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Diamond I’s US-BX Garners Press Coverage, Support from Industry Veterans

July 17th, 2008

Online Biofuels Exchange Set to Prove “If the Industry Needs It, It Will
Take Off”

Baton Rouge – July 17, 2008 — Diamond I, Inc. (DMOI), a reporting company trading on
the OTCBB that is to change its name to “US BioFuels Exchange, Inc.”,
advised today that its online biofuels exchange, USBiofuelsExhange.com
(the “US-BX”), was featured in an article in the July 10, 2008, edition
of the “Platts Oilgram News”. In the article, a spokesman for the
ethanol lobbyist Renewable Fuels Association stated that “if the
[ethanol] industry needs it [the US-BX], it will take off”.

“Based on our monetary support from petroleum and biofuels marketing
veterans and petroleum and biofuels marketing companies, it sure seems
that the biofuels industry is saying in a loud voice, ‘we need US-BX,
now’,” said Tom Gray, DMOI’s newest director. “With our recent first
round of funding, the US-BX is close to being reality and we are anxious
to announce the first trade.”

The US-BX also advised that its Pre-Registration continues at:
www.usbiofuelsexchange.com/preregistration.htm

More about the US-BX:

The US-BX, the vision of DMOI’s newest director, Tom Gray, brings to the
chaotic biofuels marketplace an orderly and efficient matching of
producers and other sellers with buyers, using the Internet, in a manner
similar to the model currently employed by eBay.com. It is intended that
the US-BX will charge a fee on every transaction between sellers and
buyers. The US-BX expects that it will, in the long-term, assist in
bringing market order to a large, fast-growing and chaotic marketplace,
by offering a venue that will facilitate national pricing, among other
things, for biofuels and biofuel products. The US-BX will be dynamic.
Biofuels producers and other sellers will be able to update, in real
time, their available quantities, as well as pricing, as often as desired.

www.USBiofuelsExchange.com
www.US-BX.com

About Diamond I, Inc.

The establishment of USBiofuelsExchange.com represents DMOI’s initial
step in diversifying its business interests.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute
forward-looking statements, including the company’s ability to enter
successfully the alternative fuel industry and to expand its
Internet-based business. These statements are based on current
expectations and assumptions and involve a number of uncertainties and
risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
currently expected. For additional information about Diamond I’s future
business and financial results, refer to Diamond I’s Annual Report on
Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2007. Diamond I undertakes
no obligation to update any forward-looking statements that may be made
from time to time by or on behalf of the company, whether as a result of
new information, future events or otherwise.

Contact:

[email protected]

For Media Contact:

James Kaufman

888-541-5874 ext 87

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Diamond I Secures First Funding for its US-BX

July 10th, 2008

USBiofuelsExchange.com Obtains Capital from Petroleum Marketing Veterans

Baton Rouge – July 10, 2008 — Diamond I, Inc. (DMOI), a reporting company trading on
the OTCBB that is to change its name to “US BioFuels Exchange, Inc.”,
announced today that it has obtained the first round of funding for its
online biofuels exchange, USBiofuelsExhange.com (the “US-BX”). This
first funding was obtained from a group of investors, including
petroleum and biofuels marketing veterans and petroleum and biofuels
marketing companies. This funding assures the launch of the US-BX.

“This type of industry support certainly bolsters our belief that the
time for the US-BX is now,” said Tom Gray, DMOI’s newest director. “We
are excited with the building momentum and look forward to announcing
more developments in this important project.”

The US-BX also advised that its Pre-Registration continues at:
www.usbiofuelsexchange.com/preregistration.htm

More about the US-BX:

The US-BX, the vision of DMOI’s newest director, Tom Gray, brings to the
chaotic biofuels marketplace an orderly and efficient matching of
producers and other sellers with buyers, using the Internet, in a manner
similar to the model currently employed by Ebay.com. It is intended that
the US-BX will charge a fee on every transaction between sellers and
buyers. The US-BX expects that it will, in the long-term, assist in
bringing market order to a large, fast-growing and chaotic marketplace,
by offering a venue that will facilitate national pricing, among other
things, for biofuels and biofuel products. The US-BX will be dynamic.
Biofuels producers and other sellers will be able to update, in real
time, their available quantities, as well as pricing, as often as desired.

www.USBiofuelsExchange.com
www.US-BX.com

About Diamond I, Inc.

