Green 2 Blue Energy Corp. (CSE: GTBE, OTCQB: GTGEF, FWB: 1NZ.F) is one of a few biofuel manufacturers in Europe that meets EU-wide supply criteria for wood pellets. CSE: GTBE, OTCQB: GTGEF, FWB: 1NZ.F). In Europe, power plants are looking for alternative fuels to replace coal. Mostly for environmental reasons, but economic and even political considerations make wood pellets an ideal alternative biofuel to coal.
GTBE/ GTGEF is in the drivers’ seat when it comes to biofuel in Europe and having recently listed Green 2 Blue Energy Corporation’s shares on the OTCQB, U.S. investors can now get on the game.
Green 2 Blue Energy has been fast-tracking more than a U.S. listing, having completed a $1.8 million private placement in February, they are now doing a $4 million raise. With all that cash, GTBE/GTGEF is moving forward with their expansion plans as its existing pellet factory in Poland is licensed to accept up to 220,000 ton of residual wood waste (feedstock) per year. YES, they are in business, its not a concept. The Polish factory is located within an economic distance to two sea ports for export and the 27,000 square foot factory is surrounded by more-than 100 sources of residual wood waste and sawdust within a 100km radius – so their access to available raw material supply is way more than the existing factory’s capacity.
Europe is looking to move to a 20-20-20 ratio of energy resources, meaning coal is on its way out and biofuel is IN. Most of GTBE/GTGEF production is sold in Germany – currently. In fact, from January to November 2017 Green 2 Blue Energy has increased production a whopping 624%, forecast at $1,060,000 (CAD) annually with a better-than 10% margin – and that’s only from sales in Germany!
On the CSE, GTBE has drifted down to a low of $0.025CAD, making it a bargain for investors, while in the USA, the Company’s shares (GTGEF) have only been listed on the OTCQB a couple of weeks. Green 2 Blue Energy’s shares trade well in Canada, averaging more-than 200,000 shares per day in trading volume. Yet in the U.S., no one’s found it yet. At least not until Stocksntrade (SNT) began bringing it to its readers’ attention. SNT sees GTBE/GTGEF as a opportunity and for a good reason.
Why such a high price goal? Green 2 Blue Energy is forecasting 400% growth in wood pellet production capacity that will most likely begin upon closing the current $4 million (CAD) private placement. Higher production means higher revenue. Higher revenue means more interest in the stock and with DOUBLE THE MARKET interest on the CSE AND OTCQB, when combined with healthy trading volume in Canada already… well, readers can see why SNT is so bullish on GTBE/GTGEF.
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Biofuel Comparables to late to invest, but a good study!
Clean Tech Biofuels Inc (OTCMKTS:CLTH)
CleanTech Biofuels, Inc. is a development-stage company. The Company is focused on being a provider of cellulosic biomass derived from municipal solid waste (MSW) as a feedstock for producing energy and other chemical products, and recyclables (metals, plastics and glass) from the MSW. Its Biomass Recovery Process cleans and separates MSW and generates a clean, homogeneous biomass feedstock. The Company also has a pressurized steam classification (PSC) technology, upon which the Biomass Recovery Process is based. It is focused on designing, building and operating a commercial biomass recovery plant that will allow it to produce biomass feedstock for customer evaluation, trial purchases, and/or be used in equipment selection for power generation and combined heat and power (CHP) production. The biomass feedstock output is intended to be sold or provided to electric utilities, power and steam producers, power and CHP equipment suppliers, and biofuel research firms for evaluation.
BlueFire Renewables Inc (OTCMKTS:BFRE)
BlueFire Renewables, Inc. is engaged in developing, owning and operating carbohydrate-based transportation fuel plants, or bio-refineries, to produce ethanol, and to provide professional services to bio-refineries. The Company’s bio-refineries convert organic materials, such as agricultural residues, high-content biomass crops, wood residues and cellulose from municipal solid wastes into ethanol. Its Arkenol Technology’s use ranges from producing beverage alcohol and fuel-ethanol to making citric acid and xantham gum for food uses. The process separates the biomass into two main constituents: cellulose and hemicellulose (the main building blocks of plant life), and lignin (the glue that holds the building blocks together), converts the cellulose and hemicellulose to sugars, ferments them and purifies the fermentation liquids into ethanol and other end-products. It is in the development-stage of building bio-refineries in North America.
Gevo, Inc. (NASDAQ:GEVO)
Gevo, Inc. (Gevo) is a renewable chemicals and next generation biofuels company. The Company has developed a technology that uses a combination of synthetic biology, metabolic engineering, chemistry and chemical engineering to focus primarily on the production of isobutanol, as well as related products from renewable feedstock. It has two operating segments: the Gevo, Inc. segment and the Gevo Development/Agri-Energy segment. Its Gevo, Inc. segment is responsible for research and development activities related to the future production of isobutanol, including the development of its biocatalysts, the production and sale of biojet fuel, its Retrofit process and the next generation of chemicals and biofuels that will be based on its isobutanol technology. Its Gevo Development/Agri-Energy segment is responsible for the operation of its Agri-Energy Facility and the production of ethanol, isobutanol and related products.
Global Demand For Biofeul
The growth in demand globally for wood pellets as a biofuel is forecast to rise at an annual rate of 11% up through 2025 to nearly 50 million ton. In the EU alone, the annual tonnage for heating will comprise more-than 30% of global production, while industrial demand will comprise again as much. That means in Europe, the market comprises well over 70% of global annual tonnage of wood pellet production – and few companies can meet the licensing requirements of the EU. THAT puts GTBE/GTGEF out front as the biofuel leader in wood pellet manufacturing and supply. Add to that the fact that their factory is in Poland and you have cheap labor combined with logistic favoritism for its location in connection to two ports for shipping across Europe. Production expansion also means economies of scale, so GTBE/GTGEF will most likely see higher margins –having increased their sales price in the last year by more-than 21%. In Germany where it currently sells the majority of its wood pellets the price per tonne is now approximately $175CAD.
Green 2 Blue Energy is also planning to enter the power generation field through gasification power plants. GTBE/GTGEF is looking to purchase a 1MW Biomass Gasification power plant for what it calls its Phase One expansion plan of a 5MW project to completed by 2020 in Rzeczenica, Poland. The Plant is estimated to SIGNIFICANTLY reduce power costs for its biofuel wood pellet factory. The Phase One expansion plan is also forecast to DOUBLE EARNINGS.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration has released the April edition of its Short-Term Energy Outlook, predicting nonhydropower renewables will provide 10 percent of electricity generation this year, increasing to 11 percent in 2019.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has released new data that shows global renewable power generation capacity increased by 167 GW in 2017, reaching 2,179 GW. This represents an annual growth of approximately 8.3 percent.
And you can’t rule out potential acquisitions, like that of True North Timber which bought out Rentech’s Atikokan, Ontario Canada wood pellet facility, which supplies wood pellets to Ontario Power Generation’s 100 percent biomass-fueled generating station in Atikokan.
SNT’s triple-bagger outlook may be on the low side if readers consider other potential acquisition targets for Green 2 Blue Energy (CSE: GTBE, OTCQB: GTGEF) in the not too distant future.