Vgirl....speculators have been burned on this trade for years. They are gone. Value investors want to see some results.
Stan...Clearly Gevo has done some "heavy lifting" in the renewable fuels/ chemicals industries. It has come down to crunch time though. Who really knows about ASTM approval?
Who knows about Praj or Alaska Air. You are likely correct about 3Q cash...but even that relies mostly on ethanol production and gutting opex.
NO...sorry brah...it was an article from Molycorp news....
Gevo is good for another season.
No shame from these defunct business leaders....Molycorp and GT...jeez....
They did the same rip over at EK several years ago...Perez was the worst CEO ever!
I suspect IF they get a licensee, they will be stunned and only then start the process of discovery on how to honor the commitment.
Here's the problem...
Gevo has admitted that it will be quite some time before it can sell Isobutanol into the fuel markets at a profit (if ever)
We should be way more excited about the Brennntag/ Chemie deal...they will pay $10+ per gallon.
Just for the record IW...I posted a day or two in advance that the settlement was coming. I pretty much got spanked down by the board posters
Eddy, Gevo would have to own and operate 50 Luverne's to hit YOUR target....LOL
Eddy....cash IS flowing...IN THE WRONG DIRECTION..!!!
Gevo forecasts more of the same through 2016.
The Chair Speaks....and I like the way she talks..!!!
"I'm excited to play an expanded leadership role as Gevo transitions to its next phase of commercial growth. I'm pleased that all litigation and patent disputes are behind us, and that we can focus unimpeded on commercialization and growth," said Ms. Dreessen.
Sentiment: Strong Buy