The establishment of USBiofuelsExchange.com represents DMOI’s initial
step in diversifying its business interests.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute
forward-looking statements, including the company’s ability to enter
successfully the alternative fuel industry and to expand its
Internet-based business. These statements are based on current
expectations and assumptions and involve a number of uncertainties and
risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
currently expected. For additional information about Diamond I’s future
business and financial results, refer to Diamond I’s Annual Report on
Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2007. Diamond I undertakes
no obligation to update any forward-looking statements that may be made
from time to time by or on behalf of the company, whether as a result of
new information, future events or otherwise.

Contact:

[email protected]

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Diamond I’s USBiofuelsExchange.com (the “US-BX”) Web Site Opens for

July 8th, 2008

High Volume of Unsolicited Registration Inquiries Accelerates
Pre-Registration Process

July 8, 2008 — Diamond I, Inc. (DMOI), a fully-reporting company
trading on the OTCBB that is to change its name to “US BioFuels
Exchange, Inc.”, announced that it has opened its USBiofuelsExchange.com
web site to pre-registration by Producers, Resellers and Buyers of
Biofuels (Biodiesel and Ethanol) and other biofuel products. The
determination to open the pre-registration process ahead of schedule was
made in response to the high volume of inquiries seeking to register for
participation on the US-BX.

“The response to the US-BX has been greater than even our most
optimistic projections,” said Tom Gray, DMOI’s newest director. “We are
very happy with the biofuel industry’s initial reception of our exchange
and look forward to announcing more exciting developments in this
important project,” added Mr. Gray.

Link to US-BX Pre-Registration:
www.usbiofuelsexchange.com/preregistration.htm

More about the US-BX:

The US-BX, the vision of DMOI’s newest director, Tom Gray, brings to the
chaotic biofuels marketplace an orderly and efficient matching of
producers and other sellers with buyers, using the Internet, in a manner
similar to the model currently employed by Ebay.com. It is intended that
the US-BX will charge a fee on every transaction between sellers and
buyers. The US-BX expects that it will, in the long-term, assist in
bringing market order to a large, fast-growing and chaotic marketplace,
by offering a venue that will facilitate national pricing, among other
things, for biofuels and biofuel products. The US-BX will be dynamic.
Biofuels producers and other sellers will be able to update, in real
time, their available quantities, as well as pricing, as often as desired.

www.USBiofuelsExchange.com
www.US-BX.com

About Diamond I, Inc.

The establishment of USBiofuelsExchange.com represents DMOI’s initial
step in diversifying its business interests.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute
forward-looking statements, including the company’s ability to enter
successfully the alternative fuel industry and to expand its
Internet-based business. These statements are based on current
expectations and assumptions and involve a number of uncertainties and
risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
currently expected. For additional information about Diamond I’s future
business and financial results, refer to Diamond I’s Annual Report on
Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2007. Diamond I undertakes
no obligation to update any forward-looking statements that may be made
from time to time by or on behalf of the company, whether as a result of
new information, future events or otherwise.

Contact:

[email protected]

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The Backroom Biofuel Processors Are Meeting Online On A Professional Exchange

July 3rd, 2008

News Article from http://www.triplepundit.com/

July 3, 2008

Biodiesel processors are in strong demand now that the price of petrol is going through the roof. (Small) businesses are increasingly beginning to produce their own biofuels and in an effort to breath more life into the new market, the U.S. Biofuels Exchange Inc. (USBE) has launched a biofuels platform. The new platform matches biofuel producers of all sizes with buyers.

The USBE is internet based and works very similar to eBay; it has a rating system to track and follow deals, display real time pricing and quantities on sale.

A board member of the exchange, James Kaufman, told Ethanol Producer Magazine that “the efficiency in the [biofuels] marketplace doesn’t exist because there are too many ‘back room’ small deals and no central exchange.” The new exchange is set to change this and Kaufman has had and overwhelming amount of reactions from interested parties, he said.

