Tuesday, May 22, 2007

XL-Biorefinery, Big-time Biofuel Investment

Producing Renewable Fuels From Renewable Energy

From Renewable Energy Access

From the Company "Land of Milk and Biofuel-Phoenix Arizona" (Ed Taylor, East Valley Tribune; PR guys don't write this well)

This looks to be the real deal. Self-contained farming; Mother Earth News has been promoting it for at least thirty years (though not on this scale). I am impressed.
Here's XL's website.
Edit 11:11:
Green Car Congress had the story a week-and-a-half ago. "Arizona Dairy Group Building Integrated Dairy-Biofuels Operation"

And here's a story from twenty years ago this summer (I hope this is fair use, I've got a reason for putting out the abstract found on Proquest, this story was class act journalism). I made a mistake in the post below, it appears the the securities analyst making the buyout offer was hospitalized subsequent (not prior) to the call to DJ:

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Herd on the Street: 'Garbitrage' Bulls Go Mad
By Brett Duval Fromson. Wall Street Journal. (Eastern edition). New York, N.Y.: Jun. 30, 1987. pg. 1

One week ago, a troubled Cincinnati man made a bogus bid for control of Dayton Hudson Corp. Paul David Herrlinger caused the retailer's stock to shoot up $9 a share hours before a family lawyer announced that Mr. Herrlinger was more crazy than rich. Investors who bought Dayton Hudson stock on the preliminary news wire reports found that by the end of the day they had lost an estimated $15 million.