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Invest in the development of a biofuel refinery plant to refine and distribute bio fuels on a leasehold property. The California Air Resources Board affirmed that biodiesel, a renewable, clean‐burning diesel fuel from organically‐sourced oil, grease and fat, has the best carbon score among all liquid fuels. It is the first and only EPA‐designated, commercial‐scale‐produced advanced Biofuel. Its use reduces greenhouse gas emissions from between 57% to 86% compared to petroleum diesel. The Viridis Oakland, CA plant will produce 20 million gallons per year (MMGY) of 100% biodiesel (B100) and approximately 4 MMGY of technical grade glycerin.
Viridis Fuels, Oakland Refinery Plant, with its location at the foot of the San Francisco Bay Bridge, is building what will be America’s optimally visible biodiesel refinery with today’s most advanced multi feedstock, waterless, continuous flow technology available. The Plant will be capable of processing low end feedstock that is high in free fatty acid (FFA) content, which is lower in cost than lower FFA or virgin oil feedstocks, with no appreciable product yield reduction.
A total capitalization of $77,000,000 with $58,600,000 or 76.1% is sought in solid waste disposal revenue bonds issued by the California Pollution Control Financing Authority, with $3,400,000 or 5.4% is from a Cal Energy Grant, with $6,000,000 or 7.8% coming from Tech Engineers FRF International, with $1,000,000+ or 1.3% from Sponsors, and 10.4% is being sought in a preferred equity investment of $8,000,000.
|FRF International||$ 6,000,000|
|Cal Energy Grant||$ 3,400,000|
|Bond - CA Poll Cont Fin Auth||$ 58,600,000|
By investing as little as $5,000.00, you will become a direct owner in Viridis Fuels, LLC as a Class A Member that has a "preferred" position as to the Company's cash distributions. The chart demonstrates the hierarchy of the superiority in the right to the cash flow generated by the Company during their investment period. After Bond Holders and other Lenders, ENDVEST investors such as you will have first right to the Company's cash flow to pay the annual 8% preferred return on your investment. If there are any profits, the Company must pay a portion (at least 40% of ENDVEST's pro-rata share) as distribution to ENDVEST partners even if does not distribute anything further to the other equity investors. Also, ENDVEST capital investments are also superior in terms of available cash in the Company whereby all other equity investments are explicitly subordinate. That means other than the bond holders and lenders, ENDVEST partners must receive their annual returns PLUS their pro-rata profit distributions and return of their investment before any of the other investors receive cash distributions or return of capital.