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BioNitrogen’s CEO will give keynote at conference

Mar. 6, 2012, Miami, FL - BioNitrogen Corp., a developer of revolutionary patent-pending technology for converting renewable and abundant biomass waste into high-nitrogen urea and urea fertilizer, has announced that the Company's top executive will participate as a keynote speaker at the Biomass Transformation Conference near Paris, France.

The conference will be hosted by the Universite Technologique de Compiegne and Pole de Competitivite Mondiale Agro-Ressources; the conference will be chaired by Dr. Daniel Thomas.

The conference begins March 12th, 2012 14h 00 at the Research Center (Council Chamber), University of Technology of Compiegne.

Pole de Competitivite Mondiale Agro-Ressources' mission is to be the benchmark for European industrial valuations of agricultural resources by 2015. The competitiveness cluster "Industries and Agro-Resources or IAR" is intended to bring together stakeholders in research, teaching and industry Champagne-Ardenne and Picardy around a common axis: the valuations of non-food plants.

The IAR Cluster has identified four strategic areas of action grouped under the bio-refinery concept. These strategic issues are at the heart of current and future development: sustainable increase in commodity prices and non-renewable energy, international competitiveness, sustainable technology development, environmental protection, health and consumer safety.

The purpose and strategy of the Industries and Agro-resources Conference is to bring together the skills and technologies of extraction, processing and formulation of biomass components. The conference will discuss emerging technologies introducing the many steps from the laboratory to real sustainable industrial development as part of innovation devoted to bioenergy, agrimaterials, biomolecules, and other plant ingredients.

Professor Daniel Thomas will address the conference at 14h 15 with a presentation on the overall activities of "Industries and Agro-resources" and the group's goal to finance Research and Development Projects for up to 1 billion euros over the next five years.

The keynote address "Bionitrogen Corp.: Converting biomass to urea" by Dr. Terry R. Collins President - CEO will begin at 15h 30.

The seminar by Dr. Collins will be followed by:

- Dr. Jacky Van de Putte, Director IAR

- Jean-Charles Delebecque, Special Adviser to the Regional Agency Agribusiness Innovation, Picardy

- Dr. Stephane Octave, UTC Relationships - IAR

- Sylvie Ciocci, Director of Innovation, Metropolitan Region of Compiegne

Currently registered attendees and industrial members of IAR include Tereos, Roquette, Champagne-Cereals-Ard, Cristal Union, Bellows, Soufflet, Sofiproteol to name a few, whose combined revenues represent up to 25 billion euro. For further information visit www.utc.fr and http://www.iar-pole.com/fr/index02.php. To attend the conference please contact Nina Quelenis at quelenis@iar-pole.com or telephone 03 23 23 25 25.

"The Conference is absolutely perfect for us." states Dr. Terry R. Collins, BioNitrogen's CEO. "Since our Company possesses innovative, patent-pending technologies to transform residual agricultural waste and other biomass materials into high-quality bulk urea, we're excited to participate and introduce our state-of-the-art plant design and technology. We're extremely honoured to be a part of this conference as Dr. Thomas is inviting some of the top Professors, Politicians, Senators, Investors and Business people from around the world. Each attendee has a strong interest in Biomass Transformation, Energy Production, Environmental Impact and Fertilizer Production. I am looking forward to meeting delegates from the European Common and invite anyone to contact me in advance if there is something specific you would like to talk about or discuss business opportunities."

About BioNitrogen Corp.

BioNitrogen is an entrepreneurial, American company that has been established to design and to build fully operational, turnkey manufacturing facilities to produce urea. BioNitrogen is undertaking these efforts in response to the challenges presented by an ever expanding world population, a rapidly increased need for food production, and an awareness of the fragility of the world's environment. Given all these challenges and the promise that the Company's products possess to effectively respond to these challenges, the Company believes that it is positioned at the right place and time. BioNitrogen's modular plant designs are capable of manufacturing 15 tons of urea fertilizer per hour for a total annual production of approximately 124,200 tons per plant.

BioNitrogen is headquartered in Miami, Florida, USA and trades on the over-the-counter pink current information tier under the stock symbol BION. Learn more at http://www.BioNitrogen.com/Invest_Today/.

Additional information can be found on BioNitrogen's website at www.BioNitrogen.com and an executive corporate summary video can be viewed here, http://www.BioNitrogen.com/slides/bionitrogen-video/.