SOURCE: National Investment Banking Association

National Investment Banking Association

June 18, 2013 12:24 ET

NIBA Announces That FOGFUELS Will Be Attending the NIBA New York Conference June 17-19, 2013 at the Marriott Hotel Downtown New York, NY

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - June 18, 2013) -  FOGFUELS Inc., a Clean Tech waste to energy company, will meet with investors and investment bankers of presenting public companies at NIBA's New York Conference June 17-19, 2013. The New York City Conference will be held at the Marriott Hotel Downtown, 85 West Street @ Albany Street, New York, NY 10006.

"FOGFUELS is poised to capture the lucrative waste to energy market by engaging municipalities, military bases or commercial entities in a no-cost-to-them partnership resulting in cleaning up a big waste water problem, Fats, Oils and Greases (FOG). We enter into contracts with the municipality for 10+ years that takes FOG out of the waste water system and turns it into cleaner, affordable biodiesel," commented Paul Marshall, Managing Director of FOGFUELS Inc. "The NIBA New York Conference has proven to be an impactful, professional networking and educational event, and we welcome the opportunity to meet with investment bankers and management of publicly traded companies in an open communicative format."

About National Investment Banking Association:

National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) is a national trade association of regional and independent brokerages, investment banking firms, and related capital market service providers. The mission of the National Investment Banking Association, Inc. (NIBA) is to add value to its members, their client companies and investors, and the securities industry at large by continuing to be the premier forum for quality micro-cap/small capital companies seeking access and exposure to the financial community and to be the focal point for all those seeking to enhance the financial environment for small companies. NIBA Members have raised over $10 Billion in new capital for emerging growth companies.


FOGFUELS is creating a platform to rollout the technology to convert brown grease from food service establishments to sustainably produced biodiesel. FOGFUELS will engage municipalities, military and commercial entities to enter into long term contracts for biofuel that will meet their environmental compliance goals as well as support sustainability goals such as net zero and national security. FOGFUELS first client is the City of Atlanta, who through a sole-source contract will enable FOGFUELS to build adjacent to the Utoy Creek water treatment plant and capture the many synergies to colocation. To learn more about FOGFUELS, please visit

Contact Information

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    Emily Foshee
    Executive Director
    Phone: 706-208-9620
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