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BlueFire Renewables;Featured

http://www.bfreinc.com

China's EXIM bank LOI for $270M to build Fulton, MS plant, then plants in China

http://bfreinc.com/2014/10/bluefire-renewables-receives-unprecedented-export-import-bank-of-china-letter-of-intent-to-provide-debt-financing-for-a-u-s-bio-energy-project/

EXIM bank
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exim_Bank_of_China

China's Mountain of Trash ( 3x the U.S. per year soon)

http://www.theatlantic.com/china/archive/2013/03/chinas-mountains-of-garbage/274329/

china trash banner3.jpg;

THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT WANTS BFRE'S TECHNOLOGY AND TO PARTER WITH IT TO SUPPLY BIOFUEL!!!!!

BlueFire Renewables Receives Unprecedented Export-Import Bank of China Letter Of Intent to Provide Debt Financing For a U.S. Bio-Energy Project

BFRE's new partner is China Three Gorges, who will build all of the plants.  CTG is one of the largest energy companies in the world.

OCT 8, 2014:  In a statement released by BlueFire, Lin Chuxue, Executive Vice President of China Three Gorges, called the deal "an important step in bringing renewable cellulosic fuels and chemicals to China's burgeoning marketplace. We will be the leader in bringing China clean and renewable energy that reduces the nation's carbon footprint."

http://www.ctgpc.com/file/Annual_Report_2013.pdf
 
As of August 11, 2014, there were 181,242,551 BFRE shares
 outstanding of the registrant’s common stock.

BlueFire Renewables Receives Unprecedented Export-Import Bank of China Letter Of Intent to Provide Debt Financing For a U.S. Bio-Energy Project

In China alone they need $32B per year of ethanol produced by 2020.  If net profit was 20% that's $6B.  Use PE 20 get market cap over $100B.  And this doesn't include the U.S. and licensing the tech to other countries. 

That's $500+ per share



http://www.cciced.net/encciced/event/roundtm/rt09/speech09/201205/P020120515563518371631.pdf

 

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#4217  Sticky Note This is a re-post of a very good spidaman 02/27/15 11:01:18 AM
#3820  Sticky Note Despite claims that Bluefire technology is somehow superior spec machine 12/30/14 09:02:28 PM
#1570  Sticky Note Here is the Bloomberg article. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-23/bluefire gladiator0813 10/25/14 05:37:39 PM
#4247   data isn't everything buddy! JRG19 02/28/15 06:15:16 PM
#4246   Unfortunately, the facts that are available to the spec machine 02/28/15 05:56:43 PM
#4245   Fortunately, cellulosic producers of sucrose ( from which richbob 02/28/15 01:22:52 PM
#4244   OT: The Big Move: The leap from first-gen spidaman 02/28/15 11:09:19 AM
#4243   $BFRE agreed Garyst! Expect a massive move back BCNstocks 02/28/15 07:36:25 AM
#4241   I will get a nice salary when the JRG19 02/27/15 04:58:34 PM
#4240   "If you read publicly obtainable SEC filings, Klann Massive Dilution 02/27/15 04:43:55 PM
#4239   I'm looking for a jump, not a bounce buddy! JRG19 02/27/15 04:07:22 PM
#4238   My broker is very educated and never lies mkato 02/27/15 03:58:44 PM
#4237   It's just a soup of recycled leftover fluff spec machine 02/27/15 03:58:11 PM
#4236   Who cares what someone owns? FINANCING, FINANCING, FINANCING! JRG19 02/27/15 03:54:11 PM
#4235   Sorry buddy, only thing boiling here is the JRG19 02/27/15 03:52:56 PM
#4234   In a case that someone owns more shares spec machine 02/27/15 03:43:28 PM
#4233   Garyst, You still didn't answer the question... How many Massive Dilution 02/27/15 03:25:59 PM
#4232   Bounce seems pretty weak so far as expected PARADOX 02/27/15 03:24:53 PM
#4231   Any stock that moves 4400% in a short Garyst 02/27/15 03:12:15 PM
#4230   Gosh that's a sugary sweet article buy why spec machine 02/27/15 03:04:16 PM
#4229   I am not speaking out of the side mkato 02/27/15 03:02:36 PM
#4228   BTW, you do have to report over 5%. spec machine 02/27/15 02:48:54 PM
#4227   Spida, Over a decade ago a Japanese firm built Massive Dilution 02/27/15 02:41:08 PM
#4226   MKato, You are incorrect. Massive Dilution 02/27/15 02:36:40 PM
#4225   Garyst, How many shares do you think Bluefire has O/S? Massive Dilution 02/27/15 02:32:02 PM
#4224   BFRE has very few shares OS and you Garyst 02/27/15 02:22:34 PM
#4223   10% is required to report to SEC, I mkato 02/27/15 01:45:00 PM
#4222   Mkato, You say you own 9% of Bluefire? Massive Dilution 02/27/15 12:55:08 PM
#4221   Hi Glad, Massive Dilution 02/27/15 12:50:29 PM
#4220   That's not true at all, they were allowed mkato 02/27/15 12:09:14 PM
#4219   They have to pay themselves somehow and although spidaman 02/27/15 11:11:11 AM
#4218   "Kodiac should be running out of shares, yes?" Massive Dilution 02/27/15 11:01:31 AM
#4217   This is a re-post of a very good spidaman 02/27/15 11:01:18 AM
#4216   I hope every long here took advantage of spidaman 02/27/15 10:47:23 AM
#4215   They must be running out as they are Mr Pennypacker 02/27/15 10:07:01 AM
#4214   Kodiac should be running out of shares, yes? Mr Pennypacker 02/27/15 09:45:33 AM
#4213   I agree. I was posting on it Garyst 02/26/15 10:10:53 PM
#4211   Everyone can affect price by word of mouth mkato 02/26/15 06:53:53 PM
#4209   nothing is dead here buddy! More alive than JRG19 02/26/15 05:33:55 PM
#4208   “The main reason the grant was pulled was JRG19 02/26/15 05:30:11 PM
#4207   You keep mentioning the DOE grant but the spec machine 02/26/15 05:16:52 PM
#4206   Valid point. Garyst 02/26/15 04:36:06 PM
#4205   Likely so, a little anyway! Just remember, richbob 02/26/15 04:34:05 PM
#4204   No doubt the selling may be over and Garyst 02/26/15 03:59:05 PM
#4203   razor thin! One of these days we are JRG19 02/26/15 03:13:44 PM
#4202   HMONNY Member Level Thursday, 02/12/15 10:35:21 AM HMONNY 02/26/15 03:11:47 PM
#4201   At least its going up( a little, so richbob 02/26/15 02:55:44 PM
#4200   man, this puppy is thin on the way up Rainer 02/26/15 02:34:39 PM
#4199   yea but how much is it based off Zer0Veritas 02/26/15 01:47:45 PM
#4197   Bids creeping up and volume is down suggesting Garyst 02/26/15 01:00:48 PM
#4196   Companies of value "bounce" we have a broken mkato 02/26/15 11:52:09 AM
#4195   Selling is over based on them selling all mkato 02/26/15 11:39:40 AM
#4194   Maybe .02 but I expect a bit of PARADOX 02/26/15 11:22:52 AM
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