoted to facilitating the efficient use of natural resources. Additional information on GreenShift is available online at www.greenshift.com.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Those statements include statements regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of GS CleanTech Corporation, and members of their management as well as the assumptions on which such statements are based. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements. Important factors currently known to management that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-statements include fluctuation of operating results, the ability to compete successfully and the ability to complete before-mentioned transactions. The company undertakes no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements to reflect changed assumptions, the occurrence of unanticipated events or changes to future operating results.

Source: GS CleanTech Corporation


 

23.01.07 20:09

11 Postings, 5011 Tage NuggiKursverlauf Greenshift

Oder auch deshalb:

23.01.2007 19:35
Bush: USA werden 20% ihres Ölverbrauchs reduzieren
US Präsident Bush gab heute bekannt, dass die Vereinigten Staaten in den nächsten 10 Jahren 20% ihres Ölverbrauchs reduzieren wollen. 15% des zukünftigen Benzinverbrauchs sollen durch alternative Antriebsstoffe bis 2017 ersetzt werden.

Bush folgt mit seiner Rede dem wachsenden öffentlichen Interesse an Alternativen Energien in den USA. In den Vereinigten Staaten wird zunehmend die Abhängigkeit der Energieversorgung durch im Grunde gegenüber den USA kritisch bis feindlich eingestellte Staaten diskutiert. Auch der Klimawandel sorgt nach Katastrophen wie Hurrikan Katharina für politischen Druck

Gruß

Nuggi  

23.01.07 20:15

2437 Postings, 5119 Tage smexwow + 63%

http://www.ariva.de/quote/profile.m?a=A0J4E5&rnd=8412 ---- +63%...man ...ich war fast dran...habe ich gestern überlegt mal rein zu gehen(GS cleantech/Veridium)...aber immerhin bin mit 25.000 in greenshift...auch nicht schlecht... +35%...

das sind doch super-firmen...bio-unternehmen sind die logischen nachfolger der goldproduzenten und sonstige rohstoffaktien...maispreis boomt, genauso die nachfrage nach biostoffe, die benzin ersetzen...

greenshift, die aktie 2007 neben center-tainment...  

23.01.07 20:30
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1334 Postings, 5806 Tage tradixmittlerweile +45% bei GSHF

und eigentlich noch immer Einstiegskurse  

24.01.07 01:12

2437 Postings, 5119 Tage smexgreenshift = solaraktie der "biofuel economy"

für mich ist greenshift die solaraktie der biowirtschaft...

genauso wie bei solaraktien sehe ich ein start-up der biofuel firmen...

biofuel ist soetwas wie solar2007...

bei 11 mio MK sehe ich potenzial...zumal zu GS gehören sämtliche Firmen in fast allen Bereiche der Biowirtschaft an...  

24.01.07 11:05

1334 Postings, 5806 Tage tradixIch würde die jetzt auch nicht verkaufen o. T.

26.01.07 13:19

789 Postings, 6221 Tage Feedbackbin jetzt

auch dabei *G*

take care

feedback  

26.01.07 20:22

789 Postings, 6221 Tage Feedbackso kann

es von mir aus weitergehen *G*. heute gekauft und ab gehn norden. gibts was neues oder einfach die normale schwankung?

take care

feedback  

29.06.07 14:33

163 Postings, 4571 Tage markuslorenzGreenshift ...

Richtung Norden! 30% sind gleich erreicht!!!  

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