Mission NewEnergy Limited Announces Asia's First Fully Integrated Sustainability & Carbon Certified Palm Biodiesel Supply Chain

By Multi-media Enterprises, PRNE
Monday, March 14, 2011

WASHINGTON, March 15, 2011 - Multi-Media Enterprises is reporting that Mission NewEnergy Limited has
announced the establishment of Asia's first fully integrated Sustainability &
Carbon Certified palm biodiesel supply chain. The announcement was made in
Australia in the following news release:

Mission NewEnergy Limited (ASX: MBT), a global leader in providing energy
from renewable origins, is pleased to announce that Mission and Felda Global
Group have entered into a long term supply agreement establishing Asia's
first fully integrated ISCC (International Sustainability & Carbon
Certification System) certified palm biodiesel supply and production chain.

Felda Global Group, one of the world's largest (Malaysian) palm oil
producers, in collaboration with Mission, recently completed ISCC
certification of two of its mills and eight plantations in Peninsular
Malaysia. Mission's 100,000 tpa plant in Kuantan was the first biodiesel
facility outside Europe to gain full ISCC certification.

Under the arrangement, Mission and Felda Global Group will work together
to extend the certification program to additional Felda mills and
plantations, further expanding the available supply of ISCC certified
biodiesel through Mission's refineries.

"Mission and Felda's certification constitute full supply chain carbon
emissions reporting to demonstrate compliance with German and European GHG
savings targets", said Nathan Mahalingam Group CEO of Mission.

In a recent press release by Felda Global Group, its Group President
Dato' Sabri Ahmad, said: "The certification underscores Felda's
sustainability practices. Given that the Felda Global Group is pushing ahead
aggressively into biofuels, the ISCC provides the Group with the edge to
compete in the international market. Apart from meeting many requirements for
Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certification, the ISCC
certification also complies with the European Union's Renewable Energy
Directive (RED)."

Currently, ISCC is required for companies wanting to supply biofuel or
bioliquid in Germany, which provides subsidies, tax exemptions and other
privileges to biofuel users. It was written into law in Germany in November

"The Renewable Energy Directive requires a minimum of 35% saving in
greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the use of biofuels and bioliquids to
qualify for the subsidies and other privileges. Using our Crude Palm Oil to
produce biofuel will result in GHG savings of 47% and 41%, respectively.

"The ISCC programme will be carried out at other Felda plantations and
mills soon. The certification is important to Felda Global Group as it has
identified renewable energy as a new focus area to enhance revenue by
monetising by-products from palm oil" said Dato' Sabri.

Ariel Weeks, +1-310-432-6357, Ariel.Weeks at smaglobal.com

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