WHICH BIO-FUEL FOR AVIATION IS THE CHEAPEST TO PRODUCE AND HAS THE LOWEST CO2-EMISSIONS??
This is the question.

Which bio-fuel type will be the new leading bio-fuel?
Which bio-fuel type will be the most environmental friendly?
Which bio-fuel type will be the cheapest to produce?
Which bio-fuel type will be the most outstanding?

This is the answer:
JATROPHA-BIO-FUEL: THE NEW BIO-FUEL FOR AVIATION!!

The quality of jatropha bio-fuel (Bio-Derived Synthetic Paraffinic Kerosene (Bio-SPK) is even better than Jet-A kerosene and can 50/50% be blended with Jet-A kerosene.

My name is Albert Jurgens and my prime area of interest is bio-fuel projects in Brazil. Worldwide, Brazil has the most experience with bio-fuel technology.
At this moment we are preparing a bio-fuel project of 110,000 ha. to develop a jatropha plantation on yet uncultivated soil for the production of approximately 50,000,000 gallons jatropha crude oil per annum and a project of 149.000 ha. for the production of approximately 75,000,000 gallons jatropha crude oil per annum.

At present I am looking for investors to develop in Brazil first the jatropha plantation of 110.000 ha.
A proposal could be to start jointly this project with airlines and/or investors the Brazil Bio-fuel Investment Fund, where could be invested in participations of each € 1.000,000.00.
It needs about 2 years before there will be a production of the jatropha crude oil. By full  production of the jatropha plantation the investors will receive 200,000 gallons jatropha crude oil per € 1,000,000.00 participation per annum during about 25 years.
These participations will be transmissible.

The project has a high potential to offer various benefits – social, environmental and economical – and satisfies to the Roundtable on Sustainable Bio-fuels Principle & Criteria for Sustainable Bio-fuel Production.
Have a closer look at: http://rsb.epfl.ch

See also the “Insights into Jatropha Projects Worldwide” from the Leuphana university, 21335 Lüneburg, Germany in cooperation with Yale University and the University of South Australia . We believe the study provides the most recent and most comprehensive market overview on Jatropha currently available. The study can be downloaded under http://www.inocas.com/projects.html

If you would like to have more information about the production of jatropha or want to discuss about my suggestion, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Best regards,
Albert Jurgens


Albert Jurgens


Sharon
Slotman
Secretary