SOURCE: Perihelion Global

February 28, 2008 08:45 ET

Perihelion Global Announces Chemical and Feedstock Providers for Opp, Alabama Biofuel Refinery

WILMINGTON, DE and SANTA ROSA BEACH, FL--(Marketwire - February 28, 2008) - Perihelion Global (PINKSHEETS: PHGI), a development company with interests in natural resources, alternative energies, and advanced communications, today announced that is has secured chemical and feedstock providers.

Perihelion has reached agreement with Vitusa Products, Inc to provide processing chemicals to its Opp, Alabama BioDiesel refinery. Griffin Industries will supply feedstocks that will supplement supply from regional crop producers to ensure that the Opp Refinery can maintain continuous production.

Perihelion's agreement with Vitusa Products, Inc outlines distribution of Methanol and Sodium Methylate to the Company's Phase One Refinery in Opp, Alabama. Vitusa Products, Inc is the preferred distributor of Methanex Methanol and also distributes Sodium Methylate. Vitusa Products, Inc has a 27-year history of working with Methanex's advanced pumping terminal at Westwego, Louisiana, which supports their ability to handle and transport hazardous materials in a safe and efficient manner. As part of the agreement, Vitusa Products, Inc recently conducted an on-site inspection of the Company's Phase One Refinery.

Griffin Industries will supply animal fats for the Company's Phase One Refinery as an additional feedstock source. Griffin is a leader in recovering waste material from slaughterhouses, packing plants, butcher shops, supermarkets, hotels, and restaurants to recycle valuable fatty acids, tallows, and proteins. These materials can be processed at the Company's Opp, Alabama facility as an additional source of feedstock for creating BioDiesel. Griffin has an outstanding environmental record, and is certified through Audubon International's Cooperative Sanctuary System.

In light of record high soy, rapeseed, and palm oil prices that are crippling production at numerous single-feedstock facilities, Perihelion management believes its approach of constructing multi-feedstock refineries is proving advantageous in today's economy. Perihelion's facility has been designed to be highly adaptive to pricing and supply changes in world commodities markets.

Perihelion Biofuels representative, William Roncali, stated, "When you have multiple feedstock sources, you have the advantage of reacting to supply-side or economic obstacles that might otherwise hinder producers that are more reliant on a single feedstock."

Perihelion Global CEO, John H. Beebe, concluded, "These agreements are important to securing consistent production. Consistent production creates consistent jobs for our employees, consistent revenues for our company, and security for our shareholders knowing that we have the ability to adapt to changing market climates. We look forward to working with these industry leaders to strengthen our BioDiesel operations in this region."

About Vitusa Products, Inc

Vitusa Products and its sister companies form a diversified marketing and distribution organization, specializing in addressing the needs of its customers while working toward enhancing their business. Vitusa Products is affiliated with and acts as a marketing and distribution company for many major domestic and foreign producers. Vitusa Products' ability to buy and ship products throughout the United States and world markets assures its customers of reliable, long-term source of supply at competitive prices. This is achieved with our established warehouses, bulk storage and drumming facilities, strategically located throughout the United States, and with the added advantage of our own trucking company. Vitusa Products' commitment to quality goes back to when the company was first formed in 1981. Vitusa Products is dedicated to providing quality and service second to none. For more information, please visit http://www.vitusaproducts.com/.

About Griffin Industries

Griffin Industries collects and recycles billions of pounds of agricultural waste. Meat and poultry by-products, grocery scraps, restaurant grease, and waste from the bakery industry is reclaimed and recycled into usable, everyday products. These by-products are recycled into fats, oils, proteins, alternative fuels, leather goods, organic fertilizers and methyl esters that are synonymous with quality in the pet food, animal feed, industrial/chemical, petroleum, leather and turf industries. For more information, please visit http://www.griffinind.com/.

About Perihelion Global:

Perihelion Global focuses on the acquisition, development and management of technologies, strategic commodity reserves and assets in the energy, natural resource and communications markets. Perihelion's management team specializes in providing solutions for the strategic challenges of 21st Century. We lead with decades of experience in environments that are mission critical in today's global marketplace: Technology, Energy and Communications.

Website: http://www.perihelionglobal.com

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