The ‘back room producers’ of biofuels range from domestic people to small or large companies and they’re doing nothing secretive. Biofuel processing equipment being marketed comes in various shapes and sizes and levels of sophistication. It´s easiest to brew your own bio diesel from used vegetable oils and producer kits that allow you to do this make one gallon to 300 gallons of bio diesel, says Muna wa Wanjiru, an expert at Merpet Sales, which sells various brands of biodiesel production equipment to individuals and businesses.

Using bio diesel equipment is relatively straightforward. The machine doesn’t need assembling and doesn’t take a professional mechanic to operate. A biodiesel kit basically consists of a unit for making the biodiesel and might come with a dry wash added on. All bio diesel processor kits running on used cooking oils are simple to operate because they depend on a water heater system. “The processor kits include all fittings, pumps, valves etc the only thing you have to do is to add a water heater and plumbing valve for ventilation“, says Wanjiru.

Ingredients used in biofuel manufacturing are triglyceride fat or oil used in cooking, a relatively pure alcohol i.e. either ethanol or methanol and a strong base like sodium hydroxide (NaOH) or potassium hydroxide (KOH).

If you are not certain that you´ll be wanting to invest in equipment to create biofuel for years and years to come, you can simply invest in a starter kit. These kits allow you to produce around 4 gallons of bio diesel. If you feel happy about creating your own brew, you can always progress to better equipment.

Wanjiru says that he spends a lot of his time marketing what´s known as the freedom fueler bio diesel kit, which is specifically designed to produce bio diesel from any waste vegetable oil. It requires only one hour of work to create 40 gallons of fuel, he says. “The mixing of methanol can be done by the built in mechanism in the kits. The bio diesel kits also contain safety kits like gloves, dust masks etc. the methanol pump in the bio diesel kits will never cause pouring or splashing,” Wanjiru says.

Evolution bio diesel kits is another brand of bio diesel production kit. It provides a variety of bio diesel processors that can produce small to large amounts of the diesel, also from converted vegetable oils. “The Evolution bio diesel kits contain either semi automated or fully automated equipments. The fully automated equipments can process the bio diesel without the labor requirement. It processes, cleans and washes the equipment automatically`, says Wanjiru.

biodiesel processor is a combination reaction vessel which, in its industrial format is mostly used by companies who can’t produce more than 10,000 t/year. It is also advisable to consider buying bio diesel conversion test kits, to check whether the reactions are correct. “These handy kits will help you to check the complete reactions. They are easy to install and use. There are water test kits also to check the water levels in the feed stocks“, says Wanjiru.

He has listed foolproof recipes for creating biodiesel here.

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U.S. Biofuels Exchange establishes marketplace

July 1st, 2008

By Bryan Sims

Web exclusive posted July 1, 2008 at 3:59 p.m. CST

In an effort to bring order and efficiency in the chaotic world of the ethanol and biodiesel industries, U.S. Biofuels Exchange Inc. has established a new Internet-based biofuels marketplace intended to link producers of all sizes with more buyers and sellers of their product.

According to James Kaufman, a U.S. Biofuels Exchange board member, the platform will be a similar model employed by eBay which has a rating system to easily track and follow transactions. In late June, U.S. Biofuels Exchange announced it has retained an experienced software engineer and web development specialist to expedite the completion of it’s Web site that will feature real time pricing, quantities and matching of producers, sellers and buyers.

Kaufman said the goal of U.S. Biofuels Exchange is to provide both ethanol and biodiesel producers a reliable electronic trading and transaction tool that will attract more purchasers that would otherwise not be accomplished by “back room” deals currently being conducted today. These “back room” deals are especially prevalent in the biodiesel industry, which hampers market efficiency and growth to promote usage of the product by consumers.

“The efficiency in the [biofuels] marketplace doesn’t exist because there are too many ‘back room’ small deals and no central exchange,” he said. “The demand is so heavy for both the cost savings and ‘green’ aspect that a lot of times somebody makes a promise to sell it in the same state and they’d rather get more for it. So this will be a way to put it out on the marketplace without anyone even knowing it’s them.”

Kaufman said that the U.S. Biofuels Exchange trading and transaction platform will also allow smaller ethanol and biodiesel producers looking for equal value and treatment to channel their specific product into larger markets.

