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Trivial solution: 0
If you have zero mass, it doesn't take any energy to move it, and thus you have enough energy.
Also, this can be trivially realized by that any amount of fuel used for a rocket can lift itself, plus some fraction of the rockets weight. (Otherwise it would never work). So any amount of suitable fuel can always lift itself orbit and then some.
No public wish lists :(