BioCat Fuels
Energy Independence - one biodiesel plant at a time

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INVEST TODAY IN THE FUTURE OF BIODIESEL!

BioCat Fuels is excited to offer investors the opportunity to help build its first production plant using the exciting new Mcgyan production process. If you are committed to energy independence and the preservation of our environment, click here for more information about investing.

THE MCGYAN PROCESS WORKS!

Ever Cat Fuels began production at the first ever Mcgyan biodiesel
facility in September 2009, beginning a new generation of biodiesel
production.

Unlike traditional biodiesel technologies, the Mcgyan process is clean, efficient and dependable. It operates continuously and can convert non-food waste oils that other processes are unable to use. Even more importantly, the process uses no water, has no hazardous waste stream and uses oils not suitable for human consumption.

Check out recent news articles about the Mcgyan process:

– BIODIESEL REFINERY IN ISANTI IS READY TO REV
September 15, 2009, Neal St. Anthony, Minneapolis StarTribune –
Ever Cat Fuels aims to put a dent in the amount of oil we import by turning weeds and algae, among other things, into diesel. MORE >

– THE MOST PORTABLE BIODIESEL PROCESSOR IN THE WORLD
Tuesday, May 19 Don Shelby, WCCO, featured the Mcgyan process and bio diesel experts including Clayton McNeff on Project Energy. MORE >

– POND FULL OF SCUM PRODUCES A TANK FULL
OF CHEAP DIESEL
Neal St. Anthony, Minneapolis StarTribune – A local company produces diesel for $1.25 to $1.75 a gallon. And that attracted the interest of financiers, scientists and Uncle Sam.       MORE >

– MCGYAN PROCESS IN THE NEWS
Ever Cat® Fuels and the Mcgyan® process are featured in the April-June issue of the Agriculture Utilization Research Institute (AURI) of Minnesota. Read Article (pdf)

– BIODIESEL'S NEXT STAGE?
Twin Cities Business Magazine featured BioCat's technology and new biodiesel plant in the April 2009 issue.
Read Article (pdf)

– IS ALGAE THE FUTURE FOR BIODIESEL?
Algae is a non-food feedstock that utilizes land not typically used for agriculture to produce more oil per acre than that produced by traditional crops. Check out recent media stories about the potential of algae.
MORE >

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FOR INVESTORS

BioCat intends to build its initial plants using a combination of debt and equity

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FOR FEEDSTOCK SUPPLIERS

If you are a feedstock supplier and are interested in discussing a supply agreement with BioCat Fuels please contact us. Click here.


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