Michael Chaplinsky and Jack Katz, Managing Partners of Monarca, are Going to Singapore to Meet with JOil to Select Hybrid Jatropha Plants for their BioJet Fuel Project

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Michael Chaplinsky, President of Turf Feeding Systems and Jack Katz, CEO of Monarca, are meeting with the JOil team in Singapore to select special hybrid Jatropha plants needed for their BioJet fuel project in Yucatan Mexico. Monarca is a 33,000 hectare plantation and BioJect fuel refinery that will produce 30 million gallons of BioJet fuel for Mexican aviation.

Jatropha Fruit

BioJet Fuel is in High Demand Worldwide

Biojet fuel is in high demand and production is limited with only a few refineries producing it worldwide. Monarca will be the first BioJet fuel facility in the world to bring together agriculture seed oil projection with a Honeywell UOP refinery on the same 33,000 hectare site.

Jack Katz states, “We have the interest and support of the local government to diversify and build the Yucatan economy, as well as the National ASA - Aeropuertos y ServiciosAuxiliares – airport operations, services and aviation fuel, to supply BioJet fuel for Mexican aviation.”

Katz continues, “We can sell every gallon of BioJet fuel we produce once we are on line in two years, and we have the most outstanding team of scientists, agronomists, engineers and practitioners for the project. This will be the most efficient, productive and sustainable biofuel project in the world.”

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Michael Chaplinsky, President of Turf Feeding Systems, states, “I was brought in to create high yield efficient agriculture production of Jatropha, an oil bean plant that will thrive in the Yucatan climate using our special sustainable agriculture practices. We are now looking for the best hybrid Jatropha variety for the plantation and our next step is to meet with JOil world leading Jatropha research company in Singapore.

Chaplinsky continues, “Jatropha has had poor success in the past because it was planted in poor soil and cultivated poorly with traditional agriculture practices at best. We can push high fruit production 50% over any normally cultivated hybrid Jatropha, once we find the best hybrid plant.”

Chaplinsky concludes, “We are excited to meet the JOil team since they are the Jatropha experts and we are always looking for the right partners and suppliers for this project. This is a business model that will continue to expand; our long term business plan is to have one million hectares under cultivation in ten years.”

Contact Information
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
+52.1.55.20954727
jkatz(at)blacksmithicg(dot)com

Michael Chaplinsky, President – Turf Feeding Systems, Inc. Houston, Texas – USA
COO - Agriculture - Zphere Works
+1 713.849.9040
mc(at)turffeeding(dot)com
http://www.turffeeding.com

Bio:
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.”

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