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.