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Previous Close8.20
Bid7.31 x 4000
Ask7.36 x 4000
Day's Range7.31 - 8.14
52 Week Range0.46 - 15.57
Avg. Volume29,673,481
Market Cap1.449B
Beta (5Y Monthly)3.44
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.71
Earnings DateMay 10, 2021 - May 14, 2021
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est17.00
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    ENGLEWOOD, Colo., March 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gevo, Inc. (NASDAQ: GEVO), announced today that Dr. Patrick Gruber, Chief Executive Officer, and Dr. Paul Bloom, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, will participate in a Water Tower Research Fireside Chat on Wednesday, April 07, 2021 at 4:00 pm EDT. Topic: A Review of Gevo’s Technology and an Introduction to Dr. Paul Bloom Investors and other persons interested in participating in the event must register using the link below. Please note that registration for the live event is limited but may be accessed at any time for replay after the presentation ends on April 07, 2021, utilizing the same registration link. Registration Link: https://globalmeet.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1447567&tp_key=a340ececae About Gevo Gevo’s mission is to transform renewable energy and carbon into energy-dense liquid hydrocarbons. These liquid hydrocarbons can be used for drop-in transportation fuels such as gasoline, jet fuel, and diesel fuel, that when burned have potential to yield net-zero greenhouse gas emissions when measured across the full lifecycle of the products. Gevo uses low-carbon renewable resource-based carbohydrates as raw materials, and is in an advanced state of developing renewable electricity and renewable natural gas for use in production processes, resulting in low-carbon fuels with substantially reduced carbon intensity (the level of greenhouse gas emissions compared to standard petroleum fossil-based fuels across their lifecycle). Gevo’s products perform as well or better than traditional fossil-based fuels in infrastructure and engines, but with substantially reduced greenhouse gas emissions. In addition to addressing the problems of fuels, Gevo’s technology also enables certain plastics, such as polyester, to be made with more sustainable ingredients. Gevo’s ability to penetrate the growing low-carbon fuels market depends on the price of oil and the value of abating carbon emissions that would otherwise increase greenhouse gas emissions. Gevo believes that its proven, patented, technology enabling the use of a variety of low-carbon sustainable feedstocks to produce price-competitive low carbon products such as gasoline components, jet fuel, and diesel fuel yields the potential to generate project and corporate returns that justify the build-out of a multi-billion-dollar business. Gevo believes that Argonne National Laboratory GREET model is the best available standard of scientific based measurement for life cycle inventory or LCI. Learn more at Gevo’s website: www.gevo.com Investor and Media ContactIR@gevo.com+1 720-647-9605

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I can’t seem to find a reason for the name change, but more than 15 years later, it’s not material to the story. 8 Hot Stocks to Buy for Your Well-Diversified Portfolio Anyway, the company sold 7.15 million shares in its IPO, bringing the shares of GEVO stock outstanding to 24.64 million. Based on a market capitalization of $370 million, pro forma cash of $118 million, and $19 million in total debt, it had an enterprise value of approximately $271 million. Fourteen years later, its enterprise value is $1.72 billion, a compound annual growth rate of 20.3%. Not bad indeed. Let’s look next at the revenues. In 2010, Gevo had sales of $16.4 million and an operating loss of $38.5 million. Over 90% of its revenue was from the sale of ethanol. So, ostensibly, it was in the biodiesel business. In 2020, Gevo generated $5.5 million in revenue, down from $24.5 million in 2019. On the bottom line, it lost $26.3 million, flat to a year earlier. The big drop in sales had to do with its plant’s closure in Luverne, Minn., due to Covid-19. However, on Jan. 11, the company announced Net-Zero 1, a project that will see it convert renewable energy into energy-dense liquid hydrocarbons that, when burned, produce a “net-zero” greenhouse gas footprint. The cost of the plant to accommodate the hydrocarbon production is estimated to be $700 million. This is the first of what it hopes are many projects in the future. I’m still listening. The Latest Update On Jan. 22, Gevo updated shareholders about its plans for Net-Zero 1. It mentioned that it is doing some pre-planning to get a better handle on the project’s ultimate cost. Right now, it’s between $700-$800 million. To help pay for this, it made an at-the-market offering in January at $8 a share, which raised net proceeds of $322 million. It has $535 million in cash on its balance sheet with virtually no debt. Post-offering, it had 198 million shares outstanding. 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