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G.E.T. Big Oil's Dirty Little Secret

Updated on July 13, 2011

"Light thinks it travels faster than anything but it is wrong.

No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it."

Terry Pratchett

The Deepwater Horizon blow-out in the Gulf of Mexico is currently hovering around fourth as the worst oil spill in history.  It is just a matter of time before it becomes number one.
The Deepwater Horizon blow-out in the Gulf of Mexico is currently hovering around fourth as the worst oil spill in history. It is just a matter of time before it becomes number one.
Lawn & Garden
Lawn & Garden

Green Earth Technologies: GETG

A funny thing happened while I was looking into the Gulf Oil debacle. I discovered Green Earth Technologies has a New Ultimate Biodegradable Solution for the Gulf Oil Spill Disaster. The EPA requires BP choose a less Toxic Chemical dispersant than what initially was deployed. It appears that this solution is being kept under wraps.

This concentrated solution is derived from plant, tree, fruit and processed vegetable extracts. Did I mention its Biodegradable? The smartest guys on the planet were assembled in order to initiate damage control regarding the seemingly irreversible Gulf Oil disaster. What they discovered is quietly being touted as the most effective solution to date.

The facts appear to point toward a non-toxic cocktail which makes the potion even more palatable. Although this sound too good to be true; results are the only thing that matters. The oil is not dispersed as per the BP debacle, but completly dissolved; vanished without a trace, with the added bonus of saving the Seafood & Fisheries industry.

The plan to apply the biodegradable dispersant, G-Marine Fuel Spill clean-up, near and over the affected areas using “7 Air Tractors and 802 Aircraft” in cooperation with locally based Corent Air Corp. and Evergreen Flying, Inc. Coverage is estimated at or about 14 square miles daily.*

“G-MARINE Fuel Spill Clean-UP! is a unique blend of plant derived, water based and ultimate biodegradable ingredients specifically formulated to quickly emulsify and encapsulate fuel and oil spills. These plant derived ingredients are processed to form a colloidal micelle whose small particle size (1-4 nanometers) enables it to penetrate and breakdown long chain hydrocarbons bonds in oils and grease and holds them in a colloidal suspension when mixed with water.

Once oil has been suspended in a nano-colloidal suspension, there is no reverse emulsion; the oil becomes water soluble allowing it to be consumed by resident bacteria in the water. This dispersant formula is protected by trade secrets pursuant to Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA) Standard CFR-1910 1200.

The ingredient list has been reviewed by the US EPA and contains no ingredients considered hazardous by OSHA.” *

Green Earth Technologies’ Product line is the G-brand; they are environmentally superior as well as biodegradable, made from American grown base oils. Through the power of Nanotechnology, the little known company tagline boasts: Save the Earth –Sacrifice nothing. Predominantly available are auto and household products,yet the stock price may be waiting to explode with the release of environmentally safe superior Biodegradable motor oil: G-OIL.

What could possibly be the reason, this little pink sheet company has not touted this monumental breakthrough of Big Oil's despicable dirty habit of destroying the environment? This would be a game changer of such magnitude that would alter the landscape of risk with respect to drilling concerns. The answer could have something to do with keeping the economy on hold, especially the Green sector.

GETG; a public company is listed on the Pink Sheets, meaning a possible windfall to the stock price if this stuff works. It currently is trading at $ 0.58 a share. Tell me you don’t want to run out and buy a thousand shares.

* Green Earth Technologies Public Relations

 Gulf War
Gulf War
IXTOC 1 oil well blowout in Bay of Campeche.
IXTOC 1 oil well blowout in Bay of Campeche.

Worst Oil Spills in history


1. Gulf War Oil Spill

 Date: January 19, 1991
Location: Persian Gulf, Kuwait
Oil Spilled: 380 million-520 million gallons

2. Ixtoc 1 Oil Spill

 Date:June 3, 1979 through March 23, 1980
Location: Bay of Campeche, Mexico
Oil Spilled: 140 million gallons

3. Atlantic Empress/Aegean Captain Oil Spill

 Date: July 19, 1979
Location: Off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago
Oil Spilled: 90 million gallons

4. Kolva River Oil Spill

 Date: September 8, 1994
Location: Kolva River, Russia
Oil Spilled: 84 million gallons

5. Nowruz Oil Field Oil Spill

 Date: February 10-September 18, 1983
Location: Persian Gulf, Iran
Oil Spilled: 80 million gallons

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    • gjfalcone profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Gilbert, Arizona

      Welcome aboard Biz,

      Thx for your comments & I tend to agree. This would be a major innovation. We're ready, no we hunger as a Nation for something potentially this big.

    • TheBizConsultant profile image


      8 years ago

      Very informative and interesting, It is amazing how such innovation can come from an environmental disaster. I am a firm believer that all of the world's problems can be solved with innovative minds.


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