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Carbonics Capital Corporation
http://www.carbonicscapital.com/

 

Current Share Structure

as of MAY 20th, 2010

Authorized shares - 10,000,000,000
Outstanding shares - 2,202,943,349

as of JUNE 29th, 2010

Authorized shares - 10,000,000,000
Outstanding shares - 2,879,307,216

 

Carbonics Taps Dr. Paul Miller for CEO

 

The Board of Directors of Carbonics Capital Corporation (OTCBB: CICS) has appointed Paul T. Miller, Ph.D. to the position of president and chief executive officer.

 

Prior to his acceptance of the position of president and CEO of Carbonics, Dr. Miller was the founder and president of Sustainable Systems, an oilseed processing facility specializing in the production of high oleic vegetable oils for food applications. Dr. Miller has a hands-on understanding of the challenges faced by early stage development projects and companies including diverse experience in finance, sales, marketing, product development and operations. Dr. Miller earned a B.S. in Chemistry from Radford University and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Montana.

 

“Carbonics will focus on technological development and services that decarbonizes and increases efficiency within industry and commerce,” said Dr. Miller. “Our plan to build shareholder value involves the development and use of technologies that decrease carbon and energy intensity coupled with the monetization of those reductions to help drive our growth.”

Carbonics’ first project involves its planned acquisition of the Sustainable Systems oilseed crush facility in Culbertson, Montana from GreenShift Corporation (OTCBB: GERS), and the restructuring and repositioning of this facility as a strategic location for the processing of carbon-neutral second generation feedstocks for biofuel applications. In addition, Carbonics intends to invest in the development of technology to manufacture carbon-negative third generation feedstocks for biofuel and specialty chemical applications.

 

Dr. Miller stated, “I am energized by Carbonics’ technology, services, business development and overall growth opportunities. It remains extremely important that the private sector continue to develop and invest in renewable energy, energy efficiency and clean technology that has diverse applications across industry and commerce. We are collectively, as a society, facing unprecedented challenges in the form of resource scarcity and global climate change. We believe that development of second and third generation feedstocks that help to streamline the flow of carbon through, out and back into commerce presents a compelling opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the resolution of these challenges.”



The Earth’s natural carbon cycle is out of balance.

We produce carbon dioxide in just about everything we do, starting with breathing. An average person will exhale about 23 tons of carbon dioxide over an average life span of 70 years. The 6 billion people on our planet produce about 2 billion tons per year of carbon dioxide at zero industrial activity.

Fossil fuel combustion and other industrial processes release about 26 billion tons per year of carbon dioxide (containing 7 billion tons of carbon). While this represents only about 1% of the estimated total amount of carbon resident in the atmosphere, natural processes have not been able to balance out the increase.

This is evidenced by the fact that atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations have risen 35% from pre-industrial levels of about 280 parts per million to the current level of about 380 parts per million.

While each new part per million of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere corresponds to a total of 7.7 billion new tons of atmospheric carbon dioxide, half of the carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere is absorbed into the Earth’s oceans and forests.

This means that human activity has released about 1.5 trillion tons of carbon dioxide (containing 420 billion tons of carbon) into the atmosphere since the dawn of the industrial era. The total amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in the early 1800s was about 2.1 trillion tons; the total amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere today is about 2.9 trillion tons.

At current and expected rates of production, we will release another 2.7 trillion tons of carbon dioxide (containing 756 billion tons of carbon) during the next 50 years, and the total amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will be about 4.3 trillion tons. This corresponds to an atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration of 560 parts per million, which is /double/ the pre-industrial concentration.

The Earth’s natural mechanisms for processing carbon dioxide are not keeping up with us. We need to help if severe climate change is to be avoided.

New technologies will be needed to stem the tide, reverse the flow and ultimately shut off the tap, but we can take action immediately. The first critical steps are simply to be smarter about how we consume fossil fuels and to use carbon-neutral fuels as much as possible.

http://www.greenshift.com/whoweare.php?mode=5

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Carbonics Capital Corp.
http://www.sec.gov./cgi-bin/browse-edgar?company=CARBONICS+CAPITAL+CORP&CIK=&filenum=&State=&SIC=&owner=include&action=getcompany
 

