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GeoBio Energy, Inc. Announces New Data Reporting Device for Gas Utility Industry: the maxiDataComm

SEATTLE, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GeoBio Energy, Inc., a Colorado corporation (OTCBB:GBOE) ("GeoBio"), announced today that its' wholly-owned subsidiary El Gas North America, LLC, a Washington limited liability company ("El Gas NA") has received UL approval for a new data reporting device known as the maxiDataComm.  GeoBio believes the maxiDataComm will provide great value to the gas utility industry in North America. 

Mark Cangany, President of El Gas NA explained, "Our new product offers the most robust and flexible data reporting technology on the market today. The oil and gas services industry is in need of technology and equipment upgrades; utilities are being pressured to replace old, mechanical, circular chart recorders with new "real time" data reporting devices, such as the maxiDataComm. Our product represents a significant upgrade from other data instruments that are currently available on the market."

The maxiDataComm is a battery powered data reporting device with an integrated GSM/GPRS modem, which is optionally supplied from an external power supply. The maxiDataComm is designed with a single or dual channel for installation in hazardous areas. Due to the large variability of expansion boards, which can be optionally installed inside housing, the maxiDataComm offers a complete solution for telemetric data collection. The maxiDataComm uses secure sealed switches (located inside the device) to prevent unauthorized configuration changes and the collection of unauthorized data from the device.  Additionally, the device allows for the activation of a sophisticated system of passwords for extra security.  The device is also equipped with a six-button keyboard and backlit graphic LCD display. This allows users to easily check instant values, device parameters or archives from the device.

Mr. Cangany added, "Some of the key benefits of the maxiDataComm include compatibility to use and install in hazardous area (zones 1 and 2), battery lifetime of more than 5 years, capability to connect up to three sensors (pressure, temperature), working temperature of 25°C to +70°C and the ability to connect a second data reporting device as a subsystem

The UL approved devices are available for sale from El Gas NA. For more information regarding the maxiDataComm and other monitoring equipment from El Gas NA, please contact sales@elgasna.com

About GeoBio Energy, Inc.:

GeoBio Energy's business model emphasizes the development, acquisition and operation of existing companies in the oil and gas services and energy related products industry. As oil and gas exploration continues in the face of ever rising demand, facilitating delivery of oil and gas, monitoring and maintaining drilling sites to obtaining peak efficiency and production from existing, new and aging wells becomes increasingly important. GeoBio believes this to be a significant growth opportunity in its strategy to combine and consolidate companies in the oil and natural gas services sector. GeoBio's subsidiary, El Gas North America, LLC, has an exclusive license to sell Czech Republic based ELGas s.r.o.'s natural gas electronic volume corrector (EVC) and electronic data recorder (EDR) products in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, which products provide for the efficient monitoring and delivery of natural gas to consumers. For more information, please visit GeoBio's web site: www.geobioinc.com

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SOURCE GeoBio Energy, Inc.

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