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My New FEATURED Pick is BioNitrogen Holdings Corp. (BIONQ). This is an awesome turnaround story, in early 2016 BIONQ had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to some legacy debt, BIONQ have restructured and are about to built a new Plant Facility in Taylor County FL with the full financial, strategic and logistical support of the City of Perry, Taylor County Florida, the Taylor County Development Authority and the State of Florida! Read below all the praise and support in their own words for BIONQ from KEY Partners in the City, County and State! Now is the time to buy shares of BIONQ before it explodes upwards!
In their OWN WORDS here are what the KEY Players have to say:
Bob Brown, City Manager for Perry, commented: “We are pleased to have this agreement with BioNitrogen and we look forward to their successful restructuring through the Chapter 11 process and their immediate focus on Taylor County as a first place to build. This project will create jobs and a broader economic benefit for the county and the City. The City of Perry and the community is committed to providing whatever logistical and technical assistance we can to BioNitrogen to bring this project to life.”
Dustin Hinkel, Taylor County Administrator, said: “We are happy to see that BioNitrogen and the City of Perry have reached an agreement that will bring many high-paying jobs to the county and restore the community’s investment into this project. This agreement shows that BioNitrogen is emerging from its restructuring as a committed partner to our community. I look forward to working with them to bring more jobs and economic activity to our County.”
Scott Frederick, Director of the Taylor County Development Authority said that “the TCDA Board earlier approved the issuance of a $300 million tax free bond for this project. We are excited that this agreement can put BioNitrogen on a path to utilizing the bond toward the construction of its first plant in Taylor County, Florida.”
Graham Copley, CEO of BioNitrogen: "On emergence from Chapter 11, BioNitrogen (BIONQ) will immediately move to complete the necessary engineering design work specific to a planned location in Taylor County, and secure the necessary financing to build the facility.
BioNitrogen’s move to seek bankruptcy protection was due to poor financing decisions made in the past, and never about the validity and value of the process and its underlying technology. The original project to build in the City of Perry was sound and we are delighted that the City and the community continue to support us with this agreement. The location of the facility could not be better placed logistically, and the region is rich in biomass feedstock, contributing to the financial success of the plan. Having the location and the plan to build what would be our first showcase plant, facilitates conversations with possible strategic and financial partners.”
BioNitrogen’s attorney, Jacqueline Calderin of Ehrenstein Charbonneau Calderin and City of Perry’s attorney, Scott Williams of Rumberger, Kirk & Cardwell have worked extensively on the preparation of a term sheet that memorializes the agreement.
The parties will seek approval of the agreement from the Bankruptcy Court in the coming weeks. (Approval is expected to come at any time, now is the time to buy)
More about BioNitrogen (BIONQ) and WHY you should invest in BioNitrogen (BIONQ) made in USA amazing technology
BioNitrogen (BIONQ) is a cleantech company that utilizes patented and proprietary technology to build environmentally friendly plants that convert biomass into Urea fertilizer. Urea fertilizer, 46% Nitrogen, is principally used in the agricultural industry as a crop fertilizer.
1. A patented technology capable of manufacturing a non-petrochemical-based urea fertilizer that is low cost & high quality
2. A local process enabling distribution directly to the rural markets where the urea is produced, worldwide
3. An environmentally responsible, domestically-produced urea alternative that will reduce import and logistics costs, optimizing the value chain to farmers while improving their profit margins
4. Innovative, clean technology manufacturing plants each capable of producing 520 tons of green, domestic urea fertilizer per day, or 179,400 tons annually, in a range of products agile enough to respond to changing technologies, new industrial applications, and overall market demand
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