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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.OB) Enters Research Agreement with Penn State University Professor

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

Global Resource announced this morning that it has signed an agreement with Professor Dinesh Agrawal of Pennsylvania State University to research the commercialization of its proprietary microwave technology to extract hydrocarbons from oil shale.

The Chairman of Global Resource commented, “We are looking forward to working with Professor Agrawal and Penn State on proving the commercial viability of microwave technology for extracting hydrocarbons from oil shale in a cost-effective and emissions-free process.”

“Unlike the existing technologies for extracting energy from oil shale, microwave technology uses less energy and is, therefore, more efficient. Also, due to the vacuum process, there are no CO or CO2 emissions,” he added.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Innovative Oil Recovery Technology is Key to Meet Today’s Energy Demands

Friday, November 16th, 2007

Global Resource is an oil and natural gas exploration company using proprietary technologies for reverse polymerzation and pyrolysis of materials and maximizing the output of non-producing oil wells to recover every possible ounce of production. The increasing oil prices make both major and less conventional methods for extracting oil more cost effective.

The company has a unique vision that has brought innovative technologies to petrochemical industries where it offers numerous proprietary solutions in secondary and tertiary crude oil recovery processes. The company’s patent-pending technology gives the company the exclusive right to extract remaining in-situ oil reserves from capped-off oil wells, converting shale and coal to gas or crude oil, extracting oil from drill cuttings and converting the remaining soil into clean landfill, and converting automobile tires hydrocarbons into crude oil & carbon black material.

Global Resource believes the primary element of the gas and oil exploration companies today is that the timeline from discovery to execution is shorter, while the response requirements of the petrochemical industry are to develop longer uptimes through total recovery while applying new technological methodology.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Awarded Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New” Award

Tuesday, November 13th, 2007

Global Resource announced this morning that it has been received Popular Science magazine’s “Best of What’s New” Award in the Green Tech division for developing the HAWK 10 recycler, which has the ability to produce more energy than it consumes from solid waste materials. Popular Science also named Frank Pringle, the CEO of Global Resource, an “innovator of the Year” in the Green Tech division for successfully bringing the environmentally-friendly HAWK 10 technology to the market.

Mr. Pringle stated, “We’re thankful that the editors of Popular Science chose to recognize our HAWK 10 as one of the year’s breakthrough technologies, citing its potential to help America find new sources of energy, and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. This is the latest in a string of honors we’ve received from major publications, including Time magazine, which awarded the HAWK 10 as one of the top ‘Inventions of the Year.”

The CEO also mentioned that in July of 2007, the U.S. Department of Energy profiled Global Resource and its microwave technology for oil shale recovery as a resource for making the United States energy independent. The fact that it was selected as one of only twenty seven companies, some of which are Fortune 100 enterprises, adds additional credibility to Global Resource’s capabilities for energy recovery.

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QualityStocks.net “Ones to Watch” Increase a Combined 125% Thursday Morning

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

Our “Ones to Watch” across the board have had an extremely positive day by increasing as much as 54.2% in a few hours.

Royal Quantum Group, Inc. (RYQG.OB), our “One to Watch” from last week, continued on yesterday’s 25% increase to reach $0.195 for an added 30% gain. The company is committed to creating value for its shareholders by building a portfolio of mineral properties with the objective of advancing them to profitability.

Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK), our “One to Watch” from this morning, hit $0.37 earlier today for approximately 54% gains from yesterday’s closing price. The stock is currently trading at $0.32.

China Voice Holding Corp. (CHVC.PK), our “One to Watch” from last week, continues its bullish trading by increasing an additional 10%+ from yesterday’s close. We alerted our visitors about this stock when it was trading for as little as $0.57, which totals to a gain of 119% in less than eight trading days.

Graystone Park Enterprises (GPKE.PK), our “One to Watch” from the beginning of this week, is trading 30% higher than yesterday’s closing price. A day after our alert, the company announced that is has nominated a new CEO that has extensive experience in advanced research and design, legal compliance, program management, human resources, and administration.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Shares Continue Bullish Move to Higher Prices

Monday, September 17th, 2007

Since last Thursday, share prices of GBRC.PK have rapidly up trended and are currently up 9.17% from yesterday’s close. Global Resource’s fuel extraction technology unlocks energy, in the form of oil and combustible gas, from a broad range of raw and recycled materials. The process is environmentally friendly since it produces energy without releasing harmful emissions or other by-products.

