Report funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and the World Bank along with several other international organizations.
Department of Energy study showing that high octane fuels (E25-E40) offer significant benefits to the US, including reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and increased acceleration.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Aemetis Inc.’s stock symbol?
Our stock is traded on the NASDAQ, under the symbol AMTX.
How can I buy Aemetis common shares?
Through a licensed stock broker or by using an online trading account.
How do I change the address on my shareholder account?
Through your brokerage account or by contacting our transfer agent.
How many shares are outstanding in Aemetis?
As of December 31, 2015 there were approximately 20 million shares outstanding.
How many Aemetis shares are held by insiders?
How long has Aemetis been in operations and what year was it incorporated?
Aemetis has been in operation since 2006 and was incorporated that same year in the State of Nevada.
When did Aemetis become a public company?
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