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Tweet In Washington, U.S. Rep. Pete Olson (R. TX) has submitted a bill that would see ethanol produced from natural gas treated the same as ethanol produced for corn or other crops. The move would be a boost to Celanese, Coskata and Primus Green, all of whom have developed ethanol from natural gas technologies.
Tweet HydroMan may do his hydrogen-shift thing via water, at will – but outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we have some hydrogen issues. Psst! Like cutting out a fossil hydrogen dependency for many biofuels. But, new pathways ensure that the status hydroquo may not last for long. A numbers of readers responding to “Biofuels [...]
Tweet Researchers unleash the prospect of fuels from the raging fireball known as Pyrococcus furiosus. Imaging a world where instead of creating CO2 as an emission from burning fuels, you could make fuels from the emissions, the CO2. And could do so in a way that bypasses the production of biomass and the extraction of [...]
Tweet In New Hampshire, Mascoma has withdrawn its registration for an IPO worth up to $100 m. “The company has determined at this time not to proceed with the offering due to market conditions,” it said today in a filing. The decision comes after Enerkem, Fulcrum BioEnergy, and Coskata have all delayed or canceled their [...]
Tweet LS9′s former CEO joins Siluria — “the first company to come up with an economical, practical way to turn natgas into liquid fuels and chemicals”. In and around the world of money, there is the concept of an “investment thesis” — and to the extent that a news service guide by a thesis, our [...]
Tweet Gevo, KiOR top the Ardent 50 rankings at biofuelsdigest.com — the most-intensively researched companies— analyzing page views from more than 800,000 site visits. In Florida, Gevo and KiOR took Valentines Day honors by topping the Ardent 50 rankings, as Biofuels Digest published the 50 Most searched companies at biofuelsdigest.com for 2012-13. In topping this [...]
Tweet “Electric power is cheap”, and “cellulosic biofuel costs less than $1.00 per gallon”. So why isn’t everyone buying a Chevy Volt? And why can you get lower interest rates on your Visa Card than next-gen biofuel developers face? It’s the old capex-opex fallacy. Earlier this week, a new study from researchers at UC Santa [...]
Tweet One of biofuels’ most-celebrated technologies makes a change at the top; the struggle to raise capital dogs a high-profile biofuels star. A new chapter is underway at LS9 with the appointment of Tjerk de Ruiter — the former CEO of Genencor — as president and CEO. It’s not wholly unexpected. Four weeks ago in Top [...]
Tweet 12 months, 4400 stories. From 2012, here are the 16 most viewed stories in Biofuels Digest. Biofuels Digest Jobs - Job seeking is always a priority The 50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy for 2012-13 are announced - The always popular Hot 50 and Hot 30 lists How Joule may turn biofuels upside down - Joule’s low-cost, drop-in [...]
Tweet As cellulosic biofuels reach commercial-scale, is the tipping point for wide deployment near – and will it be based on breakthroughs in capex, opex or yield? Actually, it may be feedstock costs, in the end. At the 2011 ABLC, Wes Bolsen (then with Coskata) — reflecting on the long-term prospects for advanced biofuels — [...]