AOS Big Win For Oil Companies and Enormous Windfall For BioLargo Shareholders
BioLargo, Inc. (BLGO) announced it has achieved another important milestone in the pilot testing currently underway at the University of Alberta's center of excellence serving the oil and gas industry. The company's Advanced Oxidation System (AOS) Filter has been proven successful at replicating earlier proof of claim results and confirmed the role of advanced oxidation within the AOS Filter reactor.
The pilot work included bench-scale testing of contaminated water taken from actual field operations and it has proven the AOS Filter's effectiveness at dismantling and removing targeted naphthenic acids, which are considered high-value and hard to contain contaminants of keen interest to the oil sands industry for more than 15 years.
Additionally, the Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science at the University of Alberta has agreed to expand the AOS Filter pilot testing into areas of interest in food processing and agricultural production, including livestock related areas. The initial targets include clean in place (CIP), carcass and food washing and animal drinking water applications.
AOS will quickly become the global industry standard to decontaminate water and to make all water clean and safe to drink.
AOS is truly remarkable technology.
Most investors would expect BioLargo to be a higher-priced stock now, but shares are EXTREMELY cheap and have been trading between $.70 and $1.24. With commercialization for the trillion dollar oil and water markets in sight this year, BioLargo shares are ready to trade at significantly higher prices now.
A quick look at a one year chart shows clearly that word is quickly getting out that BioLargo is a buying opportunity at today's low prices and will not last long.