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Saturday, October 13, 2007

BlueFire Ethanol CEO to Discuss Green Waste-to-Ethanol at Cellulosic Ethanol Summit

BlueFire Ethanol CEO to Discuss Green Waste-to-Ethanol at Cellulosic Ethanol Summit: "IRVINE, CA--(Marketwire - October 2, 2007) - BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc. (OTCBB: BFRE).

CEO Arnold R. Klann will discuss BlueFire's patented, proven technology to profitably convert urban green waste destined for landfills to ethanol at the upcoming Cellulosic Ethanol summit in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Klann will participate in a panel, 'Non-Enzymatic Biorefinery Developer Community's Plan and Activities,' at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, October 16, 2007. The panel will discuss:
  1. Projects and activities of the non-enzymatic ethanol developer community;

  2. How developers are working with other players in the value chain to move these projects forward;

  3. What technologies are being deployed;

  4. Lessons to be learned from current projects; and

  5. Opportunities these projects create for other industry players.
BlueFire Ethanol is one of six ethanol companies recently awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Energy for its planned ethanol production facility co-located adjacent to the El Sobrante landfill in Corona, California. The facility will produce approximately 17 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol per year from municipal solid waste.

In addition to the El Sobrante project, BlueFire expects to obtain all necessary permits to commence construction of a smaller facility near Lancaster California late this year.

The Lancaster plant
will produce 3.1 million gallons
of cellulosic ethanol per year
from the green fraction
of municipal
solid waste.

BlueFire Ethanol holds the exclusive North American license to employ the Arkenol Process Technology, a patented, commercially viable and profitable system that transforms cellulosic waste into usable ethanol.


As a result, BlueFire is uniquely positioned to set the industry standard in converting waste materials -- such as wood waste, green waste, straw, switchgrass, and corn stover -- into ethanol.

For further information about the Cellulosic Ethanol Summit, please visit www.infocastinc.com/cell07.html or call Daniel Sullivan."


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