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  • thestockanalyst thestockanalyst May 7, 2014 12:11 AM Flag

    Halc And The Entire Oil Industry Need “AOS” To Increase Revenues

    Toxic wastewater is greatly restraining production from oil sands and fracking.

    The University of Alberta, a leader in wastewater technology, announced a BREAKTHROUGH COST-EFFECTIVE SOLUTION to decontaminate toxic wastewater from oil sands.

    The University recently built a bench-lab model that validated the technology and performed exactly as predicted by purifying the wastewater with very little energy. Contaminants were dismantled and the wastewater was made clean and safe using the AOS system.

    BioLargo (BLGO) owns “AOS” that is the key to abundant oil sands and fracking and that will deliver what every oil producer is looking for . . . a cheap way to clean the ALL wastewater from fracking and oil sands recovery.

    The University is building a commercial sized pilot unit that is expected to be completed in 6 months

    The first pilot study will use an 4” pipe and can be scaled to ANY size pipe and stacked for enormous flow rates.

    Once news hits that the pilot study is successful AGAIN, BioLargo shares will advance to record highs because toxic wastewater is the single biggest problem in the trillion-dollar oil and gas industry.

    BioLargo shares recently traded as high as $1.24 and are heading higher as more news becomes immenent.

    “AOS” also holds promise to cost-effectively treat contaminated water all around the planet to water that is safe for drinking.

    BioLargo can help increase Halc revenues and can easily become one of the best performing stocks in your portfolio.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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