Global Resource was recently recognized by the United States Department of Energy as a company that could make hundreds of years of oil available. The company’s technology utilizes a high-frequency microwave to extract hydrocarbons (the building blocks of oil and gas) from tires, dredge, plastics, coal, oil shale, capped oil wells, tar sands, slurry oil and drill cuttings. The hydrocarbons can then be converted into clean gas or liquid diesel fuel.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Receives Regional and International Coverage from Media

Tuesday, August 21st, 2007

Global Resource announced this morning that its corporate growth and technology have been extensively highlighted over the past week in many publications, including 150 international blogs, the Philadelphia Business Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and Inside Waste in Australia featured the company.

Global Resource’s patent-pending high-frequency microwave technology has been proven in laboratory conditions to have the capability to extract a form of oil and combustible gas from a broad range of raw and recycled materials. The entire process is contained in a closed loop system which uses part of the gas generated to fuel the next round of conversion without emitting any harmful waste.

Frank Pringle, CEO of Global Resource, stated, “The media has really taken to our story because we have the potential to change the energy industry and lessen the harm energy production has on the environment. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to be featured, and this coverage has served as a great medium for educating the public on who we are and how we want to change the world.”

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.OB) Files 10QSB

Tuesday, August 14th, 2007

On September 22, 2006 the Company acquired the assets and development stage business of Carbon Recovery Corporation. Since, the Company has continued the plan of operations developed by Carbon Recovery Corporation and in effect at the time of that acquisition.

Essentially, this involves finding commercial applications for the various uses and applications of the variable microwave technology to recover hydrocarbons either from waste products (E.G., waste tires and non-metallic components of junked and wrecked vehicles) or from sources such as oil shale, oil drilling cuttings, capped wells with appropriate geological characteristics, etc.

The company also has plans to implement a strategy called dredging. Dredging of harbors and waterways creates piles of muck and debris contaminated with various wastes, including especially hydrocarbons. The Company is developing the machinery and plant required for the application of its microwave technology to the handling of such dredging sludge, removing the moisture and extracting the hydrocarbons so as to permit the residue to be put in landfills or to be used for fill purposes.

Under a plan currently under discussion, the Company would install such a plant in conjunction with the dredging operations of the Army Corps of Engineers to process the sludge as it is delivered onshore. The Company’s proposal would also construct a waste tire facility adjoining the sludge treatment plant for the purpose of recovering sufficient hydrocarbons from the tires to provide the energy to operate the sludge treatment plant. The proposed plant is expected to dispose of approximately 6,000,000 tires per year.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Introduces New Subsidiary as the Company Continues to Expand

Wednesday, August 8th, 2007

Global Resource announced that it formed a Pennsylvania based subsidiary, Pa. Energy Resources, Inc., to manage operations in the state. The company is currently pursuing projects for research, alternative energy recovery and commercial energy production in the energy-rich state of Pennsylvania, and is working towards tapping into the energy potential of coal, dredge, tire and capped oil wells

Frank Pringle, CEO of Global Resource Corp., stated, “Pennsylvania holds vast amounts of natural resources that, using our process, could be cleanly and efficiently turned into energy for the United States’ own consumption. Pennsylvania is the birthplace of our country’s independence, and the first state in the United Sates to harvest oil. The state’s energy deposits could help bring our great nation energy independence”

The company has been in discussions with state and local government officials, as well as commercial interests, to win access to the state’s energy deposits and funding. Global Resource’s patent-pending technology could dramatically change the recycling industry as it converts shale, tar sands, residual oil, coal, plastics and other resources into oil and combustible gas without releasing harmful emissions or other by-products.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Recently Recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy

Monday, August 6th, 2007

Global Resource was recognized by the United States Department of Energy in June as a company that has the potential to make hundreds of years of oil available. The company’s patent pending technology produces energy in an economical and environmentally friendly way when applied to various natural and synthetic materials.

