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Sarment C5H8 Bio Mills / Biotechnology Communities
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Table of Contents

Executive Summary 
Highlights Sarment Network aims to dominate a new business sector – Rubber Plantation Biomass, and modernize Rubberwood Milling. There is no impact on the existing Latex industry. The focus is on converting biomass into commercial products. Rubber seeds and cover crops can be harvested throughout the life of the plantation. When the trees are no longer able to be tapped for latex they are replaced – approximately every 25 years. At replanting it is possible to harvest the foliage, branches, trunk, conical tap root, and lateral roots and process this Rubber Plantation Biomass into Biofuels and other products. It would require 804 Sarment C5H8 Bio Mill / Biotechnology Communities to handle the resource in SE Asia over 25 years. Then after 25 years the next replanting is due - a circular economy.  
Sarment C 5 H 8 Bio Mill
Rubber Biomass Capacity               200,000  tonne Rubber Biomass per hectare                       455  tonne Rubberwood Lumber                 34,286  17% Bark & milling wastes                 58,022  29% Branches                 58,901  29% Tap Root                 35,604  18% Foliage                 13,187  7% Total               200,000  100%

Project Development  In Production
 Objectives Establish Sarment Network by January 2018 so that it can coordinate the construction of the first Sarment C 5 H 8 Bio Mill. Sarment Network to generate a complete set of business plans (including financial projections) and engage with potential shareholders and explore finance options by March. Co-ordinate the construction of the Sarment C 5 H 8 Bio Mill as a turnkey unit ready to commence processing in January 2019.  
Mission Statement Sarment Network plans to use the power of the sun, the thrust of the winds, the desalination of seawater to both grow plants, harvest them, and process into food, biofuels, building products… 
Where necessary part of the biofuels produced will generate electricity. This electricity then desalinates seawater for water to grow more crops. This is the overriding philosophy to be applied to all Sarment Network projects. Deserts can be turned into fully sustainable Horticultural Communities. 
In the case of Rubber Plantations, they already have the biomass, and this will lead to producing biofuels, electricity and water for either sale or to be used in other biotechnology projects or simply used to operate the Rubberwood Mill. 
A circular economy is created with products from Sarment
C 5 H 8 Bio Mill flowing back to the Rubber
Plantations to make them more viable. 
Keys to Success Having access to the ‘intellectual property’ of Binding Twine. 
The Sarment Process is essential in the production of biofuels and animal feed, and extracts valuable commodities such as protein. At the end of the Sarment Process the cellulose/hemicellulose is dry and ready for Rapid Thermal Processing. RTP yields RTP Green Fuel and Biochar. The moisture removed by the Sarment Process can be recovered as potable water.  
Binding Twine has designed a wide-ranging number of devices that will desalinate seawater, e.g. Double Dome Solar Distillation Salt Gradient Ponds.  

Description of Business
Sarment Network is to be involved in Project Management and ongoing Business Services. 
Sarment Network will by all means possible protect the intellectual property of Binding Twine. The continuing 20% equity in each of the Sarment Network Projects will assist in keeping our innovative technology available only to shareholders in our ventures.
The core divisions of Sarment Network are…
• Project Management • Financial Management • Property Development • Legal and Community Liaison • Product Development &Marketing
Company Ownership/Legal Entity Sarment Network / Binding Twine, will take on advice from the Board of Investment with the intent of being based in Thailand. From the information available, it would be Sarment Network Limited, a closely held company under the governorship of the Civil and Commercial Code. There should be no consideration to becoming a Public Company
Limited Companies There are two types of limited companies, i.e., private or closely held companies, and public companies. The first is governed by the Civil and Commercial Code, the second by the Public Company Act.
Private Limited Companies in Thailand have basic characteristics like those of Western corporations. A private limited company is formed through a process which leads to the registration of a Memorandum of Association (Articles of Incorporation) and Articles of Association (By-laws), as its constitutive documents.
Shareholders enjoy limited liability, i.e., limited to the remaining unpaid amount, if any, of the par values of their shares. The liability of the directors, however, may be unlimited if so provided in the company’s memorandum of association or the articles of incorporation. The limited company is managed by a board of directors according to the company’s charter and by-laws.
All shares must be subscribed to, and at least 25 percent of the subscribed shares must be paid up. Both common and preferred shares of stock may be issued, but all shares must have voting rights. Thai law prohibits the issuance of shares with no par value. It also stipulates that only shares with par value of five baht or above may be issued. Treasury shares are prohibited.
A minimum of seven shareholders is required at all times. A private limited company may be wholly owned by aliens. However, in those activities reserved for Thai nationals, aliens’ participation is generally allowed up to a maximum of 49 percent.
The registration fee for a private limited company is 5,500 baht per million baht of capital. 

Location This cannot be defined without consideration to possible investors into Sarment Network. For instance, if we can broker a relationship with Mitsui, they then may be able to provide office space for our 5-member team. In that situation Mitsui would be on hand to offer assistance from logistics through to marketing of biofuels.
Other alternatives exist, one might be the Thailand Science Park. I do not foresee any immediate link to setting up the first Sarment C 5 H 8 Bio Mill as Binding Twine provides the technical processes and the companies that provide the components for the Sarment Technology. 




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