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BREAKING NEWS: May 03, 2016 - Alternative Energy Magazine

Global Clean Energy on Track to close PGM Acquisition by Early June 2016

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Global Clean Energy, Inc. (GCE)

Global Clean Energy, Inc. (GCEI:OTCPink) is a Maryland publicly traded cleantech corporation with its’ corporate office in Houston, Texas developing and marketing proprietary technology in waste to energy management and feed stock conversion. The company’s SIC code is 2860, and its IRS taxpayer id is 84-1522846.

The Board of Directors accepted with regret the resignation of Kenneth Adessky as Chief Financial Officer and a Director of the company as of November 26, 2015. Mr. Adessky was a founder of the company and will continue to assist the company in attaining its’ goals. He has been devoted through so many changes in the industry, and attacks on his character to making the company a success. A search is underway for a CFO. The company further has consolidated its’ operations in the United States and has closed its’ Montreal office to save an expense of $5,000 per month. Work necessary by our Canadian employees will be handled by Earl Azimov our President.

The company since becoming public in 2008 has been able to adapt to so many changes in the marketplace. Our work with UK Coal provided the company with a vortex pumping system which we have proven to work and when UK Coal could no longer proceed with their cleanup, the company immediately received funding to develop and test a pyrolysis system. It works but the profit margins in the present market conditions does not meet our criteria.

With a multitude of technologies to choose from (bio, solar, wind, geothermal and hydrogen energy) for companies (and investors) whose success relies on choosing the “right” technology, the gamble is great. The company determined that profit and best rate of return revolves around control of feedstock and long term off take agreements and that is our ongoing focus.

By contrast, over the past 8 years Global Clean Energy has kept its focus on waste recovery and has developed two complementary technologies to salvage and reform waste from a variety of sources to produce a variety of clean energy byproducts. Consequently, with a growing worldwide commercial and industrial need for these technologies, GCE is largely insulated from the inherent volatility of a reactive market. Moreover, GCE is well-positioned to exploit fully the opportunities presented by the government policies and programs that are setting the agenda for the alternative energy industry even with the pricing pressure.

 
 
 



Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Global Clean Energy on Track to Close PGM Acquisition by Early June 2016

Monday, May 02, 2016

GCEI Files Quarterly Report

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
GCEI Files Attorney Letter With Respect To Current Information

Monday, April 18, 2016
GCEI Files Attorney Letter With Respect To Current Information

Friday, April 15, 2016

GCEI Files Annual Report

Thursday, March 19, 2015
Update on Global Clean Energy Inc.'s PGM Acquisition

Monday, December 29, 2014
Global Clean Energy Inc.'s Year-End Update

Monday, November 24, 2014
Update on Global Clean Energy Inc.'s Waste to Fuel Projects

Thursday, October 16, 2014
Global Clean Energy, Inc. and Liberty Tire Recycling Confirm Contract

Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Global Clean Energy, Inc. published in a national publication, the FINANCIAL POST

Friday, September 05, 2014

Global Clean Energy, Inc. Project Development Update

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Global Clean Energy to Develop PGM Recovery Facility Through a Planned Acquisition

Thursday, May 8, 2014
Global Clean Energy Commences Plant Ordering as Offtake Testing Nears Completion

Wednesday, April 18, 2014
Global Clean Energy Growing Management Team and Progressing with Projects

Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Agreement Signed Between Global Clean Energy, Inc. and Fortune 500 Industry Leader, Sonoco.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Global Clean Energy Inc. Updates Finger Lakes, New York Waste-To-Fuels Development Marketwired

Monday, December 2, 2013
 Global Clean Energy, Inc. Update Nova ReNew Inc. and European Trip Marketwired

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
 Global Clean Energy, Inc. Unveils 2014 Operational Strategy And Revenue Targets Marketwired

Thursday, September 12, 2013
Global Clean Energy, Inc, the Industry's Most Diversified Feedstock Aggregator and Developer, Along With Nova ReNew Confirm Grant From NRC-IRAP Marketwired


View All Press Releases: CLICK HERE



Global Clean Energy on Track to Close PGM Acquisition by Early June

May 03, 2016 - GCE is still in the process of finalizing an acquisition of a Platinum Group Metals operation. Adjustments in it s' acquisition due to pressure on metal prices. 

