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The Brew Barons: Masters of advanced fermentation, driving the redefinition of biofuels: Pt 2

The Brew Barons: Masters of advanced fermentation, driving the redefinition of biofuels: Pt 2

[ 0 ] March 1, 2011 |

Will the new fermentation technologies completely shatter preconceptions about biofuels and bio-based products – and redefine the way in which Western Civ approaches the production of fuel, food, feed, and fiber? The new Brew Barons are working hard to make that so. See part 1 of today’s top story, here. LanzaTech The LanzaTech process increases […]

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The Brew Barons: Masters of advanced fermentation, driving the redefinition of biofuels: Pt 1

The Brew Barons: Masters of advanced fermentation, driving the redefinition of biofuels: Pt 1

[ 0 ] March 1, 2011 |

Will the new fermentation technologies completely shatter preconceptions about biofuels and bio-based products – and redefine the way in which Western Civ approaches the production of fuel, food, feed, and fiber? The new Brew Barons are working hard to make it so. The Regents of the University of Washington generally only admit under conditions of […]

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Advanced Bioeconomy ventures raise $1.262 billion in past 12 months, up 3.2%

Advanced Bioeconomy ventures raise $1.262 billion in past 12 months, up 3.2%

April 28, 2015 |

44 deals, 37 companies; deal count jumps 16% but deal size drops 17% Here’s the complete skinny on who got what. In Florida, The Digest reports that 12 advanced bioeconomy ventures raised $1.262 billion in new capital in Q3 2014 through Q1 2015 for company development — and pilot, demonstration and commercial-scale projects. This compares […]

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China Steel green-lights commercial-scale LanzaTech advanced biofuels project

China Steel green-lights commercial-scale LanzaTech advanced biofuels project

April 22, 2015 |

Phase 1 will produce 17M gallons/year of gasoline blendstock and ethanol; in Phase 2, a 34M gallon facility. In Taiwan, China Steel Corporation announced formal Board approval of a $46M capital investment in a LanzaTech commercial ethanol facility. This follows the successful demonstration of the revolutionary carbon recycling platform at the White Biotech Demonstration Plant in […]

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Biofuels Digest’s Advanced Bioeconomy Awards for 2015 

Biofuels Digest’s Advanced Bioeconomy Awards for 2015 

February 16, 2015 |

Project of the Year, Deal of the Year, Partnership of the Year, Chemical of the Year, and Cap Raise of the Year — who are the big winners? Each year, the Digest recognizes projects, feedstocks, processing technology breakthroughs, novel or improved molecules, and bioeconomy pioneers in the Biofuels Digest Awards — selected by the Digest’s […]

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Carbon Dioxide, an important by-product of fermentation: Food industry applications and usage

Carbon Dioxide, an important by-product of fermentation: Food industry applications and usage

January 19, 2015 |

By Sam A. Rushing – Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd. Special to the Digest This article on CO2 usage in the food industry is one in a series for the applications which are predominant and important in the carbon dioxide industry. This subject is particularly interesting to the US Corn Belt region, which contains some of the […]

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ABLC 2015: initial line-up announced for the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference 

ABLC 2015: initial line-up announced for the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference 

January 5, 2015 |

At ABLC 2015: Hot content from CEOs, investors, technologists, financiers, policymakers and exhibitors expected at advanced biofuels’ biggest networking and deal-making forum. 7 new intensified one-on-one, hands-on workshops for delegates to gain knowledge and visibility for their organizations. The Digest has announced that ABLC 2015 – the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference — will take place […]

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Large Scale Microbial Production of Advanced Biofuels: How big can we go?

Large Scale Microbial Production of Advanced Biofuels: How big can we go?

December 7, 2014 |

By Gregory T. Benz, President, Benz Technology International, Inc. Conventional biofuels, whether from starch, sugar or lignocellulosic materials, tend to be low energy density products such as ethanol or butanol. These are made using catabolic (anaerobic), thermodynamically “downhill” processes. Such processes have been proven feasible in rather large fermenter volumes, in excess of 1 million […]

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The 8 Habits of Highly Successful Biorefinery Developers: Looking at Alberta’s look at advanced biofuels

The 8 Habits of Highly Successful Biorefinery Developers: Looking at Alberta’s look at advanced biofuels

October 28, 2014 |

As Alberta looks at what might works for them in industrial biotech — Jacobs comes up with a useful take on Renmatix, GTI, LanzaTech, Enerkem, REG and OPX Bio — and 8 rules for getting it done, making it happen. While in Alberta last week, we came across a report commissioned by Alberta Innovates looking […]

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17 advanced bioeconomy companies make 2014 Cleantech 100 list

17 advanced bioeconomy companies make 2014 Cleantech 100 list

October 8, 2014 |

In Washington, 17 advanced bioeconomy companies were named to the 2014 Global Cleantech 100, produced by Cleantech Group, and LanzaTech was named North American Company of the year, awarded to the highest-ranked company on the list from the region. According to the Cleantech Group, a record number of nominations were received: 5,995 distinct companies from […]

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