Global Clean Energy Holdings, Inc. is an integrated agricultural-energy biofuels company that holds assets across feedstocks and plant genetics, agronomics, cultivation, and regulatory approvals, commercialization, and downstream biorefining and storage. The Company is focused on the development and refining of nonfood-based bio-feedstocks and has an investment in several varieties of Camelina sativa, a low input and ultra-low-carbon intensity crop used as a feedstock for renewable fuels. The Company's product includes Renewable Diesel, Biofuels Oil Feedstock and Camelina sativa. Renewable diesel is made from the same feedstocks as biodiesel. The feedstock oil needed to produce renewable jet, biodiesel, renewable diesel and hydrotreated vegetable oil supplied from edible seed oils, including soy, canola, sunflower and palm. Camelina plants are heavily branched, growing from one to three feet tall and have branched stems that become woody as they mature.