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Suncor Energy Inc. Message Board

  • bransonresearch bransonresearch Mar 30, 2014 6:21 PM Flag

    Suncor Can Greatly Increase Production Using BioLargo Proven Technology

    Within less than 12 months, BioLargo (BLGO) can GREATLY increase oil sands and fracking production for Suncor and that will be great for Suncor share prices.

    BioLargo holds the key to oil sands and fracking and will deliver what every oil producer is looking for . . . a cheap way to clean the ALL wastewater from fracking and oil sands.

    BioLargo’s AOS wastewater system has ALREADY BEEN PROVEN AND VALIDATED by the University of Alberta. The proof of concept by the University of Alberta performed exactly as predicted by purifying the water and required very little energy. Contaminants were dismantled and rendered safe using the AOS system.

    The University is building a commercial sized pilot unit that is expected to be completed in 6 months. The units can be scaled to ANY size! The first pilot study will use an 8” pipe and can be scaled to any size pipe.

    The first AOS unit has already been proven to work and shares are only $.50.

    Once news hits that the pilot study succeeds AGAIN, BLGO shares will advance to a least $10.00 per share because toxic wastewater is the single biggest problem in the industry today and the demand is enormous.

    Investors can pay $10.00 or more in 6 months for BioLargo shares . . . or they can buy them now for about $.50. With the proof of concept already achieved by the University of Alberta, it seems that the biggest risk has been mitigated.

    Every portfolio should have at least 1,000 shares of BioLargo ($500) that could be worth $100,000 in 3 years. BioLargo is selling at close to $.50 per share today.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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