Global Resource’s technology has been proven in laboratory conditions. The technology applies high frequency microwaves to shale, tar sands, residual oil, coal, and other resources, to heat and gasify hydrocarbons. The process is performed in a closed-loop vacuum which does not emit harmful pollutants, unlike other petroleum production processes.

The CEO of Global Resource, Frank Pringle, stated, “Billions of barrels of oil exist within our own country, and the technologies that may unlock that energy have the potential to drastically change the global energy landscape. I encourage the public to review these technologies and realize just how companies like ours may have an answer to the global energy crisis.”

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Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) Issues New Instructions for Accessing DOE Report

Thursday, July 26th, 2007

Global Resource Corporation today issued a revised set of instructions for accessing the DOE report that identifies the Company’s technology as one that may one day unlock vast amounts of energy from domestic natural resources. Investors and the public who tried to open the previous link, provided in the last press release, may have had trouble connecting to the DOE website. To access the site, follow the following instructions to access the report.

1. Access DOE report through Global Resource Corporation’s website: visit Global Resource’s homepage, http://www.globalresourcecorp.com  and click on the link to the report. The link can be found on the right side of the page.

Or

2. Click on the following link to access the report directly: http://tinyurl.com/2d5ngv

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Included in U.S. Department of Energy Report

Tuesday, July 24th, 2007

Global Resource announced that a new report, issued by the United States Department of Energy, recognized Global Resource and its patent-pending gasification technology.

The company’s technology gasifies hydrocarbons locked in oil shale, tar sands, and other natural resources. Unlike similar processes, Global Resource doesn’t emit harmful emissions or other by-products; instead outputs contain methane, diesel fuel, and heating oil in vast quantities.

DOE representatives have visited Global Resource’s process in-person at the company’s test facility in southern New Jersey. There they witnessed analyzed tests on various petrochemical byproducts.

Frank Pringle, CEO of Global Resource Corporation, stated, “Since the DOE released its report, interest in our technology has increased, and we’ve had the opportunity to showcase its capabilities to businesses leading the way in finding alternative energy solutions. We are honored to be counted among the leading petrochemical companies who are committed to solving the global energy crisis. This groups identified by the DOE are Giants in the industry, and we are honored to be mentioned with them by the DOE. It appears that our technology has started to be recognized after many years of experimentations.”

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Global Resource Corp. (GRBC.PK) Share price rises 11%

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) shares advanced 11% to close at $5.10. The share price continues to makes it’s strong bullish move, up over 400% in the last 60 days. Toda’s share increase follows yesterdays news that the company has entered a joint cooperation relationship with Ingersoll Production Systems (IPS). As a Global Resource Corp. partner, IPS will manufacture energy production systems at its Rockford, Illinois assembly plants. This partnership makes IPS the single manufacturing source for all GRC equipment, excluding its microwave components.

Global Resource Corp.’s fuel extraction technology unlocks energy, in the form of oil and combustible gas, in a broad range of raw and recycled materials. The process is environmentally friendly because it produces energy without introducing oxygen, releasing no harmful emissions or other by- products. The process uses a specific microwave frequency determined through material dielectrics to extract hydrocarbons (the building blocks of oil and gas) from tires, dredge, plastics, coal, oil shale, capped oil wells, tar sands, slurry oil and drill cuttings. The hydrocarbons are then converted into clean gas or liquid diesel fuel. This process-called “cracking the hydrocarbon chain”-is performed within a closed-loop vacuum environment in which the system uses extracted gas as fuel. This eliminates the need for additional fuel inputs and makes Global Resource Corp.’s high frequency attenuating wave kinetics (HAWK) microwave extraction entirely self- sufficient.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Enters Joint Cooperation Relationship to Meet Growing Demand

Monday, July 16th, 2007

Global Resource announced that Ingersoll Production Systems (IPS) will be manufacturing all of its equipment, excluding microwave components, as part of a new joint cooperation relationship.

