Better Biodiesel, Inc. Makes First Commercial Shipment of ASTM-D6751 Standard Bio-diesel Fuel to Heavy Trucking Hauler, Christensen Brothers of Spanish Fork, Utah

Better Biodiesel, Inc. Makes First Commercial Shipment of ASTM-D6751 Standard Bio-diesel Fuel to Heavy Trucking Hauler, Christensen Brothers of Spanish Fork, Utah

Better Biodiesel, Inc. , a producer of biodiesel fuel using its proprietary biodiesel manufacturing technology, today announced that it has made its first commercial shipment of ASTM-D6751-standard biodiesel fuel to heavy hauling trucker Christensen Brothers of Spanish Fork, Utah.

“Christensen Brothers is pleased with the performance and attributes of the Company’s fuel including its potential to lower maintenance costs and enhance the longevity of its engines and equipment,” said Lew Christensen, Chief Executive Officer of Christensen Brothers. “We are excited about the renewable energy characteristics and lower emissions associated with biodiesel fuel and the prospect of helping to reduce dependence on petroleum-based fuel in the United States.”

“This marks Better Biodiesel’s first association with a heavy hauling trucking company. We look forward to establishing a lasting commercial relationship with Christensen Brothers,” said Ron Crafts, Chairman and CEO for the Company. “Better Biodiesel’s philosophy is to become the most profitable biodiesel fuel producer with the lowest environmental impact. By offering customers like Christensen Brothers the highest quality and consistency of biodiesel fuel, we believe our customers will reduce their transportation costs and increase the prolonged existence of their equipment. Coupled with the byproduct of decreasing foreign oil dependency, we believe that Better Biodiesel is positioned to become a significant part of the answer to our alternative fuel demands in the foreseeable future.”

About Better Biodiesel

Better Biodiesel has developed proprietary waterless technology that significantly reduces the costs of biodiesel production and its impact on the environment. A key environmental distinction in the Company’s production method is the absence of any caustic chemicals in the catalytic reaction process, which enables the Company to eliminate the washing and evaporation steps necessary under customary biodiesel production processes. This proprietary technology speeds up the production timeline, increases the volume of fuel that can be made within a given time period, and reduces the amount of land needed for the production plant. The Company’s initial plant is producing approximately three million gallons per year and has a total footprint of less than 160 square feet. By contrast, several acres are required for a conventional biodiesel facility of the same production capacity. Better Biodiesel’s initial estimates indicate that it can achieve a twenty percent reduction in the cost of producing biodiesel fuel and a forty percent reduction in the cost of building its biodiesel plants as compared with conventional production methods and facilities.

The Company believes that it can take advantage of these efficiencies and plans to increase its current capacity ten-fold by late spring and potentially reach 100 million gallons of production capacity by year end 2007. The Company’s objective is to become one of the world’s largest producers of biodiesel (

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Forward-Looking Statements

This news release includes forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. While these statements are made to convey to the public the Company’s progress, business opportunities and growth prospects, readers are cautioned that such forward-looking statements represent management’s opinion. Whereas management believes such representations to be true and accurate based on information and data available to the company at this time, actual results may differ materially from those described. Additional factors that could materially affect these forward-looking statements and/or predictions include, among other things: (1) our ability to manage the future acquisitions and the expansion of operations; (2) our ability to obtain contracts with suppliers of raw materials (for our production of biodiesel fuel) and with distributors of our biodiesel fuel product; (3) the risks inherent in the mutual performance such supplier and distributor contracts (including our production performance); and (4) our ability to raise necessary financing to execute the Company’s business plans.

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