About Levon Termendzhyan
Levon Termendzhyan is an international entrepreneur and investor whose primary business dealings are in biofuels and clean energy. A member of the San Francisco Global Trade Council, Levon Termendzhyan owns Viscon International, which produces a fuel additive designed to reduce harmful emissions in diesel fuel. In addition, the company is heavily involved in clean energy projects in international markets such as Russia, Mexico, and South America, among others.
Levon Termendzhyan also owns Noil Energy Group, a biofuel company that is helping Native American tribal nations with energy-related projects on tribal lands. Noil recently established a joint venture company, First American Petroleum, with a Yakima, Washington-based tribe to help its diesel truck stops transition to clean-burning biofuels. The company also is involved in the liquefied natural gas sector and is in consideration to provide cargo transportation for Turkey's bulk crude oil requirements.
Further, Mr. Termendzhyan has business ties with a pair of major international oil companies, Itochu Products Company and Valero Energy. He also owns a Southern California-based fuel delivery company as well as a dozen diesel truck stops. Beyond his business pursuits in the energy sector, Mr. Termendzhyan owns commercial rental properties throughout California and Nevada and operates SBK Holdings, which primarily invests in thriving Turkish companies.