TexCom Biodiesel Plant Completes $19.2 Million Debt Facility

Dec 06, 2006, 00:00 ET from TexCom, Inc.

    HOUSTON, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- TexCom, Inc. (OTC Pink
 Sheets: TEXC) and Houston Biodiesel, LLC today announced that Houston
 Biodiesel, a subsidiary of TexCom, Inc., has closed on Senior Debt of $14.2
 Million and a Revolving Credit Facility of $5 Million from Stearns Bank
 National Association of St. Cloud, Minnesota for construction and operation
 of a 35 million gallon per year biodiesel plant to be built at Seabrook,
     The credit facility will complement previously announced project equity
 commitments of $10.6 Million from U.S. Renewable Group and $3.5 million
 from TexCom, Inc. TexCom will also act as the Asset Manager for the
     The biodiesel production facility will be constructed at the LBC
 Houston terminal located at Seabrook on the Houston Ship Channel with
 transportation capabilities via water, rail and truck. The unit is being
 designed and constructed by Lurgi PSI, Inc. under a lump sum, turnkey
 contract already executed. Final engineering and procurement activities are
 in progress, with onsite construction to begin in 1st Quarter 2007. Lou
 Ross, CEO of TexCom, stated, "This debt facility with Stearns Bank
 completes the financing commitments for the Houston Biodiesel, LLC plant.
 With Lurgi's work now in progress, we anticipate that the plant will be in
 startup by this time next year."
     About TexCom, Inc.
     Headquartered in Houston, Texas, TexCom, Inc. is pursuing expansion in
 biodiesel production and certain energy related businesses and developing
 them to their logical and full commercial potential. For more information,
 please visit the company Web site at http://www.texcomresources.com .
     About Stearns Bank
     Stearns Bank N.A. is a commercial bank providing financing for projects
 of all kinds across the nation. Stearns Bank is an independently owned $1.5
 billion Member FDIC bank with its roots in Central Minnesota. For the past
 20 years, Stearns Bank has built a reputation nationwide on providing
 financing for ethanol, manufacturing and industrial, medical clinics,
 affordable housing and franchises including hotels.
     The bank's majority owner and CEO, Norman C. Skalicky, built a culture
 getting the job done. He leads the charge as employee owners, through an
 Employee Stock Ownership Plan, consistently achieve national performance
 rankings. Skalicky attributes the bank's success to finding needs and
 filling them:
     "We put our resources to work making a difference, creating solutions
 -- in this case a solution for renewable sources of energy. We are proud of
 our association with the TexCom, Inc. project." To learn more, please visit
 http://www.stearns-bank.com .
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      Brad Barker of TexCom, Inc., +1-713-914-9193
      Darren Bankston/Keith Fetter
      Piedmont Investor Relations
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