The project will still be totally integrated starting with complete control of the feedstock (spent catalytic converter aggregation), proven technology, smelting and refining the recovered PGM to high value precious metals or high value chemicals. Every aspect of the process will be 100% controlled by GCE. The company is assuring that 
upon completion of the acquisition that the subsidiary will provide positive cash flow. 

With the acquisition GCE will have complete control of the catalytic converter feedstock guaranteeing required volumes through expanded converter purchasing efforts for the smelting plant as well as acquiring the targets existing revenue into GCE. The target acquisition company has established multiple channels into acquiring spent catalytic converters through multiple buyers representing different parts of the southeast; the buyers will draw from regional aggregators, corporate players as well as local recyclers.




Global Clean Energy plans to use proven, commercialized Best Available Technology worldwide
 
1) Pyrolysis systems are based on 30 ton module designed to convert approximately 9,900 tons of end of life tires or waste plastics annually, specifically targeting polyethylene and polypropylene, to produce in excess of 3.1million gallons of liquid fuel including diesel. Plastic waste and End of life tires are continuously treated in a cylindrical chamber and the pyrolytic gases condensed in a specially-designed condenser system to yield predominantly straight chain aliphatic hydrocarbons with little formation of by-products. These hydrocarbons are then selectively condensed and cleaved further to produce the average carbon chain length required for distillate fuel. The plastic and tires are pyrolized at 370 ºC-420 ºC and the pyrolysis gases are condensed in a 2-stage condenser to produce a low-sulfur distillate. (Pyrolysis is a process of thermal degradation in the absence of oxygen.) The system consists of stock in-feed system, pyrolysis chambers, contactors, distillation, centrifuge, oil recovery line, off-gas cleaning, and residual contamination removal.

2) Plasma arc smelting technology will be used for the PGM business. GCE has agreements with the world’s leader in plasma smelting technology. The Plasma Arc Furnace has been smelting PGM for 30 years while the proprietary plasma technology has been operating in over 80 plants worldwide since 1964. The Plasma Arc Furnace which will be acquired by GCE is the most efficient smelter in the world with recovery rates of over 99%. The high recovery rate creates a highly profitable smelting operation as each troy ounce of PGM can be as valuable as $1400 T/oz. The Plasma Arc Smelter is modular and is pre-built and will then be shipped to the facility in the South East US and re-assembled. The modular design allows for quick and efficient expansion by adding another module to the existing infrastructure as our business expands past the first plant volume.

 
PLASTIC TO FUEL

GCEI is developing waste plastic to fuel sites in the South East United States with F600 Global Recycling and Packaging Group (SONOCO, symbol: SON), that recycles 2 million tons per year of landfill waste as well as owns and operates multiple landfills.  The  company  will  provide  plastics  via  a  long term feedstock agreement for multiple sites. The waste and after life plastics will be shredded and processed through the pyrolysis vessel to create a high value fuel through the on-site thermal cracking system.  Additionally, GCE has an agreement with one of the nation’s largest tire reclamation entities.  For more information regarding the thermal pyrolysis process, please click here.
PGM RECOVERY
GCEI is collaborating in the catalytic converter recycling and PGM recovery business  to construct and operate a facility to recover platinum, palladium and rhodium from automobile catalytic converters recycled in the United States and abroad.  Additionally, GCE is in the final stages of its due diligence subsequent to an executed agreement to acquire a nonferrous scrap metal and catalytic recycling company in the US. The Company utilizes proven commercialized systems to deliver the most efficient recycling plant technology available on the market.  GCE plans to build, own and operate fully vertically integrated smelting and refining operations in the Platinum Group Metals (PGM) auto catalyst recovery business, and end-to-end Waste to Fuel operations in the alternative fuel industry.