“Rather than having to sell at 80 percent of its value three months down the road while they’re making it, they now have a spot market they can go to and where buyers are looking for the best price, closes distances and so forth,” he said.

Kaufman won’t disclose how U.S. Biofuels Exchange would create the proprietary platform, “but it will be proprietary in every sense how the transactions go through, how trades are traded and how we keep it extremely fair,” he said. Kaufman also won’t disclose an exact fee for each transaction, but he said it will likely charge a nominal flat rate in the lowest basis point in order to stimulate transaction activity across both industries.

Although the electronic platform is not currently operational, U.S. Biofuels Exchange intends to conduct beta tests on its database this summer in a trial run and anticipates going live with transaction activity this fall, Kaufman said.

U.S. Biofuels Exchange, formerly Diamond I Inc., currently trades on the over-the-counter bulletin board (OTCBB) as DMOI. It changed its corporate name to “better link its name to its main business focus”. Kaufman credits the creation of U.S. Biofuels Exchange to its chairman Tom Gray and its affiliated petroleum marketing companies who bring a wealth of savvy and expertise that should promote enhanced market fluidity with the biofuels marketplace.

“Our goal is to assist all sizes of ethanol and biodiesel producers and give them a place where they can get the most of their product and enable them to connect them to more buyers so they don’t have the risk of having one buyer that buys their entire product,” Kaufman said. “Our initial response and interest in this has been tremendous.”

For more information on U.S. Biofuels Exchange and its services, visit https://usbiofuelsexchange.net/?page_id=2.

News Articles from http://www.biodieselmagazine.com/

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Diamond I to Change Name to “US BioFuels Exchange, Inc.”

June 25th, 2008

New Name to Reflect Corporate Focus

June 25, 2008 — Diamond I, Inc. (DMOI), a fully-reporting company
trading on the OTCBB, announced that it has determined to change its
corporate name to “US BioFuels Exchange, Inc.”, in a move intended to
better link its name to its main business focus. The name change will be
made, after approval is obtained from shareholders. These efforts will
begin immediately.

“This is a natural step in our progression as we sharpen our business
focus. We look forward to announcing more developments in this important
project,” said Tom Gray, DMOI’s newest director.

More about the USBE:

The USBE, the vision of DMOI’s newest director, Tom Gray, brings to the
chaotic biofuels marketplace an orderly and efficient matching of
producers and other sellers with buyers, using the Internet, in a manner
similar to the model currently employed by Ebay.com. It is intended that
the USBE will charge a fee on every transaction between sellers and
buyers. The USBE expects that it will, in the long-term, assist in
bringing market order to a large, fast-growing and chaotic marketplace,
by offering a venue that will facilitate national pricing, among other
things, for biofuels and biofuel products. The USBE will be dynamic.
Biofuels producers and other sellers will be able to update, in real
time, their available quantities, as well as pricing, as often as desired.

About the Biofuels Industry:

In 2007, over 450 million gallons of biodiesel and over 6.5 billion gallons of
ethanol were produced. The Biodiesel industry is growing at over 25% per

year.

About Diamond I, Inc.

The establishment of USBiofuelsExchange.com represents DMOI’s initial
step in diversifying its business interests.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute
forward-looking statements, including the company’s ability to enter
successfully the alternative fuel industry and to expand its
Internet-based business. These statements are based on current
expectations and assumptions and involve a number of uncertainties and
risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
currently expected. For additional information about Diamond I’s future
business and financial results, refer to Diamond I’s Annual Report on
Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2007. Diamond I undertakes
no obligation to update any forward-looking statements that may be made
from time to time by or on behalf of the company, whether as a result of
new information, future events or otherwise.

Contact:

[email protected]

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Diamond I Retains Software Engineer for USBiofuelsExchange.com Project

June 23rd, 2008

Diamond I Retains Software Engineer for USBiofuelsExchange.com Project

Internet Biofuels Marketplace Scheduled for Beta Testing this Summer

June 23, 2008 — Diamond I, Inc. (DMOI) announced that it has retained
an experienced software engineer and web development specialist to
expedite the completion of its USBiofuelsExchange.com (the “USBE”) web
site, a web site that will feature real time pricing, quantities and
matching of producers, sellers and buyers. The USBE, DMOI’s planned
Internet biofuels marketplace, is schedule for beta testing beginning
Summer 2008.