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#949   WPTH is having lot of buzz kranthikumar 12/20/13 10:11:19 AM
#948   came alive newt69 08/09/13 01:56:56 PM
#947   WPTH is smells like a winner kranthikumar 08/09/13 10:10:38 AM
#946   this is going to get converted up the Planopenny 01/18/13 09:08:54 PM
#945   CICS changed to WPTH: Renee 01/14/13 04:34:45 PM
#944   watching/marked Planopenny 01/13/13 06:06:07 PM
#943   Are expecting RS? been away for awhile still Mr_Breeze 01/04/13 04:35:55 PM
#942   looks like new website coming up newt69 12/05/12 11:09:44 AM
#941   cic, been dead for , what 2 years now newt69 12/05/12 10:52:29 AM
#940   Yorkville are the kiss of death to any Renee 11/30/12 10:32:09 PM
#939   CD w Yorkville signed too at .003 mkinhaw 11/30/12 10:21:05 PM
#938   Carbonics Capital Corp. changed to Westport Energy Holdings Renee 11/30/12 06:38:05 PM
#937   CICS: DTC: Please be advised that effective October Renee 10/24/12 06:41:02 PM
#936   What is happening with this company? Still potential Drew88 09/05/12 09:00:17 PM
#935   Been wondering that too. Well as long as Drew88 05/02/12 10:47:37 AM
#934   Split's off, eh? What a sad day this is. elias111 05/02/12 08:23:52 AM
#933   Hey, what happened to El Splitto Reverso? elias111 04/20/12 04:07:56 PM
#932   It's like Christmas morning at my house. R elias111 04/16/12 04:38:46 AM
#931   Yaaaaayy!!!! A reverse split!!!!!!! elias111 04/14/12 02:28:44 AM
#930   CICS owns\ has GERS ties? Anyone in the beamin1 04/13/12 11:31:12 AM
#929   R\S announced. Amend the Certificate of beamin1 04/13/12 11:19:45 AM
#928   I'd love to say "I'm outta here!" with elias111 02/02/12 01:40:41 AM
#927   Hahaha too funny. Agreed well it took $15 Drew88 01/27/12 03:25:43 AM
#926   WHAT IS GOING ON WITH THIS STOCK!?!? elias111 01/27/12 02:00:52 AM
#925   Trading again Mr_Breeze 01/26/12 03:36:50 PM
#924   If this company is as dead as a Drew88 01/22/12 03:25:26 AM
#923   I use Scot. It's still @ zero. elias111 11/29/11 10:47:32 AM
#922   this odd no news with a jump like Mr_Breeze 11/29/11 09:40:35 AM
#921   I go with schwab... I know... but I'm Cecil Bob 11/29/11 07:02:33 AM
#920   I still show 14K in my account... Who Mr_Breeze 11/27/11 07:21:39 PM
#919   What happened now? Now it's back to nothing. elias111 11/26/11 01:33:55 AM
#918   Yep, I agree, I am looking at 14K Mr_Breeze 11/25/11 05:54:45 PM
#917   It's frustrating, looking at forty thousand dollars that Cecil Bob 11/23/11 12:03:45 PM
#916   Anyone have an idea when we'll be able elias111 11/22/11 07:31:24 PM
#915   What broke do you use and what price Cecil Bob 11/22/11 10:19:43 AM
#914   It was a normal appearing transaction, done online sidedraft 11/22/11 09:50:24 AM
#913   How'd you manage to sell them? Cecil Bob 11/22/11 09:41:18 AM
#912   Is this still on hold for trading or Drew88 11/21/11 01:14:42 PM
#911   Hopefully I can finally dump it when it's elias111 11/20/11 03:44:45 AM
#910   I agree something is going on, RS maybe. Mr_Breeze 11/19/11 09:48:11 AM
#909   Is this a reverse split? elias111 11/19/11 02:58:50 AM
#908   Barchart showing Strong Buy Mr_Breeze 11/18/11 09:47:47 PM
#907   Interesting, Mr_Breeze 11/18/11 09:33:42 PM
#906   The order was placed online with Fidelity, and sidedraft 11/18/11 06:22:06 PM
#905   So you sold 2 days ago? wow, I Mr_Breeze 11/18/11 05:46:52 PM
#904   Doing great, thanks. sidedraft 11/18/11 04:34:59 PM
#903   Thanks sidedraft hope you are right. chipping away 11/18/11 04:33:00 PM
#902   I have no info on this company but Mr_Breeze 11/18/11 04:31:36 PM
#901   I know they were still good two days sidedraft 11/18/11 04:30:10 PM
#900   no I dont Mr_Breeze 11/18/11 04:14:38 PM
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