Aug 14

General Information:
Wasabi Energy is a Melbourne, Australia-based investment firm which invests in green technology. The firm’s stock is actively traded on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market. Its stock symbol is “WAS”.

Wasabi Energy strives to maximise their investment returns by actively working with investees to develop products, services and technologies that maximise revenues. The firm also develops potential green technology business ideas into viable small business enterprises. The aim of this work is to develop high-value small business projects that can help the firm further maximise its rate of return on its investments.

Executive Officers:
Executive Chairman: Mr. John Byrne.
Executive Director: Mr. Stephen Morris.
Master Engineer: Mr. Robert Reynolds.

Investment Policy:
Wasabi Energy generally invests in medium-range and long-haul green technology projects. The aim of these green technology investments is to increase the value of their investments through improved cash flow generation, capital growth via market appreciation of the company’s assets, or a combination of the first two items. Once a long-term investment has matured into a viable enterprise, the firm either lists the enterprise publicly on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market or sells the enterprise to maximise its value to shareholders. Current Portfolio Holdings:

Finally, Wasabi Energy currently has a stake in many green technology firms that are located in Australia and abroad. All of these firms are held by Wasabi Energy because it believes that these firms have the potential for long-term capital appreciation and improved cash flow capabilities.

Here is a listing of those holdings below:
Rum Jungle Uranium Limited—3%.
Aviva Corporation Limited—8%.
Greenearth Energy Limited—16%.

Australian Renewable Fuels Limited—24%.
Aqua Guardian Group Limited—50%.
Global Geothermal Limited—96%.

For a free copy of Wasabi Energy’s most recent annual report, please download a copy at

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Jun 16

D1 Oils was founded in 2004 as a renewable fuels producer. The company uses a species of tree known as jatropha to produce its refined biofuels. Jatropha trees are able to survive in a wide variety of climates, and its seeds are known throughout the vegetable world for their extremely high oil content.

Other biofuels manufacturers saw the price of food go up as a result of investment in technologies that turned edible oils into fuel. This led to worldwide hunger riots and the decline of the edible oils industry for use in biofuels. However, D1 Oils managed to avoid that bump because Jatropha oil is inedible and doesn’t affect food prices around the world.

In October 2004, D1 Oils was first listed in the AIM. Its initial offering raised 11.5 million pounds. Subsequent offerings raised 26 million, 49 million and 14.9 million pounds in 2005, 2006 and 2008, respectively. As Britain’s leading jatropha-based biodiesel manufacturer, D1 is poised for growth in the years to come.

In 2007, oil producer BP and D1 Oils formed a joined venture to plant more jatropha trees around the world. Jatropha trees can be grown in poor quality soil, making it exceptionally convenient as an oil crop. The company has collaborated with many different world-class companies over the past five years and it has consistently been a high performer in the biofuels market, both when it was doing well and in recent years, when many other biofuels companies have gone out of business or have had to restructure their goals.

In April 2011, Siemens sought to develop a high-speed ferry that ran solely on biofuels from jatropha seeds. This ferry could prove highly useful throughout Europe, Asia and the world at large, and is seen by D1 Oils as an excellent opportunity for growth. As more information comes out on Siemens’ ferry development, expect the price of D1 Oils to fluctuate on the Alternative Investment Market.

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