Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Webinar Tomorrow 23rd February 2011

Tomorrows webinar in our regular webinar series is

"Grow your Own Green Oilfield"

This webinar details our Renewable Energy Farm Project in the Southern Zone Costa Rica.

This opportunity combines land, development use and jatropha (biofuels) growing on your land to created a multifaceted investment opportunity.

The renewable Energy Farm combines regular income (biofuels) with capital apprecation (land prices)

To read more and register use the link below:

Monday, February 21, 2011

Now you can own a Green Oilfield

Our webinar series continues with our next webinar scheduled for Thursday the 24th of February at 1pm Eastern.

Title: Now you can own a Green Oilfield

Date: 24th February

Time: 1:00pm Eastern USA time (6:00pm UK)

Content: An introduction to the Renewable Energy Farm Concept which combines biofules and development land in the Southern Zone Costa Rica

Register or read more at this link

Liberia Airport breaks record for Tourist arrivals in January

Liberia International Airport recorded the highest ever numbre of monthly arrivals in its history in January of this year with 21,637 visitors (a 28% increase on the same month last year)

The number of international flights landing has increased by 14% in the same period.

These huge increases are as a direct result of the ongoing marketing of Guanacaste and what it has to offer.

To read the full story on Inside Costa Rica click here

Monday, February 7, 2011

Costa Rica to introduce Free Wireless Internet for all

Costa Rica plans to introduce free wireless internet access for everyone as a part of the National Development Plan 2011-2014.

This will greatly benefit not only the citizens of Costa Rica but also tourists and visitors as well, allowing everyone to connect to the internet for free.

This is just part of the National Development plan which prioritizes improvements in science and technology.

To dead more about this on the Costa Rica Pages click here

Intel Opens New IDC in Costa Rica

Laura Chinchilla the Costa Rican President, officiated at the ribbon cutting ceremony inaugurating Intel's new Engineering Development Center (IDC).

The U.S. multinational has invested us$8 million dollars in the centre that will create 300 engineering and technician jobs, at its plane located in Belén, minutes from the San José airport.

The IDC is responsible for designing, developing, testing and validation of software and hardware which will have applications in fields such as medicine, science and entertainment.

The Costa Rican IDC professionals have participated in the development of the Sandy Bridge technology, the codename for the processor microarchitecture developed by Intel.

During the ceremony, Michael Forrest, general manager of Intel in Costa Rica, the centre is of vital importance to the corporation.

"We have some of the brightest minds in the world", said Forrest.

For her part, Chinchilla thanked and congratulated Inter for developing the operation in Costa rica

"Intels contribution to the human heritage of Costa Rica has been invaluable over the years, promoting training programs for teachers, strengthening our science fairs, donating equipment to educational institutions and strengthening the development curriculum in the areas of engineering. I wish to reiterate my appreciation for assessing the human potential of our country, confidence is a challenge that drives us to keep working with determination and zeal for economic development based on innovation", said Chinchilla.

To read the full story on Inside Costa Rica click here

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Webinar Thursday 10th February

Our next webinar is on Thursday 10th February at 1pm Eastern.

It will cover our Southern Zone, Renewable Energy Farm opportunity:

Attend and find out lots more about

  • The Opportunity
  • Jatropha, Macauba and Biofuels
  • The Southern Zone
  • United Biofuels of America
  • Much more
To read more and register just click here