 

GCE is uniquely positioned to become the fastest growing developer with its aggregation model for modular waste-to-energy and recovery conversion projects in the multi-billion dollar waste to energy industry.

With a compelling pipeline of market opportunities presently existing in the United States, the Company is finalizing multiple agreements in prime US markets with major waste plastics and waste tire suppliers to acquire the rights to install pyrolysis systems on their facilities, which allow for the waste plastics and tires to be converted into alternative, low emission fuels such as diesel, and syngas, on their facilities. Each of the feedstock operations has numerous sites available to the Company which will increase GCE’s development pipeline of multiple projects extending into the next decade. In 2014, the Company concluded multiyear feedstock supply contracts with Sonoco Recycling for waste plastics and Liberty Tire for end of life tires.

The Company is in discussions with Fortune 500 manufacturing corporations for the engineering procurement and construction (EPC) of the facilities. The EPC will be providing performance guarantees for their work on the development projects, allowing Global Clean Energy Inc. to bring in-line, term financing commitments to secure the construction.

GCE will announce system roll outs throughout 2016 on route to becoming a preeminent modular pyrolysis system integrator in the US. GCE focuses on proven pyrolysis systems allow for the waste plastics and tires to be converted into alternative, low emission fuels such as diesel, and syngas; the utilization of its technology relationships, and the use of its extensive network of service providers and technology specialists, all working as a team to quickly improve upon existing technologies and develop a suite of next-generation technologies. The company partners with F1000 companies to control gasification technologies with other complementary processes.

GCE partners with Fortune 500 companies as capital partners, project development partners and EPCs providing performance guarantees to our renewable energy projects. Projects include the design and build of process skids, automation architecture, software, power control and engineering and start-up services. GCEI has the ability to deliver scalable, complex solutions on a global level. 





 
 

The GCE management team has extensive financial and operational backgrounds in the renewable energy, manufacturing, IP, IT fields, having built and sold companies in the hundreds of million-of dollars over the last 20 years. With broad experience in many disciplines and industries, our customers have ranged from large independents through to government agencies, mass distribution entities and Fortune 1000 companies. The team’s industry background affords the company with vital insight and a valuable network of plant construction, manufacturing and EPC resources.


Dr. Earl Azimov, Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Earl Azimov has been the Chief Executive Officer and President of Global Clean Energy, Inc. since April 30, 2009.
He served as the Chairman of Global Clean Energy, Inc. from August 2006 to April 30, 2009 and he has been a Director of Global Clean Energy Inc. since August 29, 2006.
Dr. Azimov served and co-founded Miazzi Internet Ventures Inc. where he has assumed leadership roles in early stage companies since 1996, including Mamma.com, which was sold in 1999 for an eight-figure valuation.
He has 20 years of private equity experience, focusing on seed capital investments in early stage companies. He has been active as an advisor and board member of the PME startup fund since 2003 and is an accredited commodity trading advisor (CTA).
From 1992 to 1995, Dr. Azimov co-founded a national Optical Center that was sold to National Vision Associates of Atlanta, which operated the Wal-Mart Vision Centers.
Dr. Azimov has a Bachelor of Science from the University of South Carolina and a Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Montreal School of Optometry, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
 

 

Steven R. Mann, Chief Development Officer


Steven R. Mann has a solid background in renewable energy projects dating back to the mid 1980s.  At this time, he championed a 3rd-party funded solar technology which allowed condominium communities to leverage solar energy without any upfront investment. From this implementation, these communities enjoyed a shared savings program which saved up to 15% on the energy bills. Some of those solar systems are still currently in operation.