Frank Pringle, CEO of Global Resource Corp, stated, “The markets for environmentally conscious energy production technology are rapidly expanding, and we can confidently meet that growth with IPS supporting us. Their world renowned manufacturing facilities will help realize the promise our technology holds.”

The initial agreement details that 20 reactors will be fabricated from August 1, 2007 to July 31, 2008; and the amount is expected to increase 20% the following year.

The company’s patent pending process eliminates recycling costs and environmental hazards by breaking down shale deposits, tar sands, waste oil streams and bituminous coal without releasing harmful emissions or other by-products.

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Global Resources Corp. (GBRC.PK) Shares steadily rise 15.81% Friday

Friday, July 13th, 2007

Shares of Global Resources Corp. (GRBC.PK) steadily rose over 15.8% during Friday’s morning trading hours. The volume traded was nearly six times the daily average, as 495,000 shares were being traded, with the average volume being only 78,443.

Global Resources Corp. was recently on the cover of Scrap Magazine. Scrap Magazine is a bi-monthly magazine covering news in the recycling industry, and featured Global Resource’s HAWK 10 and its energy conversion technology as the cover story.

Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.OB) Takes Center Stage as it Appears on Magazine Cover

Thursday, July 12th, 2007

Scrap Magazine, a bi-monthly magazine covering news in the recycling industry, featured Global Resource’s HAWK 10 and energy conversion technology in the July-August issue. In fact, Global Resource was Scrap Magazine’s cover story.

The reporter, Theodore Fischer, profiled the New Jersey-based company in an article titled “ASR Alchemy,” which described Global Resource’s innovative technology and how recyclers worldwide can use it to generate revenue from the materials they are recycling.

The company’s HAWK 10 eliminates recycling costs and environmental hazards by breaking down autofluff with its patent-pending microwave technology. The entire process takes place in a closed-loop system which uses part of the gas and oil generated to fuel the next round of material breakdown.

The CEO of Global Resource, Frank Pringle, stated, “Scrap Magazine is recognizing our process as the cutting-edge technology that will help North America, and the world, make ASR valuable. We can help recyclers like Gershow Recycling, our first customer, generate more revenue from the materials they have been paying to send to landfills.”

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Shares Escalate 14.19% Wednesday Afternoon

Wednesday, July 11th, 2007

GBRC.PK share prices have been increasing since the opening bell this morning. So far, 138.7 thousand shares have been traded which represents approximately $430,000.

The company recently announced that it received tests which prove that its energy conversion process can produce oil and vast amounts of combustible gas from recycled plastics. The CEO stated, “We have found a technology that will revolutionize the way recycling and scrap yards process materials.”

Scrappers and recyclers are now able to convert plastics and rubber into oil and combustible gas by using Global Resource’s technology. The process has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and could allow the country to rely on its own energy deposits.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Reports Plastics-To-Energy Conversion Results

Monday, July 9th, 2007

Global Resource announced that its energy conversion process has now been proven to produce oil and vast amounts of combustible gas from recycled plastics. Hawk Hogan, the chief engineer, introduced the world’s most efficient plastics-to-energy conversion process to global recycling companies at the Plastics Recycling Conference in Orlando.

The conversion machines are able to process 5-20 tons of material per hour depending on the model, and can generate up to 18 times more energy than what is used to fuel the machine. For an example, a 10 ton per hour unit operates on 950,000 btu per hour, and can generate approximately 17,300,000 btu per hour.

Frank Pringle, CEO of Global Resource Corporation, stated, “’We have found a technology that will revolutionize the way recycling and scrap yards process materials. Mr. Hogan’s presentation in Orlando opened a lot of eyes to a new technology, and we are fielding requests for more information on our technology every day from the recycling and waste communities.”

The company’s technology enables scrappers and recyclers to convert plastics and rubber into oil and combustible gas, and has the ability to reduce waste up to 65%. Their unique process is recognized by the Department of Energy as one that can potentially allow the United States to rely on its own energy deposits and eliminate the nation’s dependence on foreign oil.

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Shares of Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) Soar Monday Up 15.46%; as Company Highlights Clean Coal Gasification Process

Monday, July 2nd, 2007

Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) reports that it has commenced a second round of testing on coal using its patent pending technology.

