BenchMark Energy Corp. Announces Approval for a Certificate of Authority To Do Business in the State of North Dakota
HOUSTON, Nov. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — BenchMark Energy Corp. (OTC: BMRK) is pleased to announce that it has applied for and been approved for a Certificate of Authority To Do Business in the state of North Dakota.
BenchMark will be using the trade name BMRK Energy Corporation for all corporate activities it undertakes in the state. In addition, BenchMark is now a licensed Contractor in the state of North Dakota. This status permits the Company to actively participate in the installation of modifications to plants and processing facilities to enable the introduction of glycerin to their energy processes.
The use of glycerin has the potential to reduce the burning of coal and other bunker fuels currently in use by 15-20%. The reduction in the use of coal as an energy source with the replacement of glycerin is anticipated to decrease the CO2 and sulphur emissions, thus, promoting a positive impact and a reversal of the amount of greenhouse gases delivered into the atmosphere.
BenchMark Energy Corporation’s mantra is green energy and the positive affects it has on the environment. For more information on Energy Partners, LLC, Glycerin, its uses and benefits, and BenchMark Energy Corporation, please see our website at http://www.benchmarkenergy.net. While the demand for glycerin has remained stable, the demand for refined glycerin, technical grade and higher, has risen. BenchMark Energy has focused its attention on distribution and refinement of glycerin in the energy and pharmaceutical industries
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SOURCE BenchMark Energy Corporation