BioNitrogen Corp.

BioNitrogen Unveils Revolutionary Technology that Transforms Agricultural Waste into High-Quality Urea Fertilizer


Source: BioNitrogen Corp.

CEO Addresses the Future Direction of BioNitrogen and the Fertilizer Industry: Utilizing Proprietary Technology the Company is able to Convert Biomass to High-Quality, Urea Fertilizer for the Global Marketplace.

MIAMI, FLORIDA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/25/12 -- BioNitrogen Corp. (BION) officially launched its commercial website today positioning itself to become a global, mass manufacturer of high-quality, urea fertilizer. Utilizing patent-pending technology, the Company is able to convert biomass waste - from household garbage to plant stalks and husks - into high-nitrogen content, urea fertilizer.

Fact: Every year the world consumes 170 million tonnes of fertilizer for food, feed, fibre and fuel; where 48% of the world's food is produced with the use of nitrogen fertilizer. Without the use of fertilizer, 2 billion more people would be threatened by hunger (Source: International Fertilizer Association, 2011).

Growth Potential

BioNitrogen's revolutionary technology produces urea at a substantially lower cost than traditional methods. The Company Model focuses on building small-scale, fully operational plants on a turnkey basis. Each production facility is estimated to manufacture 15 tons of urea fertilizer per hour for a total annual production of approximately 124,200 tons per plant.

Local Presence, Global Opportunity

Moreover, since our plants are small in size and modular in design, we enjoy the logistical benefit of being able to locate them in rural, crop-producing areas. Local farmers in the communities will both supply us with biomass materials to fuel our operations and later purchase our products to fertilize their next generation of crops. Additional advantages of our small-scale, localized production approach include lower costs for land acquisition, material handling, and transportation.

Zero Footprint, Environmentally Friendly

Currently over 90% of the urea produced utilizes natural gas as the feedstock. Significantly, the feedstock used our process is common agricultural waste products and other natural biomass, not chemicals or natural gas. The by-products created by the process are electricity, which is used to help run the plants and also generate power for the grid secondary revenue stream, fly ash, which can be sold to cement manufacturers as a secondary revenue stream, and water, which is reused in the process in a closed loop system.

And because we use surface biomass products as a carbon source, rather than subterranean fossil fuel, we do not release previously trapped subterranean carbon into the atmosphere. Additionally, our manufacturing method recycles the harmful greenhouse gases that are separated out during the gasifying and reforming processes. As a result, our urea production system has virtually no negative impact on the environment, and the process qualifies for carbon credits.

An Indispensable Global Industry

The market for urea is strong and growing. Urea accounts for 60% of total nutrient consumption worldwide and is anticipated to reach 70% by the end of 2020. According to a study conducted by the International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) in 2010, global demand for urea will grow at 3.8% per year from 2009 to approximately 192.5 million tons in 2014; the bulk of this increase is expected to come from growing demand for urea fertilizer. The IFA also forecasted that industrial applications for urea, accounting for 12% of total consumption, are expected to grow by 7% per year between 2009 and 2014. In a study conducted by the IFA in May 2011, demand for urea is predicted to increase 10.7% from 168.6 million tons to 188.8 million tons in 2014.

In North America, consumption of urea has grown by 1.2% per year for the past six years. In 2009, the IFA estimated that North American consumption was 14.3 million tons annually. In the United States alone, in 2009, the IFA estimated that urea consumption was at 11.44 million tons, while production came to just 6.38 million tons. The IFA stated that with growing demand and unchanged capacity, urea imports by the United States are likely to grow to around 7.7 million tons per year.

Our Mission at BioNitrogen

BioNitrogen's mission is to help manage the delicate balance of increasing global food production, while satisfying the demands for more cost effective, operationally efficient and environmentally friendly production facilities and methods. Our objectives are:

- Create a high quality alternative to natural gas based nitrogen fertilizer
- Fuel rural economic development
- Improve the quality of life for the citizens of our region
- Manufacture an ecologically sound product
- Operate our business with moral and ethical conviction
- And generate value and return for our shareholders.

To learn more about BioNitrogen, please visit or watch our informational video here. BioNitrogen is headquartered in Miami, Florida, USA and trades on the over-the-counter bulletin board under the stock symbol BION.

Forward Looking and Safe Harbor Statement

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 - This press release contains forward-looking statements, including without limitation statements about the operations and future prospects for BioNitrogen Corp. (the 'Company'). Forward-looking statements in this press release should not be viewed as pledges or undertakings regarding future performance. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause the Company's actual results to vary materially from those anticipated. The Company cautions the reader not to place too much reliance upon any such forward-looking statements, because such statements reflect the opinions and beliefs of the Company only as of the date when they were made. Factors that may cause actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements contained in this release include, among others, the following: (i) the Company's future operational, financial or marketing performance; (ii) the ability of the Company to bring new products to market that are complementary to the products that the Company currently produces; (iii) the ability of the Company to increase or maintain profit margins on the products it offers to the marketplace; (iv) the strength of the Company's product development pipeline; (v) the Company's growth and profitability prospects; (vi) the estimated size and growth prospects of the natural fertilizer market; (vii) the Company's competitive position in the natural fertilizer market and its ability to take advantage of future opportunities in this market; (viii) the benefits of the Company's products to be realized by customers; and (ix) the receptiveness of the agricultural and commercial market for bulk urea or other products that the Company manufactures. Forward-looking statements are based on management's beliefs and opinions at the time the statements are made. The Company does not have any obligation to update forward-looking statements should circumstances change or should management's beliefs or opinions change.

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BioNitrogen Corp.
8725 N.W. 18th Terrace, Suite 105
Doral, FL 33172 U.S.A.
(305) 898-7835


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