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- Previous symbol CBMG (pre 8-1 F/S) NOTE: This is NOT NWRT nor is it related in any way. As of Holladay Stock on December 22, 2006* A/S 500 mil O/S 59,546,570 rest: 45,284,262 float: 14,262,308 * Holiday is no longer the TA for CLME. Those are the last #'s that they had on record. CBEC MISSION STATEMENT: "THINK GREENER. DRIVE CLEANER. COLUSA ETHANOL." Colusa Biomass Energy Corporation is dedicated to converting biomass to energy for the transportation sector of the US economy. By using waste biomass as the source for conversion to energy the population benefits two fold immediately: the ethanol distilled from the waste biomass causes the unleaded gasoline to burn cleaner with less tailpipe emissions; and as the waste biomass does not break down releasing into the atmosphere methane and carbon dioxide which are key components of the greenhouse gases. Colusa Biomass will continue to pioneer uses of waste biomass to the benefit of our shareholders and the population in general. Website: http://www.colusabiomass.com/ WallSt.net interview: http://www.wallst.net/audio/audio.asp?symbol=CBMG&id=1755 Username: colusa Password: biomass Introduction & US Patent: http://www.colusabiomass.com/introduction.htm PRs: http://www.colusabiomass.com/pressarticles.htm CBMG Colusa Biomass Energy Corporation Signs Consulting Agreement With Yet2.com PR Newswire - January 18, 2006 9:01 AM (EDT) Jan 18, 2006 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Colusa Biomass Energy Corporation (Pink Sheets: CBMG), the Colusa County, California based biomass-to-ethanol company, announced today that they have engaged global technology exchange and consultancy Yet2.com of Needham, Massachusetts to partner with them in marketing their patented process of converting rice straw to ethanol. Commenting on this strategic alliance, Tom Bowers, CEO of CBMG, stated, "We are pleased to establish a strategic alliance with Yet2.com. Yet2.com has a proven track record of helping companies identify licensing opportunities, helping them facilitate their business plans, and ultimately providing enhanced shareholder value. Our patented process of converting rice straw (rice hulls) to ethanol now has the opportunity to receive global awareness as Yet2.com is known worldwide, and we are elated about having a strategic partner with their experience. I think that our shareholders are going to be quite pleased when they see the benefits that a growth oriented company like ours will receive from working with a well established, respected group like Yet2.com." Ben DuPont, President and Founder of Yet2.com, added, "We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with Mr. Bowers and his staff at Colusa Biomass. They have worked diligently toward providing a solution for California in converting the rice straw and rice hulls into a bona fide commodity (ethanol) -- their patented process can prevent additional pollution from impacting the environment. At the same time, they'll be able to help our economy, which is paying record prices for fuel. We have done extensive due diligence on Colusa Biomass, and we are convinced that there is a growing market, and need, for the conversion of biomass to ethanol. We are looking forward to guiding Colusa as they introduce their patented process to the global marketplace. During the course of our due diligence, we were not able to find another company that was able to provide the same technology that Colusa has created. Mr. Bowers has shown that he is committed to his shareholders, and as his newest equity partner, we will work with Colusa to attain the greatest value we possibly can." Mr. DuPont is a founding member of Yet2.com. He brings 14 years' experience at DuPont in a variety of product development, manufacturing, and sales positions to his role at Yet2.com, where he focuses particularly on Sales and Operations, recruiting initial key corporate customers, service partners, and users. Ethanol Price Graph - compliments H-C http://www.energy.ca.gov/gasoline/graphs/ethanol_18-month.html
