Green Energy Resources: New order file
Green Energy Resources announced a new order file over 300,000 tons of mesquite annually through 2012.Â The company is in the process of establishing receiving stations on the Texas coastline. CEO Joseph Murray,Â a resident of San Antonio, Texas, will head up the operationsÂ directly.Â
The Green Energy ResourcesÂ Executive has called upon San Antonio, Austin, Mexico and all of south and west Texas to take advantage to rid their properties of the nuisance and invasive species from Mexico. Green Energy Resources is acceptingÂ at no charge and/or can assist ranchers and land owners withÂ theÂ trucking costs.Â Green Energy ResourcesÂ plans to utilize mesquite as an energy cropÂ because it is a fast growingÂ high density wood. It is superior to willow and cottonwoods and harvesting of the tree is an effective means of control without any environmental damage.
The company plans to commence export shipments to EuropeÂ in 2010. The value of the shipments was not disclosed.
Pine Beetle Damaged Forests
Green Energy Resources is calling on Colorado, Oregon, California, Idaho and other western states afflicted by widespread beetle damageÂ to utilize the trees rather than burn them. Green Energy Resources has announced it can accept the chipped wood for a wide variety ofÂ renewable energy purposes. The wood must be debarked and delivered to a transport location,Â such as river or rail transportation. The company is prepared to offer up to 10 year contracts for the wood supply. Interested suppliers or State forest departments can contact email@example.com. Green Energy Resources has immediate demand for 100,000 tons.
Green Energy Resources is an environmentally friendly company sourcing its wood fiber from recycled wood, storm damage, tree farms and urban wood waste streams.
Except for historical information contained herein, the statements in this release are forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause the companies' actual results in future periods to differ materially from forecasted results. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, market conditions, competitive factors, the ability to successfully complete additional financings, ship availability, fuel costs and other risks.
Green Energy Resources