In California, Amyris announced an amendment to its existing technology collaboration agreement with Total. Under the enhanced collaboration, Total reaffirms its commitment to Amyris’s technology and dedicates its $82 million funding budget over the next three years exclusively for the deployment of Biofene, Amyris’s renewable farnesene, for production of renewable diesel and jet fuel.
- Amyris, ETH Bioeneergia team up for Brazilian biofene production
- Ceres announces $8.97 million lost for Q2 2013
- Amyris hits the comeback trail
- Amyris announces $133 million equity sale, partnerships, investments, JVs with Total, P&G, Cosan, Soliance, M&G
- Amyris secures funding from Total and Biolding for reaching milestones
- Amyris and Firmenich Announce Expansion of Collaboration in Flavors & Fragrances
- Amyris joins Bonsucro as first advanced biofuels producer
- California algae research project utilizes powerful harvesting technology
- Cereplast reports $30 million loss for fiscal 2012
- Amyris, Sanofi: Low-cost, biobased malaria treatment heads for commercial production
- Amyris narrows loss; captive company for Total, asks analyst?
- Oxygen for High Altitudes: 17 Biofuels ventures raise $434M in equity
- Amyris, Kuraray to produce butadiene and isoprene substitute from renewables
- Codexis in talks with Shell to sell enzymes outside of Brazil.
- Amyris, Method Products sign renewable surfactants, solvents deal
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