The reason for the second round of tests is to substantiate original results. During initial testing, GRC’s lab technicians discovered only a miniscule CO or CO2 amount analyzed by their gas chromatograph/mass spectrometry equipment that was directly related to the oxygen naturally inherent to the bituminous coal samples tested.

If further testing confirms the results, GRC could very well be the first company to gasify coal without contributing a major greenhouse negative effect by not using oxygen in the gasification process.
  
The results of the first round of tests indicated that methane, other hydrocarbon gases, liquids in the diesel-heating range, and hydrogen were extracted from the bituminous coal.

After processing, what is left behind are activated carbon and coke as a residue. All of the products have real market value.

Global Resource Corp. has a patent pending process that allows for removal of oil and alternative petroleum products at very low cost from various resources, including shale deposits, tar sands, waste oil streams and bituminous coal.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Commences Second Round of Testing

Monday, July 2nd, 2007

Global Resource announced that it has begun a second round of tests on coal to substantiate the first round of testing. The lab technicians found that only a tiny amount of released CO and CO2 was directly related to oxygen. If the second round of testing confirms these results, Global Resource could be the first company to gasify coal without using oxygen in gasification process.

The first round of tests demonstrated that methane, hydrogen, hydrocarbon gases, and liquids in the diesel-heating range could be successfully extracted from bituminous coal. Activated carbon and coke was the only residue left after the gasification.

Global Resource Corporation CEO Frank Pringle commented, “The potential of this development is staggering. It could contribute to energy independence for the U.S. derived from a fuel source in its own backyard.”

The company’s Chief Engineer, Hawk Hogan, is scheduled to be interviewed by Market News First from 1:30 PM to 1:45 PM today and will outline the most recent news.

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Shares of Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Up 13.14% Thursday; as Company is Featured in Article

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) reports that New Scientist Magazine, a leading source of science and technology news, covered Global Resource Corp.’s HAWK 10 proprietary, high-frequency microwave technology (article can be found at http://tinyurl.com/2hlhsl).

Environment reporter Catherine Brahic profiled the New Jersey-based company in an article entitled, “Giant microwave turns plastic back to oil,” which explored Global Resource Corp.’s HAWK 10 alternative renewable energy system.

The HAWK 10 is the world’s first self- sufficient, environmentally friendly, fuel-generating recycler to reduce waste, cut emissions, and save energy by going green.
 
“We’re thrilled that New Scientist determined the HAWK 10 is a significant technology that needed to be profiled in their prominent publication,” says Frank Pringle, CEO of Global Resource Corp. “Our country is on the verge of an energy revolution, and technology with negligible fuel costs and zero emissions such as ours will be the critical weapon in fighting global warming and skyrocketing fuel costs.”

Global Resource Corp. has a patent pending process that allows for removal of oil and alternative petroleum products at very low cost from various resources, including shale deposits, tar sands, waste oil streams and bituminous coal with significantly greater yields and lower costs than are available utilizing existing known technologies.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Shines in a Leading Science and Technology News Magazine

Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Global Resource announced that New Scientist Magazine featured the company’s HAWK 10 proprietary technology. The Magazine’s environmental reporter, Catherine Brahic, profiled Global Resource in an article titled, “’Giant microwave turns plastic back to oil”. The HAWK 10 system is the world’s first environmentally friendly, self-sufficient, fuel-generating recycler which reduces waste, cuts emissions, and saves energy.

The HAWK 10 eliminates recycling costs and environmental hazards by breaking down autofluff with its patent-pending microwave technology. The process involves converting autofluff into 80 percent light combustible gases and 20 percent oil, then using the gas to fuel the next round of material breakdown, without emitting any harmful waste.

The CEO of Global Resource, Frank Pringle, commented, “We’re thrilled that New Scientist determined the HAWK 10 is a significant technology that needed to be profiled in their prominent publication. Our country is on the verge of an energy revolution, and technology with negligible fuel costs and zero emissions such as ours will be the critical weapon in fighting global warming and skyrocketing fuel costs.”

