Earth Biofuels: Debt on Biodiesel Facility restructured

Earth Biofuels, Inc. today announced a restructuring of certain promissory notes which has resulted in the reduction of $4,000,000 of senior secured debt on its biodiesel production facility located in Durant, Oklahoma. This reduction is part of the Company’s plan to produce biodiesel at the facility using yellow grease and animal fats feedstocks.

Through the execution of an Amended and Restated Credit Agreement, Guarantee and Collateral Agreement with Fourth Third, LLC as part of the Company’s liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) spin-off transaction announced last week, an existing $9,000,000 Promissory Note with Fourth Third was replaced by a new $5,000,000 Promissory Note with Fourth Third. The new $5,000,000 Promissory Note is secured by Earth Biofuels’ biodiesel production facility in Durant, Oklahoma. The $4,000,000 debt reduction was converted to the $34 million Promissory Note held by Fourth Third from PNG Ventures, Inc., which is secured by PNG Ventures’ LNG processing facility in Topock, Arizona.

Earth Biofuels is actively pursuing an engineering upgrade to its Durant biodiesel facility to allow for the pre-treatment of high free fatty acid (“FFA”) feedstock oils and to increase its production capacity to 20 million gallons per year.

Earth Biofuels, Inc. endeavors to produce and distribute biodiesel fuel and cellulosic ethanol through wholesale and retail outlets. The biodiesel fuel is sold under Willie Nelson's brand name, "BioWillie®." The Company's Web site is

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Earth Biofuels, Inc.
Shawne Horn, 866-765-4940

Source: Earth Biofuels, Inc.
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