“The US Biofuels Exchange platform will address all the inefficiencies
currently plaguing the biofuels industry,” said Tom Gray, DMOI’s newest
director. “Our exchange will address pricing, quantities, locations,
existing and future products, member data, all biofuel production and
quality variables and more. US Biofuels Exchange will be designed by
actual biofuels and petroleum marketing experts and veterans and our
software engineer is the right guy for the job.”

More about the USBE:

The USBE, the vision of DMOI’s newest director, Tom Gray, brings to the
chaotic biofuels marketplace an orderly and efficient matching of
producers and other sellers with buyers, using the Internet, in a manner
similar to the model currently employed by Ebay.com. It is intended that
the USBE will charge a fee on every transaction between sellers and
buyers. The USBE expects that it will, in the long-term, assist in
bringing market order to a large, fast-growing and chaotic marketplace,
by offering a venue that will facilitate national pricing, among other
things, for biofuels and biofuel products. The USBE will be dynamic.
Biofuels producers and other sellers will be able to update, in real
time, their available quantities, as well as pricing, as often as desired.

About Diamond I, Inc.

The establishment of USBiofuelsExchange.com represents DMOI’s initial
step in diversifying its business interests.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute
forward-looking statements, including the company’s ability to enter
successfully the alternative fuel industry and to expand its
Internet-based business. These statements are based on current
expectations and assumptions and involve a number of uncertainties and
risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
currently expected. For additional information about Diamond I’s future
business and financial results, refer to Diamond I’s Annual Report on
Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2007. Diamond I undertakes
no obligation to update any forward-looking statements that may be made
from time to time by or on behalf of the company, whether as a result of
new information, future events or otherwise.

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Diamond I Establishes Online Biofuels Exchange

June 18th, 2008

USBiofuelsExchange.com to Be First Internet Biofuels Marketplace

June 18, 2008 — Diamond I, Inc. (DMOI) announced that it has
established www.USBiofuelsExchange.com (the “USBE”), a new Internet
biofuels marketplace. The USBE is the brainchild of DMOI’s newest
director, Tom Gray.

Mr. Gray has over 25 years’ experience marketing biofuels, including 25
years of marketing ethanol, and has been marketing biodiesel since its
market introduction.  Mr. Gray is a past winner of the “Northern
Colorado Entrepreneur of the Year”.  Also, Mr. Gray served the Colorado
Wyoming Petroleum Marketers Association in various capacities, including
Co-Chairman of the Board, President and Trustee.

Mr. Gray’s vision brings to the chaotic biofuels marketplace an orderly
and efficient matching of producers and other sellers with buyers, using
the Internet, in a manner similar to the model currently employed by
Ebay.com.

“Biofuels in the U.S. is a multi-billion dollar industry, growing at
over 25% per year, with no national exchange or marketplace.  Currently,
the Biofuels industry is rife with, and hampered by, its own
inefficiencies.  The U.S. Biofuels Exchange expects to bring order to
the Biofuels industry while becoming the industry’s central
marketplace,” said Tom Gray.  “I’ve experienced the frustration first
hand and I believe this exchange can make the difference.”

More about the USBE:

USBE is to be the first and only Internet marketplace for all current
and future biofuels and biofuel products, which include biodiesel (in
all of its forms) and ethanol.  Biofuel producers and other sellers will
list their biofuel quantities and desired pricing directly on the USBE
web site. Then, buyers will buy or bid on these listed biofuel quantities.

It is intended that the USBE will charge a fee on every transaction
between sellers and buyers.  The USBE expects that it will, in the
long-term, assist in bringing market order to a large, fast-growing and
chaotic marketplace, by offering a venue that will facilitate national
pricing, among other things, for biofuels and biofuel products.

The USBE will be dynamic.  Biofuels producers and other sellers will be
able to update, in real time, their available quantities, as well as
pricing, as often as desired.

About Diamond I, Inc.