Mr. Mann founded MicroEnergies in 2007 to fill the niche of smaller on-site waste-to-energy projects. He currently is developing alternative energy projects that would convert waste tires and plastics into fuel and carbon char. Mr. Mann has proven his skill in business and leadership at executive levels, through managing over 200 employees, while building the business he founded into one of the nation’s largest companies in its category successfully selling the company to private equity in early 2007.
MicroEnergies currently has numerous waste to fuel projects in development. Some of these include feedstock agreements for waste plastics and waste tires using proven conversion technologies that will convert the waste into high value marketable fuel. As well, there exist off-take agreements for gasoline, naphtha, diesel and jet fuel. MicroEnergies has merged with GCEI to accelerate the development of energy projects in their development division


 

Hakim Zahar, Chief Technology Officer

With more than 35 years of experience in the clean energy and environment sectors, Mr. Zahar has implemented more than 400 successful programs/projects in both developed and developing countries. Since 2002, Mr. Zahar became very active in the climate change mitigation and adaptation fields with several references in Asian and African countries and around the World. Mr. Zahar is familiar with coordination, management, strengthening and delivery of demand-driven practical services to a large team of experts.
In January 2010, Mr. Zahar joined the International Finance Corporation (IFC)- World Bank Group as Program Manager (STC) to develop a resource efficiency program targeting the SSA region. The program has a cross-sectoral approach to achieve sustainable results in different environments. During this period, he also developed a resource efficiency program targeting the mining sector. In addition, he developed a governmental program for the residential sector in Seychelles targeting the set-up of a guarantee fund to facilitate the funding of interventions in clean energy (Energy efficiency and renewable energy). Also, he contributed to develop pilot clean energy projects in several sector-specific interventions: pulp and paper, glass, agri-business, chemical and tourism.
With a large experience in developing and implementing innovative programs like ESCOs, Mr. Zahar can deliver expert services related to clean energy in partnership with local and international stakeholders.
 



  CONTACT INFORMATION

Corporate Headquarters
Houston: 6040 Upshaw Suite #105
Humble, TX 77396
USA
281-441-2538(Corporate HQ)

