TexCom Signs EPC Contract and Begins Biodiesel Plant Construction Process

Oct 30, 2006, 00:00 ET from TexCom, Inc.

    HOUSTON, Oct. 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- TexCom, Inc. (OTC
 Pinksheets: TEXC) announced today that it has executed its Engineering,
 Procurement & Construction contract with Lurgi PSI to build a 35 million
 gallon per year Biodiesel Plant for TexCom subsidiary Houston Biodiesel,
 LLC, in Seabrook, Texas.
     Lurgi will initiate construction process steps immediately, including
 final engineering and procurement activities.
     TexCom anticipates that a formal groundbreaking ceremony will be set
 within 30 days.
     The Seabrook plant, located at the LBC Houston, LP terminal, includes
 the capability to store conventional petroleum diesel, allowing TexCom to
 blend and market B20 and other biodiesel blends as well as B100. Refined
 vegetable oil feedstock will be brought in via barge or rail to the site,
 located on the Houston Ship Channel, to produce the renewable fuel.
     This facility is the first of several Biodiesel production sites that
 TexCom currently plans to build and operate in the south central United
 States. Lurgi PSI, based in Memphis, Tennessee, is recognized as a
 worldwide leader in the design and construction of Biodiesel facilities,
 having completed numerous facilities in Europe and recently a plant in Iowa
 similar in size to the Houston Biodiesel plant.
     Louis Ross, C.E.O. of TexCom stated, "Executing this EPC contract
 cements certain critical elements of plant construction for us including
 completion dates and guaranteed performance statistics for the plant. We
 will now move forward to tie down additional operational metrics including
 contracts for raw materials and finished goods. Additionally, we have
 completed an involved pre-finance underwriting and contracting process that
 we expect will allow TexCom to proceed more quickly for development of our
 subsequent biodiesel projects at other sites."
     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 or call
 713-914-9193 for Bill Pettinati.
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