WHITE TIGER FARM
This project is geared to establish biofuels and foods production capacity on Hawai'i in order to end dependence on imports of fuels and food from the mainland states. At this time the State of Hawaii
spends $4 Billion each year for fuels imports, and imports 90% of food consumed, from the mainland.
The hawaiian islands were once covered by forests of Breadfruit, and they will be again.
Along with biofuels, and biochar, a valuable byproduct of biomass to biofuels production, we will use high density growing systems to produce high quality, gourmet, organically grown food for island restaurants, and cooks at home. Aquaculture, Aquaponic, Aeroponic, Hydroponic, systems will be used along with our outdoor plantings of gourmet Breadfruit, and other items, using Food Forest / Permaculture growing principles.
Land in the Hilo area, on the Big Island, with over 5,200 acres.
We will use Triodetic BioSpheres to 300' in diameter to shelter plants being grown for food purposes, and added value products. Plants being grown for cellulosic feedstock for biofuels and bioplastic will be outdoors.
BioSpheres will showcase high density food growing systems to visitors from around the world.
Fast growing species will be used such as Koa, Breadfruit, bamboos, palms, bananas, sugarcane, and native grasses, to harvest for cellulosic feedstock for biofuels, biochar, bioplastic production. Koa trees are the largest, and fastest growing of native hawaiian hardwoods, they can reach 140' in height, with
trunks to 12' in diameter, truly forest monarchs.
1,850 acres zoned for agricultural, residential and industrial use near Naalehu Village
Cold hardy timber bamboo plantings will increase our annual cellulosic feedstock for biofuels, bioplastic, and biochar, conversion as they form mature groves for sustainable pole harvests. These species offer poles from 6" to 15" diameter, of high quality wood, and grow to lengths of up to 120'. In Thailand bamboo is now being used to produce ethanol. Young poles are full of starch and sugar, ideal for ethanol, and butanol fermentation, as well as lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose.
Giant Dragon Bamboo, Dendrocalamus sinicus, grows to 15" diameter and over 50' high.
If you watch a copy of the new documentary, THRIVE, <http://vimeo.com/34259838> you will learn that 'Prohibition' was designed to stop ethanol from competing with David Rockefeller's gasoline, made from crude oil his wells brought up. David paid politicians in Washingon, DC, to pass Prohibition, to prevent people at home brewing their own fuel! Henry Ford designed his engine to run on ethanol. With one microbial technology available to this group we will produce ethanol of fuel grade, and with another microbe of a related species, butanol to replace gasoline, and able to blend with gasoline or diesel equally well. A new technology, a bolt on conversion system from Byogy Renewables, <www.byogy.com> will enable us to convert ethanol into synthetic diesel or jet fuel. With advanced biofuels refining systems we will use fast growing, renewable plant biomass to make biofuels to replace gasoline, diesel and jet fuel, to replace costly fuel imports, and to reduce vulnerability to outside fluctuations in the global fuels markets.
The giant Koa tree grows to 140 feet tall, with trunks to 12 feet in diameter.
With access to plant tissue culture lab facilities in Hosur, India, at <www.growmorebiotech.com>, we will be able to get up to 50,000 plantlets per day of species we want for our commercial plantings outside, these will be shipped to the International Airport in Hilo. Eventually we will establish our own in-house plant tissue lab to do micropropagation of species we will be growing for many uses. <www.globalbreadfruit.com> in Germany is able to provide us with clonal plantlets of 'Ulu' breadfruit cultivars from their extensive collection.
"The world's annual consumption of jet fuel (excluding military) is about two billion barrels (42 gallons per standard barrel) and the International Air Transport Association <www.iata.org> has stated it wants 10% of jet fuel to come from biofuels by 2017. In a move that leads the world, beginning January 1, 2012, 4,000 jet aircraft operators, including all airlines must reduce their emissions or face a EU airport ban." ---------------<www.biojetcorp.com/aboutus.htm>
As we generate income from sales of high value biofuels, we will increase our outputs. Our biofuel sales will increase by adding more acreage, and securing new refining equipment, along with modular biofuel refining units to process fast growing, cellulosic feedstock species, such as the giant, superior cassava of Indonesia, available from ISC Cassava, in Jakarta, Indonesia. Cassava has over a dozen products made from it now, including ethanol, and bioplastic. China is planting these giant Cassava for ethanol production at this time. <http://isccassava.blogspot.com>
Shown above is a picture of the harvest of Indonesian Superior Cassava, their roots are enormous.
