Save Nature, Fuel Life.

Trees & Water at Risk.
Energy Running Out.
USA BioEnergy uses its patented state-of-the-art, near-zero emission, carbon-based “wood waste” biomass-to-fuels technology for the Prosperity Renewable Project in Arkansas.  The technology has a highly efficient back-end patented gas-to-liquid (“GTL”) conversion system. It generates a near-zero sulfur drop in premium ASTM D975 diesel fuel or commercial and military grade jet fuel equivalent at a production cost that is either equal or below petroleum diesel and biodiesel fuels.
Protect Forests.
Convert Waste.
Make Energy.
USA BioEnergy is a multidisciplinary company integrating real estate development, renewable energy technologies and capital structure. Specifically, the company develops sustainable energy projects in the fields of biomass to fuel, municipal solid waste to fuel, biomass to electricity and anaerobic digestion to biogas. The company helps the environment by using waste products to reduce massive forest fires via forest thinning and by keeping waste out of our landfills by producing renewable clean burning transportation fuels or renewable electricity.
Nicholas B Andrews, CCIM

Nicholas B Andrews, CCIM

CEO, Founder

Having an extensive background as an entrepreneurial real estate executive with 22+ years of experience as well as over 27 years of senior level experience managing corporate growth, customization, and implementation related to financing, asset management, development, and divestiture strategies.

He is a proven leader with business management skills that include financial analysis, market analysis, investment analysis, and user decision analysis. He is a creative visionary with an inherent ability to bring new perspectives into the conversation as well as to sell, implement, and initiate new ideas, with a proficiency in business negotiations.

Mr. Andrews is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), which only 6% of commercial real estate practitioners achieve worldwide and he has owned his own real estate brokerage in Scottsdale, Arizona since 1999.

He also participates in many charities as well community services and is the founder of the Passing the Hat for Charity.

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