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#1108   News: $ALPN Adaptimmune and Alpine Immune Sciences Announce whytestocks 05/15/19 03:40:56 PM
#1107   ALPN revoked: Renee 01/14/15 11:09:06 AM
#1106   ALPN : SEC Admin Proceeding ordering Financials: Renee 10/29/14 09:06:04 AM
#1105   Hello Shamlet76, Greener 09/23/09 09:22:00 PM
#1104   Thank you so much for the update and Greener 09/20/09 04:58:57 PM
#1103   The current controlling shareholders of CBEC will become shamlet76 09/20/09 06:05:01 AM
#1102   Up a penny, no news but decent volume...... Greener 06/24/09 04:16:17 PM
#1101   Anyone find andy news to go with this increase? Greener 04/07/09 05:01:28 PM
#1100   A move up today of .02 Greener 04/07/09 05:01:03 PM
#1099   By the end of this year there should Greener 03/26/09 09:43:25 PM
#1098   Does anyone know the relation between Calusa, Alpine, Greener 03/26/09 09:40:45 PM
#1097   Yes - very interesting - thank you for Tommy 05/30/08 08:20:48 AM
#1096   ALPN, (.0325) 156,000 shares traded today, someone keeps The Rainmaker 05/29/08 02:34:59 PM
#1095   ALPN - in symmetrical triangle - interesting cellulose Tommy 05/24/08 09:39:11 PM
#1094   March 6, 2008 - 6:48 PM EST futrcash 04/09/08 02:21:45 PM
#1093   Recs: 0 Re: Pan Gen Global lucidroad 03/06/08 09:50:42 PM
#1092   I could not begin to tell you what tuyisle 02/28/08 06:33:40 PM
#1091   So if these are free shares for me jrider_11 02/28/08 04:46:01 PM
#1090   For my own reasons the pps failing like tuyisle 02/28/08 04:14:45 PM
#1089   I have been in this company since late jrider_11 02/27/08 07:25:17 PM
#1088   Colusa Biomass Confirming its Cellulosic-Ethanol Technology jpklma 02/15/08 11:37:50 AM
#1087   http://ethanolproducer.com/article.jsp?article_id=3722&q=&page=all C333 02/08/08 02:25:10 PM
#1085   I started another board here at the HUB klemons 01/24/08 01:50:09 PM
#1084   CLME publicity officer - easy job Acetographer 01/19/08 01:25:36 PM
#1083   Colusa Biomass Energy Corp. futrcash 01/14/08 03:24:50 PM
#1082   Not news we like, but certainly tuyisle 01/14/08 02:34:08 PM
#1081   Well I must admit that I am a lucidroad 01/12/08 01:42:26 PM
#1080   Tale of the Tape Shows Extremely Light Action futrcash 01/10/08 10:44:13 PM
#1079   futrcash 01/10/08 10:42:55 PM
#1078   What would really help,with respect to qualifying the futrcash 01/10/08 10:38:50 PM
#1077   CLME also holds a Patent on the process... futrcash 01/10/08 10:11:35 PM
#1076   CLME only for rice straw - Understood. Acetographer 01/09/08 10:40:25 PM
#1075   With all due respect, the PNAS article is walrus_no_9 01/09/08 12:47:14 PM
#1074   Reduced CO2 from straw ethanol Acetographer 01/09/08 07:56:31 AM
#1073   Looking at Delta-T Corp and knowing other small tuyisle 01/07/08 06:30:40 PM
#1072   More on rice straw to ethanol... mthead 01/07/08 12:08:06 PM
#1071   Thanks for the vote of appreciation guys www.investor-message-board.com/f mthead 01/07/08 12:01:33 PM
#1070   Explanation of CLME's Process futrcash 12/29/07 11:07:30 PM
#1069   I appreciate Mthead's posts too Acetographer 12/22/07 01:29:23 PM
#1068   Mthead, I enjoy your posts and tuyisle 12/18/07 12:26:29 PM
#1067   The reality of CLME is that it is lucidroad 12/17/07 12:35:58 PM
#1066   "mthead...my point was what was Publicly stated as mthead 12/17/07 10:25:04 AM
#1065   mthead...my point was what was Publicly stated as futrcash 12/16/07 01:29:50 PM
#1064   New Energy Bill: Big Winners Are Biofuel Co's mthead 12/16/07 11:19:25 AM
#1063   Here's the post! mthead 12/16/07 09:56:34 AM
#1062   "Also,contrary to what someone recently posted on this mthead 12/16/07 09:31:03 AM
#1061   Agree that while timelines are longer than initially projected... futrcash 12/16/07 12:57:54 AM
#1060   Yes, but if you look across the cellulosic walrus_no_9 12/15/07 01:37:01 PM
#1059   "We are thrilled to be working with Colusa lucidroad 12/13/07 03:59:15 PM
#1058   I read the disclaimer on the Stockbully website. mthead 12/13/07 11:07:26 AM