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Company's president describes how Carbon Sciences is able to convert carbon dioxide into liquid portable fuels

Santa Barbara, CA - May 26, 2009 - Carbon Sciences, Inc. (CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to recycle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into gasoline and other fuels, today announced that Fox Business News featured the company during its May 21 broadcast in a segment on recycling carbon emissions. During the interview, Byron Elton, the company's president, described how Carbon Sciences is able to convert carbon dioxide into liquid portable fuels.

When asked about recycling carbon emissions, Elton stated, "We have a technology that takes carbon dioxide, and through our proprietary breakthrough technology, turns it into portable fuels, such as gasoline, diesel and jet fuel." Elton continued, "We believe that fundamentally the way that we are currently obtaining and using energy is flawed and we need to take a different approach. The important question that we face today is how are we going to continue to provide the energy that the world needs to maintain our lifestyles, while at the same time being good stewards of the environment."

Elton also addressed the concern about carbon sequestration, "We think that it is a bad idea for major carbon emitters, such as coal fired power plants, to capture CO2 and pump it into the ground. This is an unrealistic and dangerous solution to a very large problem. Instead, we propose to use our biocatalytic process to recycle the captured CO2 into liquid portable fuels that can be distributed within the existing infrastructure.

To view the interview, please see Fox Business News - Carbon Sciences - Recycling Carbon Emissions.



Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009


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