Breakthrough Technology Has Investors Focused on OriginOil, Inc

NEW YORK - Nov. 20, 2014 - PRLog -- Initiates coverage on OriginOil, Inc.  To receive your free OOIL company report and information on aother oil & gas related stocks, you can sign up for free here:

I'm going to tell you about the Trade (The 'Slap), then I'll give you some information about the company, and I'll probably close out with some awesome quote that will get you all juiced up to make some money today!

The 'Slap

This stock has been covered by several major networks over the last 5 months and one thing that I've noticed is that the "alerts" that have given readers the BIGGEST opportunity to profit are those that are delivered during periods when OOIL is trending around $0.13-$0.14.  Seriously, if you look at the history of this stock since June you will quickly come to find that the price hasn't broken any higher than $0.24 and it hasn't seen a pps any lower than $0.12!  So what does that mean?

Well I'm sure everyone has a different take but my opinion is this: in school your finance teachers probably said "The trend is your friend," and as much as I hate this saying for stocks in the OTC, it's actually proven to be truthful on many occasions with OOIL specifically.  So with that being said, I think the slap opportunity could show itself somewhere around this $0.13-0.14 range.  If history serves as a road map, OOIL could be looking at its next move up and it could all start at the opening bell.

What's The Story With OOIL?

Have you ever heard of fracking?  If you haven't, has a great definition:

Fracking-The process of drilling for natural gas and oil underneath the ground. Water mixed with other components is pumped into the ground to create cracks (also referred to as fissures or fractures) to release the gas into wells that have been built for collection.

This process is highly water intensive.  Truckloads of water are shipped to these fracking sites and truck loads of dirty water are shipped out or even simply discarded into the environment around the frack site. OriginOil comes into the picture as the company that not only cleans up the dirty water but also has a technology that can turn it into a reusable form for frack jobs or even as a source of clean water for farming operations.  YEA...REALLY!

Here's an example of OOIL in action:

Industrial Systems Inc., a hydraulic fracturing operation in Colorado, experienced up to 30% flowback rate from water pumped into the ground. In addition, eight barrels of high-saline produced water surfaced with every barrel of crude. Operators needed a cost-effective way to manage the water. Trucking and disposal cost $3 to $12 per barrel and posed environmental risks.

....OOIL's solution

OriginOil's Electro Water Separation(TM) technology offers a high-speed, chemical-free process that efficiently extracts oils, suspended solids, insoluble organics and bacteria from frac flowback and produced water for reuse. OOIL successfully demonstrated a 1,000-barrel-per-day commercial-capacity system with frac flowback and produced water for a disposal site in Delta, CO. The technology, coupled with an infiltration membrane system from TriSep Corporation, removed 99.8% of turbidity, 100% of suspended solids and 99.2% of oil from the water.

...And that's just one instance.  You can see more on OOIL's website:

OOIL Summary

There is so much going on with OOIL.  I didn't even have time to get into all the detail on the major announcements the company has made including a 7-figure sale in Oman, a licensing agreement with a company in Trinidad & Tobago, and even receiving its 3rd international patent from the China Patent Office.  All of that happened in the course of the last 3 months!

"Opportunity means nothing unless people are prepared to seize it!"


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