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Viyors Bio Fuels Co., is dedicated to showcasing new energy technologies to lead the world into a new era of advanced biofuels through a proprietary process that accelerates algae growth, while increasing alkane (oil) content, raw hydrocarbon molecules, that are a single refining step away from
the organic refined fuels; jet fuel, gasoline, diesel, kerosene. Another key technology, the patented Plant Biomass-to-Biofuel Conversion Process (PBBCP), will convert biomass from algae and other plant species grown on the farm.
While fossil fuels still account for more than 95 percent of the global transportation fuel market, biofuel production is growing roughly 25 percent per year, a rate over ten times that of oil. .1 The Pike report
also predicts the world biofuel market to surpass $280 billion by 2022, due in no small part to national biofuel consumption mandates. 2 In fact, just last year, the Green Chip Stocks portfolio of some fund
managers showed investors a 708% cumulative gain at the end of 2009 from biofuel stock performances. Research performed at the Colorado State University’s (CSU), Engines and Energy Administration plans to invest $59 billion from the economic stimulus package in clean-energy projects,
American investors can reap monetary profits by investing in the companies that will be executing the Obama plan, namely renewable energy and infrastructure companies.Viyors perfectly poised with tremendous growth opportunities and serves as an intelligent investment vehicle.
Viyors a sustainable algae biofuel and agribusiness enterprise using a polyculture approach with microalgae, and other plant species, for the production of alkanes and biomass, is committed to implementing two proprietary patented and proven processes. One system can
accelerate algae growth, while producing more alkanes – CyanoFuel – rather than more chlorophyll and resulting in EPA approved biodiesel, at a conservative rate of 7.5 million gallons per year per acre. The
other system, using a scalable 500kw plant biomass-to-biofuel conversion system (PBBCS) can convert up to 10,000 tons of plant biomass per day into 67,000 gallon of EPA approved biodiesel per day.


Agribusiness is the business of agriculture, including farming of food and natural fiber. Agribusiness is
the world’s largest industry responsible for feeding and clothing over 6 billion people worldwide. As a
strategically engineered modus operandi of this initiative, WTF will devise a functional system for
indoor, multi-level, simulated-conditions greenhouse biodome farming, scientifically known as vertical
farming or skyscraper farming. The potential advantages of vertical farming would be the prevention of
deforestation, desertification, sprawl, and other consequences of growing agricultural land use. By
producing food within such practical and proven controlled greenhouse environments, greater crop
yields result together with reduced need for pesticides, herbicides, and
fertilizers. As currently envisioned, the vertical farm would also be designed to
turn sewage and biomass into biofuel, through the patented Plant Biomassto-
Biofuel Conversion Process (PBBCP) thereby being virtually self-sufficient,
and only consuming 20% of the volume it produces. As part of the polyculture approach, there will be
plantings of moringas4, towering bamboos5, banana plants6, kenaf7, paulownia8 trees, and blue Maya
agave9. For scientifically engineering the growth of superior crop development and super food
production, Viyors will incorporate the application of humate derivatives10.

one acre can realistically produce 15M gallons of algae biofuel.
biofuel production per acre is a conservative estimation.
produced alkanes to refine their products, without having to depend on access to crude oils, and having
to break down those oils to make alkanes into finished fuels.
In addition, by using available land around the domes
illustrated, WTF will be able to plant fast growing species
kenaf, and paulownia trees, offering
volume of biomass will be sustainably grown to
significantly increase biofuel output, using the
for conversion into EPA approved biodiesel
According to the DoE Office of Science of plant biomass produces 67 gallons of industrial floor mounted patented PBBCP
500kw produces 67,000 gallons of biofuel f
10,000 tons of plant biomass per day. That’s
home consumes 32.8kw per day, depending on the modernization of appliances, etc. Thus the industrial
floor mounted patented PBBCP System would be con
(500kw)14. The formula, therefore, is 500kw/day = 10,000 tons of biomass per day = 67,000 gallon of
biofuel per day = US$134,000 @ US$2/gal
100,000 to 150,000 barrels per day
4.2M gallons per day, which equals
kilowatts a crude oil refinery consumes is 7%
12 This figure will, undoubtedly, change to reflect current market prices.
13 Cultivating Algae for Liquid Fuel Production,

