Leading airlines worldwide are budgeting BioJet Fuel, the need for BioJect Fuel is NOW.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) July 12, 2016
BioJet Fuel is in great demand worldwide, with every major airline budgeting a program for it.
Mexico has a target of 15% BioJet Fuel use in their aircrafts by 2020, which equated to 10.6 million gallons. Lufthansa Airlines has a 10% BioJet Fuel goal by 2025 and United Airlines has contracted to purchase 15 million gallons in the next three years.
United Airlines Video - https://youtu.be/HIH4Y0kUzjk
Jack Katz, the CEO of Zphere Works, knows there is a worldwide need for BioJet fuel and Biodiesel for Mexico. This project will deliver large qualities of high quality BioJet fuel soon. Katz contacted Michael Chaplinsky of Turf Feeding Systems to assist.
Katz’s vision has been to grow 23,000 hectares of Jatropha to produce 30 million gallons of BioJet fuel in the Yucatan, while raising the economy of the rural people and diversify the tourist economy of Cancun.
Katz contracted Michael Chaplinsky, the president of Turf Feeding Systems in Houston Texas, who is an expert in a new sustainable agriculture that solves issues with poor soil and poor water quality, to design and manage the agriculture side of the project.
Katz and Chaplinsky realized their common goals for the project and formed a team of agronomists, growers, scientists, geneticists and practitioners from around the world from South Africa to Oregon.
Chaplinsky says that “Jatropha is an oil producing plant that has had poor history; however this project will use a special hybrid as a base plant and we will further develop it genetically to create a very efficient plant. The key to high production of this project is their sustainable program that brings together new highly efficient irrigation (not drip or center pivots), special fertigation, special organics and hormones to get larger crop production and multiple annual fruiting.”
Chaplinsky adds, “The secret of this project is to build the soil and plant health together, to turbo charge the plant and soil. Few do it at this scale.”
The project will have state of the art on site greenhouses for testing and cuttings for propagation, a tissue testing laboratory as well as IR drone surveying of the crops.
This will be the most productive scientific BioFuel crop in the world and Katz is planning to franchise the technology across Latin America were Biofuel can solve fuel shortages.
Mr. Katz is in the pre-contract stage with Honeywell for their UOP refinery with a 30 million gallon capacity. The refinery will be on site to produce finished BioJet fuel to be trucked less than 100 kilometers to the Cancun International airport the largest in Mexico.
The project start is scheduled within the next 90 days, with the first BioJet fuel production by 2018.
Jack Katz, CEO - Zphere Works, S. de R.L. de C.V., a Mexican Limited Liability Company - Cerrada Manchester 13, floor 3 - Mexico City, 06600
Michael Chaplinsky, President – Turf Feeding Systems, Inc. - Houston, Texas – USA
+1 713.849.9040 mc(at)turffeeding(dot)com http://www.turffeeding.com
Mr. Jack Katz is the CEO of Zphere Works, S. de R.L. de C.V headquartered in Mexico City. Mr. Katz has been in the waste to energy business for over 10 years. His background has been focused on integrating government agencies with solutions in waste and environmental issues. He has brought together teams of designs and implementers to structure and install systems that address municipal waste and water quality.
Mr.Katz has just launched a municipal waste to energy project for Cancun.
Michael Chaplinsky is the President of Turf Feeding Systems a world leading company in fertigation, headquartered in Houston, Texas.
Mr. Chaplinsky has developed new technologies integrating – fertigation, new irrigation technologies and special soil treatments to reduce irrigation water up to 50%, reduce fertilizer and chemicals 60% while increasing crop production as much as 50%.
Mr. Chaplinsky works and speaks at many agriculture conferences worldwide. He is a world expert in Soil Restoration, Water Efficiency and Sodium Issues in water and soil. He developed a new sustainable agriculture program that restores poor soil and produces higher crop production, while reducing water, fertilizer and chemicals.
He states, “The world population has passed 7 billion and will pass 9 billion by 2050; however tillable productive farmland in the world is diminishing. My mission is to restore damaged farmland not bulldoze native forests to increase farmland.”