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Launch of West Texas BioEnergy, Inc.

03-17-2008 04:28 PM CET | Energy & Environment

Press release from: West Texas BioEnergy, Inc.

West Texas BioEnergy, Inc., was launched by Jon C. Hall, Chairman and CEO, to provide a pilot program for the manufacture of biodiesel from waste cooking oil and renewable local oil-containing agricultural products.

March 1, 2008 – West Texas BioEnergy, Inc. opened for business on the eve of the celebration of the 1836 Declaration of Texas Independence, on the banks of the San Saba River in Menard, Texas. With the corporate mission of promoting energy independence, West Texas BioEnergy, Inc. is poised to educate regional hobbyists and serious commercial producers alike about the benefits and financial viability of growing renewable energy crops and producing biodiesel fuel.
Making biodiesel is fast, easy, and safe. It is created from naturally grown crops and is essentially solar energy in liquid form. The chemical reaction that makes used plant oil into biodiesel is fairly straightforward.

Biodiesel can be made from any clean, natural, homogeneous plant oil. Used restaurant oil is commonly used, but that market can be unreliable due to insufficient volume, unpredictable consistency, and the possibility of contamination. A variety of oil-containing seeds available in Texas, such as cotton, corn, maize, sunflower, peanuts, and other nuts can be pressed and converted to biodiesel. Making biodiesel from locally grown, renewable sources results in more energy independence, since the complexities of transporting raw materials, or the final product, over long distances can be avoided.

Using these renewable crops for energy production also provides the opportunity to recycle the waste solids from the seed oil extraction process, either for use as animal feed, or pressed and converted into solid fuel such as pellets, logs, or briquettes. Jon Hall comments, “When I introduced this concept, it was recognized as a process that could significantly change the marketing strategy for both biodiesel and seed press equipment manufacturers and the industry.”

Growing the feedstock from unproductive acreage to produce biodiesel--which is then used to grow the food crops and additional acreage for next year’s energy crop--contributes to a self-supporting cycle that enables us to “grow” our own energy without sacrificing our food supply.

Those interested in producing biodiesel can register on our Web site – www.WestTexasBioEnergy.com -- for one of several reasonably priced, four-hour workshops we offer. The workshops describe the process of mixing, making, and testing biodiesel.

Also on the Web site is a link to our Biodiesel Store, which sells FuelMeister II Kits, for both International and Domestic use, and accessories such as scales, pumps, and oil transfer kits. Specific descriptions accompany each item.

A page of helpful FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) on the BioEnergy Web site offers detailed answers to questions such as: Where can I learn more about this subject? How long does it take to make biodiesel? And how long would it take to recoup my investment in the equipment?

For additional information about West Texas BioEnergy, Inc. or the process to advance our energy independence, contact Jon C. Hall, or visit www.WestTexasBioEnergy.com.

CONTACT:
Jon C. Hall
West Texas BioEnergy, Inc.
Factory Authorized FuelMeister II Dealer
104 E. San Saba
Menard, Texas 76859
1-888-440-1112
http://www.WestTexasBioEnergy.com

Biodiesel is known by the chemical name "Fatty-Acid Methyl Ester". This fancy name just means that it’s a simple molecule made from vegetable oil. It is a fuel with high-energy content and proper viscosity to operate reliably in all diesel vehicles and equipment.

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