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Shares of Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) Soared Friday Up 16.84 %, as Company Highlighted by Department of Energy

Saturday, June 23rd, 2007

The Shares of Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) soared Friday Up 16.84 % on volume of 159k shares traded, as the Company was recently highlighted by the U.S. Department of Energy.

The Department of Energy issued a report on Wednesday, June 20, 2007, identifying 25 companies that possess unconventional fuel production technologies.

The report includes a profile on Global Resource and its energy production technologies, which can potentially unlock billions of barrels of oil from various oil shale, tar sands, coal and capped oil wells located in the USA.

Representatives from the DOE have reviewed Global Resource’s technology and process in-person at the Company’s test facility in southern New Jersey.

DOE experts witnessed tests performed in Global Resource’s emissions-free laboratory unit and analyzed tests preformed on various petro-chemical byproducts. In the process. High Frequency microwaves are applied to shale, tar sands, resid oil, coal and resources, to heat and gasify hydrocarbons.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Share Prices Increase 85% This Month

Friday, June 22nd, 2007

Investors are taking notice of Global Resource’s patent pending gasification technology which could unlock billions of barrels of energy from oil shale, tar sands, coal, capped oil wells and other natural resources.

Even the U.S. Department of Energy has acknowledged the developing company in its latest report. Representatives from the DOE reviewed Global Resource’s technology in-person at the Company’s test facility in southern New Jersey; there they witnessed tests performed on an array of petro-chemical byproducts.

The company has also captured the attention of the American Metal Market Magazine after Gershow Recycling acquired Global Resource’s revolutionary HAWK 10 system. The HAWK 10 eliminates costs and hazards by breaking down unwanted trash into combustible gases and oil.

In an earlier press release the CEO of Global Resource stated, “We expect Gershow Recycling to capture a full return on their investment within one year of use, thanks to HAWK 10’s incredible efficiency, and its ability to lower expenses and recover profit. We’re on the cusp of an energy revolution in our country, and alternative energy technology such as ours offers a clear way to cheaper, cleaner fuel, and higher profits.”

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Shares of Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) Rose Sharply Wednesday Up 12.41%, as Company Named in DOE Report

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

Global Resource Corporation (GBRC.PK) reports that the Company was recognized by the United States Department of Energy, as a company that may one day unlock billions of barrels of energy from domestic United States deposits.

Patent pending gasification technology, developed by engineers at Global Resource, is applied to various materials to unlock energy in the form of oil and gas, and this technology, when commercialized, may succeed in satisfying domestic energy consumption.
 
The Department of Energy issued a report on Wednesday, June 20, 2007, identifying 25 companies that possess unconventional fuel production technologies.

 The report includes a profile on Global Resource and its energy production technologies, which can potentially unlock billions of barrels of oil from various oil shale, tar sands, coal and capped oil wells located in the USA.

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Global Resource Corp. (GBRC.PK) Recognized as a Possible Answer to U.S. Energy Independence by the U.S. Department of Energy

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

Global Resource is pleased to announce that the U.S. Department of Energy recognizes Global Resource as having the potential to unlock billions of barrels of energy from deposits found in the United States. The company’s patent pending invention has the ability to convert various materials into oil and gas.

The CEO of Global Resource Corporation, Frank Pringle, commented, “Our technology may one day allow the United States to rely on its own resources for the country’s energy needs, and this report is a testament to the potential our process holds. The experts at the DOE see value in our system, and we are honored to be counted among the giants of the petro-chemical industry as a company that may one day help solve the global energy crisis.”

The technology gasifies hydrocarbons found in oil shale, tar sands, coal, capped oil wells and other natural resources, but unlike similar processes, Global Resource substantially reduces the carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide emissions. Because the entire process is performed in a closed-loop vacuum, harmful pollutants are eliminated.

The company’s technology has been proven to work in laboratory conditions and is designed to be cost and energy efficient. Representatives from major energy companies and emerging energy sectors have displayed interest in Global Resource by visiting multiple times.

Global Resource’s technology is expected to produce oil and gases with minimal refining, energy input, or cost after being commercialized and built on a larger scale.

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