GreenShift corn oil patent case set to begin

August 17, 2011 |

In Indiana, a US district court judge will begin hearing arguments on the consolidated case for alleged GreenShift patent infringements on Aug. 22. Reports show that 15 ethanol plants have been named in the case including those by ICM, GEA Westfalia Separator, GEA Mechanical, and Flottweg Separation Technology that claim the companies infringed on GreenShift’s corn oil extraction technology. ICM continues to offer its oil extraction technology to customers.

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