14 The patented Plant Biomass-to-Biofuel Conversi
15 NYMEX Market Price

of algae biofuel, compared to about 30 gallons per acre from corn;
The algae doubles every 98 minutes. At the end of day one 0.1
an estimated US$2/gal12 which
produce 180M gpy @ US$2/gal averaging
group, estimates that
13 Our figure of 7.5M gallons of algae
We will now be able to use organically
with integrated vertical aquaponic systems,
of cold hardy timber bamboos, banana plants,
The System of from 24,455,000 million gallons per year. The average American
ystem consuming the equivalent of 15 homes per day
. gal15 in daily revenue. The average U.S. refinery
and there are 42 gallons per barrel. Thus the average production is
588,000,000,000 BTU @ 140,000 BTU/gal. Median average of
7%-8% of its productions. Thus an average U.S. crude oil

refinery consumes 172,325,813kw x 7% = 12,062,806.91kw per day. Alternatively, biofuel production
from the Patented Plant Biomass-to-Biofuel Conversion Process (PBBCP) is significantly more cost
efficient at 500kw per day and it’s self-maintaining, consuming only 20% of its production to operate.
Direct Cost of Sales is the cost of procurement and processing of biomass into refined biofuels as well as
byproducts of value, such as glycerin and hydrogen for fuel cell manufacture. This is estimated at
US$0.75/gallon relative to the sale of such at US$2.00/gal. Thus the average cost of production is 3% of
sales revenue, as a rule of thumb. After signage of ICC NCNDs, upon request, our Five Year Pro Forma
and independent scientific reports will be made available.
The Global Biodiesel market is estimated to reach 37 billion gallons by 2016 growing at an average
annual growth of 42%. Europe will continue as the major Biodiesel market for the next decade or so
with closely followed by the US market.16 According to the Air Transport Group by 2015, one percent of airline jet fuels will be biojet fuel, amounting to an estimated 400 to 500 million
gallons per year market demand. Furthermore, global biodiesel production totaled 5.1 billion gallons in
2009, representing a 17.9% increase over 2008 levels. The biodiesel market is expected to grow from
$8.6 billion in 2009 to $12.6 billion in 2014.17
Our target market: B2B biofuel target audiences are global refineries like Conoco Phillips, Chevron,
Shell, and Exxon Mobil, producing refined fuels, such as kerosene, gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel and fuel
resellers like The Gabriel Leoni Group. National and International Biofuel trade shows and summits,
such as the Algae Biofuel Summit, 2010 Biodiesel Conference & Expo, Biofuel Expo: 2010 in Rome,

At a projected wholesale price of US$50 per ton, the annual sales of 2.4 million tons of biomass biofuel pellets will add
nicely to our bottom line profitability.
Enterprise Wide Architecture technology solutions would be systematically employed to address every
aspect of the business process within WTF. The Process: biofuel and biomass are transported in
insulated, steam-coiled jumbo railcars to Rail Distribution
Nodes, where they are then transported to the regional
seaport for final transportation by ocean carriers to the
country of import.
BNSF Logistics, formerly known as the Burlington
Northern and Santa Fe Railway, offers sustainable supply
chain solutions that range from single shipment execution
to complete network design and operations. Their model
breadth spans from parcel, through truckload, intermodal,
and rail.

VIYORS will not just build an industrial biofuel facility and expect that they’ll come with the train. BNSF Railway and WTF have been in collaboration at the very onset in order to ensure the line we’re considering has the ability to handle
the increased capacity.
The cost of biofuel shipment from a U.S. West Coast port to China, for example, would be as follows:
180M gal. = 1.44B lbs. = 720,000 tons @ $2/1000 lbs. = $2,880,000 divided by 2 taking into account a 6
month lead time. For algae biofuel pellets: 2.4M tons @ $0.50/ton = $1.2M in BNSF freight train cargo
ship rate. Assumption: 1/2 of this biofuel pellet shipment (1.2M tons) would be shipped overseas to
China at $2/1000 lbs. = $4,800,000 divided by 2 ($2.4M) taking into account a 6 month lead time. This
final figure is based upon CIF global shipping.
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Business Opportunities in Agriculture: 150 Field Interviews (Book)