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AEMETIS: Buy The DIP! Short Volume Ratio: 25% (26 Jan)! Here The Next Short Squeeze

Jan. 28, 2021 11:51 AM ETAemetis, Inc. (AMTX), GEVOAMRSQ, ALTO, CVX
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  • AEMETIS could increase EBITDA +30Mln and Share price $30!
  • Investors didn’t do the math behind two announcemen reported below.
  • $18 million x year of previously announced energy efficiency projects.

AEMETIS could increase EBITDA +30Mln and Share price $30!Investors didn’t do the math behind those two announcement considering also that when GEVO (NASDAQ:GEVO) announced the NET-ZERO 1 Project and its capitalization increase to $1.6Bln and Renewable Energy (NASDAQ: REGI) market cap is $3.6 Bln

Aemetis, Inc. | Aemetis "Carbon Zero" Solar Energy and Energy Efficiency Upgrades Supported by $16.8 million of California CEC and Utility Grants

Aemetis, Inc. | Aemetis "Carbon Zero" Plants Designed to Produce Renewable Jet Fuel Utilizing Renewable Hydrogen and Non-Edible Vegetable Oils

Mln gallons x year * % production65 mgy * 10% = 6.5 mgy


Cost savings on feedstock = 90%

6.5 mgy * $1.50 x gallon feedstock savings = $9.75 Mln savings x year


Production under “Carbon Zero” * increase of value x 1 gallon

6.5 mgy * $3.00 per gallon increase in ethanol value = +$19.5 Mln EBITDA

Total annual EBITDA from using 10% of production “Carbon Zero”:

Cost savings + increase of Revenue

$9.75Mln + $19.5Mln = $29.25

Consider also:

1) $18 million x year of previously announced energy efficiency projects.

2) the math above is for 10% production of “Carbon Zero”

10% = $29.25 Mln + $18 Mln = +$47.25 Mln EBITDA

The 10% feedstock could be also a prudent estimate. More you replace, more cash flows you get

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