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October 19, 2010

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Amelie

Algae biofuel is a caborn neutral biofuel. It can solve two concerns: Climate change and peak oil. How? An algae facility can be co-located by a co2 intensive facility and via photosynthesis (how plants grow using water, light, and co2) makes a cleaner burning fuel. Remember, algae fuel emits no sulfur and less co2. That takes care of climate change. Additionally, algae can be engineered to replace petroleum in every type of engine. Give Chevron some credit for investing in algae.

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