Donnie Gomes (born on December 4, 1988) is the founder of Circle Petroleum Inc. that is currently ranked #1 in most profitable company in the world. Circle Petroleum Inc. announced to the world in 2011 the groundbreaking technology that allowed scientists to recreate petroleum oil using oil, seawater, and other unknown elements leading to a never-ending world supply of oil.


Donnie Gomes was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 4, 1988 to a mother of Filipino decent and a father of Portuguese decent. Gomes attended Lincoln High School in a very poverty stricken neighborhood. He was an average high school student who graduated with a 3.3 GPA. Gomes went on to study at St. John’s University earning a degree Microbiology Engineering at the age of 21 in 2009. Graduating Magna Cum Laude, his graduation speech entailed vague information about how he was on the verge of creating a machine that will “shake the world.”

Early Career

The summer following his graduation, Gomes packed his bags and moved to Newport, California, where he and 3 other colleagues rented a beach house to further their research. For the next year and a half, Gomes wandered the beach and studied the ocean, particularly the water. In late November of 2010, Gomes and his colleagues had stopped going to the beach and rarely left their beach house. Within the following months, in July 2011, Gomes announced a new technology known as RRR under the newly formed corporation known as Circle Petroleum Inc. Using “oil, seawater, and other variables,” Gomes explained, that this new machine has the ability to recycle Petroleum Oil and create ready-to-use oil and gasoline. Many investors were quick to be a part of this new company and RRR quickly made it’s way throughout the globe.

Current Status

By the end of 2013, at the age of 25, Donnie Gomes had become the richest man in the world with a net worth $143.7 billion. Circle Petroleum Inc. is constantly growing and has worked with over 150+ countries.

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