The establishment of USBiofuelsExchange.com represents DMOI’s initial
step in diversifying its business interests.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute
forward-looking statements, including the company’s ability to enter
successfully the alternative fuel industry and to expand its
Internet-based business.  These statements are based on current
expectations and assumptions and involve a number of uncertainties and
risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those
currently expected.  For additional information about Diamond I’s future
business and financial results, refer to Diamond I’s Annual Report on
Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2007.  Diamond I undertakes
no obligation to update any forward-looking statements that may be made
from time to time by or on behalf of the company, whether as a result of
new information, future events or otherwise.

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Tom Gray to Bring Fresh Perspective to Company’s Operations

May 19th, 2008

Diamond I Names Petroleum Marketing Industry Veteran to Board of DirectorsTom Gray to Bring Fresh Perspective to Company’s Operations

May 19, 2008 — Diamond I, Inc. (DMOI) announced that it had named Thomas J. Gray to its board of directors.  Mr. Gray, with his extensive background in the petroleum marketing industry and in alternative energy, is expected to provide strong leadership to DMOI as it develops its Alternative Energy Technologies and Oil and Gas Efficiency Technologies business segment.  In addition to his duties as a director, Mr. Gray has agreed to provide needed consulting services to DMOI.

After his appointment to the DMOI board, Mr. Gray stated, “I couldn’t be more excited about this opportunity and thank the DMOI board for their faith in me.  I believe I have developed, over my career, innovative ideas that will make DMOI an active participant in the the oil and gas and alternative energy industry in the near term and establish DMOI as a successful Alternative Fuels, Alternative Energy Technologies and Oil and Gas Efficiency Technologies company over the long term.  Given the board’s support, I have already begun to acquaint my established business contacts, both within the oil and gas industry and Wall Street, with my new venture and have been quite encouraged.”

“While our search for a new director with oil and gas experience has been protracted, we definitely believe we’ve brought in the right man at the right time, a strong businessman with a much needed new approach to our overall business,” said David Loflin, DMOI’s CEO.  “Tom’s participation will serve our shareholders well.  Our entire board is pleased to welcome him.”

Thomas J. Gray, 59, has, since 1981, served as President and Chief Financial Officer of Gray Oil, Inc., a privately-held marketer of gasoline, diesel and lubricants based in Colorado.  Also, from 1999 to the present, Mr. Gray has served as Manager for Infinite Energy, a privately-held company engaged in energy-related research and development.  From 1999 to 2007, Mr. Gray served the Colorado Wyoming Petroleum Marketers Association in various capacities, including Co-Chairman of the Board, President and Trustee.  In addition to his over 25 years of marketing ethanol and, since its market introduction, bio-diesel, Mr. Gray was a past winner of the “Northern Colorado Entrepreneur of the Year”.  Mr. Gray is a graduate of Colorado University, Boulder, Colorado, with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and is a license Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado.

About Diamond I, Inc. (

www.usbiofuelsexchange.net)DMOI has determined to diversify its business interests, with an initial effort focused on the oil and gas industry. DMOI expects to announce other diversification initiatives in the future.

Recently, DMOI opened its first two online Poker web sites, IslandBlueCasino.net and VegasBetLive.com, for-entertainment-only sites legal for users in the United States. Island Blue Casino and VegasBetLive.com were designed to create a revenue stream for the company, through the use of click-through advertising programs, such as that offered by Google Adsense(TM) and Amazon.com.

In addition, DMOI owns the rights to patent-pending voice-recognition and fingerprint biometric security technologies. These security technologies will be incorporated into DMOI’s WifiCasino GS wireless, hand-held gaming system, which includes the hand-held gaming unit known as the “GS3.” With the passage of Nevada Law AB471, which authorizes the use of mobile communication devices for gaming in public areas in Nevada casinos. DMOI continues to seek a hotel/casino to serve as the demonstration site for its WifiCasino.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains statements that may constitute forward-looking statements, including the company’s ability to enter successfully the oil and gas business and to expand its Internet-based business.  These statements are based on current expectations and assumptions and involve a number of uncertainties and risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those currently expected.  For additional information about Diamond I’s future business and financial results, refer to Diamond I’s Annual Report on Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2007.  Diamond I undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements that may be made from time to time by or on behalf of the company, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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