With modular refining units from Cool Planet Biofuels we will be able to process a ton of cellulosic feedstock into 100 gallons of high octane gasoline, for local consumers now paying $5.25 per gallon for regular gasoline at pumps on the Big Island, and/or jet fuel for Hawaiian Air Lines, and/or Aloha Petroleum. Blue Star Jets, a private jet carrier service, is eager to let their fleet owners know about our biojet fuel for their jets.
The Containerized Biorefining System of Cool Planet Biofuels
We are in contact with Mike Rocke, VP, Business Development, Cool Planet Biofuels, Inc., who tells us his trailer mounted refining units will be rolling off assembly lines next year, each being able to produce 10M gpy of either high octane BTX biogasoline, or biojet fuel, from renewable, cellulosic feedstock we will be growing.
ABS-M10 Hovercraft will move ten ton payloads of biofuel to fuel terminals at the Port of Hilo from the farm
A recent contact, Karl Seck, Mercurius Biofuels, is eager to work with us to build a pilot plant using his REACH biotech to turn cellulosic feedstock into biogasoline, biodiesel, and biojet fuel. His system is able to produce 80 to 90 gallons of biofuel from a ton of feedstock, depending on feedstock used.
Richard Hurding, CEO, Omodo GmbH, in Germany, heads a company now making 'Zelfo', a biodegradeable
plastic from plant fibers. He has stated that he is open to build a plant on the Big Island to produce this new
bioplastic from plant fibers to be provided by this project. <www.zelfo-technology.com>
We are in touch with Professor John Simonsen, College of Forestry, Forest Science & Engineering, Oregon State University, who is working now to produce Cellulosic Nano Crystals (CNC) and Cellulosic Nano Fibers (CNF), both proven as 3X stronger than carbon fibers and kevlar fibers, ideal for advanced materials, and
fibercrete, extracted from wood. Naturally occurring CNC/CNF give strength to wood.
White Tiger Farm, LLc., Founder/President, Greg O'Neill, and feathered consultant
Using Food Forest/Permaculture/Edible Landscaping, we will grow gourmet herbs, vegetables, and fruit, at our bioenergy farmstead, in outdoor plantings, as well as in 120' diameter SunDomes from Pacific Domes.<www.pacificdomes.com> The crew at <www.triodetic.com> is willing and able to build BioSpheres to 300' in diameter as we need them, for use as greenhouses. We will offer gourmet items to area resorts, chefs, restaurants, caterers, and cooks at home. There are six world class resorts in the Waikoloa area of Kohala District, on the Big Island. The highly regarded Raw Food Chef Bryan Au is excited to become our Chief of Product Development to turn the food crop species we grow into products of value to global markets he works with now. <www.rawstarrecipes.com>
The shot above is a view of our future aerial tanker from Aeroscraft for swift biofuel deliveries.
Our project will create a world class attraction in itself, a showcase for leading edge technologies that will be offered to all nations. Hilo is the second largest city in Hawai'i, and welcomes millions of visitors from around the world, on cruise ships at the Port of Hilo, and arriving at the international airport, these visitors seek area attractions to visit during their stay. Over 5,500 acres of forested land near Hilo are available at
this time for our sustainable project. 1,850 acres of land near Naalehu Village is zoned for residential, agricultural and industrial use, ideal for siting our biofuels refining facility.
This exciting enterprise has tremendous potential to create new industries, and full time jobs, on the Big Island for vets, native hawaiians, and other folk, eager to build sustainable energy and food independence. A rich legacy will be created for generations to come. Of greater value will be the positive impact we will have on the living land, restoring soil fertility. Using the new 'Excelerite' products from US - Rare Earth Minerals we will increase size, growth, and nutrient values of the plant biomass we grow for added profits. <http://us-rem.com>
If there is any doubt regarding the awesome profit potential of this project, you can use any online search engine to view results of searches on these key words --- cellulosic biofuels --- biodiesel --- biojet fuel --- Koa --- cassava --- bamboo --- aquaponics --- aquaculture --- aeroponics ---
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Serious investors are invited to contact Mr. Greg A. O'Neill, CEO/President, White Tiger Farm, LLc., at his e-mail address below to dialog over this awesome investment opportunity in our Hawai'i project.
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