Investor Relations
713-852-7474 (Investor Relations)
info@globalcleanenergy.net
 

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#18032  Sticky Note UPDATED IBOX JFBroderick 05/06/16 11:54:45 AM
#16007  Sticky Note $GCEI> 2016 Plans and update 1jk1 04/17/16 07:16:00 AM
#19204   thanks ky....same to you....june is upon us...and upward winnerpicker 05/27/16 06:36:35 PM
#19203   From 1 yr ago .... do You ever duelittle2 05/27/16 05:55:33 PM
#19202   You to WP have a good weekend with kyallen 05/27/16 05:47:12 PM
#19201   have a great memorial weekend all positive shareholders: winnerpicker 05/27/16 05:39:07 PM
#19200   $GCEI ALERT>Guys Don't Worry Be Happy "PENNYLAND COMING" 1jk1 05/27/16 04:38:03 PM
#19199   $GCEI ALERT> Latest News & Company Info etc. 1jk1 05/27/16 04:30:33 PM
#19198   $GCEI> Automotive Catalytic Converter/$272.95bn Market Size Is Expected 1jk1 05/27/16 04:24:25 PM
#19197   GCEI has Low float, never had a R/S, glens0 05/27/16 03:55:49 PM
#19196   Global Clean Energy, Inc. is a waste-to-energy conversion glens0 05/27/16 03:52:18 PM
#19195   Likewise... Never will forget. Gonfishun 05/27/16 03:50:00 PM
#19194   Global Clean Energy on Track to close PGM glens0 05/27/16 03:48:23 PM
#19193   GCEI HAS NEVER HAD ANY OPERATIONS AND NEVER eleniak 05/27/16 03:47:29 PM
#19192   Added more today. GCEI. Everyone have a great b4ucry 05/27/16 03:46:08 PM
#19191   The company has during the year initiated new glens0 05/27/16 03:45:53 PM
#19190   Things are finally coming together after all these glens0 05/27/16 03:43:47 PM
#19189   From filings The company has asked its’ legal glens0 05/27/16 03:42:40 PM
#19188   WHAT DO YOU MEAN? THEY ANNOUNCED ALL THIS eleniak 05/27/16 03:38:16 PM
#19187   Time will tell Hammy. Gonfishun 05/27/16 03:19:02 PM
#19186   Thank you for posting this information. I think hammy3777 05/27/16 03:16:46 PM
#19185   Excellent info ky! This comes from digging really hammy3777 05/27/16 03:00:41 PM
#19184   $GCEI HUGE NEWS>($40M BOND) Global Clean Energy consolidates 1jk1 05/27/16 02:54:05 PM
#19183   This has NOTHING TO DO WITH GCEI!!! They eleniak 05/27/16 01:49:20 PM
#19182   1 waste to fuel facilitie 1.5M gallons of kyallen 05/27/16 01:23:03 PM
#19181   ASK BELOW .004!!!!! .002'S ARE GETTING NEAR!!! eleniak 05/27/16 01:08:18 PM
#19180   WITH ALL DUE RESPECT SIR, YOU'RE POSTING OUTDATED eleniak 05/27/16 01:03:38 PM
#19178   That is what I am trying to get kyallen 05/27/16 12:58:20 PM
#19177   WOW if GCEI does have it together we glens0 05/27/16 12:51:05 PM
#19176   Depending on grade of carbon it could mean kyallen 05/27/16 12:46:09 PM
#19175   AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, TWO YEARS AGO!!!! AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH eleniak 05/27/16 12:36:08 PM
#19174   GCEI- finalizing agreement for 3,400 tons of carbon kyallen 05/27/16 12:34:15 PM
#19173   IT'S JUST A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE THOSE eleniak 05/27/16 12:17:00 PM
#19172   GCEI uses SGS for quality verification. kyallen 05/27/16 12:16:30 PM
#19171   .05 it's coming. Patience & hold steady. GCEI glens0 05/27/16 12:02:21 PM
#19170   AT .05 THESE INVESTORS WILL BE VERY HAPPY glens0 05/27/16 11:59:41 AM
#19169   ABOUT 15,000,000 SHARES OF THIS POS WERE BOUGHT eleniak 05/27/16 11:57:01 AM
#19168   A really good post this month a must glens0 05/27/16 11:43:50 AM
#19167   MAYBE GCEI SHOULD SET UP A GO FUND eleniak 05/27/16 11:16:01 AM
#19166   More great news. June is so close. GCEI b4ucry 05/27/16 11:13:37 AM
#19165   DON'T FORGET THE $55 MILLION THEY ALREADY GOT eleniak 05/27/16 11:12:43 AM
#19164   Contracts already signed with liberty tire and Sonoco. kyallen 05/27/16 10:58:24 AM
#19163   Green green in its way! GCEI Crabby!! 05/27/16 10:33:04 AM
#19162   Real slow Friday. Lets have another GREEN [ glens0 05/27/16 10:30:57 AM
#19161   Not about "afford"...just oversight. Happens all the Crabby!! 05/27/16 10:22:09 AM
#19160   AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, THEY CAN'T EVEN AFFORD IT!!! AND THEY'RE eleniak 05/27/16 10:01:58 AM
#19159   LOL...I own 4 corporations. That's $150 bucks Crabby!! 05/27/16 09:44:06 AM
#19158   $GCEI>" THE FINAL COUNTDOWN " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iH1biQdy 1jk1 05/27/16 09:24:07 AM
#19157   HEAVY DILUTION CONTINUES, THREE YEAR HIGH AND THE eleniak 05/27/16 09:04:59 AM
#19155   http://s33.postimg.org/h9u7h7pq7/Capture.png helms 05/27/16 07:49:37 AM
#19154   $GCEI>A/D: Heavy Accumulation Continues @ 3 YEAR HIGH 1jk1 05/27/16 06:51:42 AM
#19153   Ahahahahahahahah you may be part of those options. LOL glens0 05/27/16 12:43:47 AM
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