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IncBio to supply 55,000 MT biodiesel plant to South America

In Portugal, IncBio has just secured an agreement to supply a 55,000 MT/year transesterification plant, for an undisclosed client in South America. It will incorporate IncBio’s ultrasonic technology to produce Biodiesel from locally produced palm oil, and Ion Exchange resin towers for purification. IncBio expects the plant to be complete by December 2014.

April 10, 2014 More

Florida Biodiesel sells biodiesel plant to Ivory Coast

In Florida, Florida Biodiesel, Inc. has completed a B-500 Biodiesel plant sale to the Lorymat Corporation Ivory Coast. The Biodiesel production equipment will be used to demonstrate Green Fuel technology and produce Biodiesel for the Ivory Coast. The Lorymat Corporation has chosen the B-500 Biodiesel processor for their prime transesterification facility. The B-500 Biodiesel plant […]

March 26, 2014 More

Abengoa Bioenergy: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

Company description a. Traditional fermentation of cereal grains and sugar cane for the commercial production of bioethanol b. Traditional transesterification for the production of biodiesel from cereal and vegetable oils. c. Multiple technology options for the commercial demonstration of cellulosic fuel production. Rankings 50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy: #13, 2013-14 The Situation Abengoa has identified […]

February 25, 2014 More

World Energy upgrades with Hydro Dynamics tech

In Georgia, World Energy has upgraded to a new reactor made by Hydro Dynamics, which will allow the plant to increase its production. The Shockwave Power Reactor (SPR) technology allows the transesterification reaction to complete in seconds and improves feedstock flexibility. The SPR technology, an industry standard, has sold over 500 million gallons of annual […]

February 3, 2014 More

Biodiesel 2.0- the next chapter for America’s favorite advanced biofuel

Snubbed by Washington as the EPA slashes biodiesel targets despite record production. Now, the National Biodiesel Board gathers for its annual convention, in San Diego, to chart the next moves on its innovative path. What could biodiesel 2.0 look like? Can it really lop 70-80 cents per gallon off the cost by opening up low-cost […]

January 20, 2014 More

Extreme energy, supercritical water, nanostuff and biofuels

At the frontier of exotic temperature and pressures, even everyday materials like water begin to act strangely in ways that can drive energy transformation. New work in nanocatalysts may make those frontiers more accessible, and those energy systems more affordable. OK – try this one for size.  Water ice that checks in at 1300 degrees […]

November 5, 2013 More

First 150 registrants free at online Biofuels Technician Certification Program

In Iowa, the Department of Energy is funding the first 150 registrants in the Biofuels Technician Certification Program — offered online by Indian Hills Community College in Eddyville. The course is divided into biodiesel, ethanol and general tracks and brings 3 Continuing Education Units (CEU) and a Certificate of Completion from Indian Hills Community College. […]

June 25, 2013 More

Benefuel, Flint Hills form Duonix joint venture for biodiesel

In Texas, Benefuel has completed agreements with Flint Hills Resources Renewables to develop biodiesel refineries in the United States using Benefuel’s patented ENSEL refining technology, which can improve profitability while also reducing resource consumption and waste. Benefuel and FHR have an exclusive agreement to develop and operate US-based biodiesel projects. The joint venture, named Duonix, […]

May 24, 2013 More

Albemarle: Biofuels Digest’s 5-Minute Guide

Company description: Manufacturer of Specialty Chemicals Address: 451 Florida St, Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Year founded: 1994. Albemarle was formed in 1994 as a the specialty chemicals spin off from Ethyl Corporation. Major Investors or stock symbol: ALB NYSE Type of Technology(ies): Catalysts, Polymer Additives, Fine Chemicals. Subcategories for catalysis include catalysis for the production […]

January 29, 2013 More

Mission Biofuels petitioned for $16M by KNM Group

In Malaysia, KNM Group Bhd has delivered a winding-up petition against Mission Biofuels for USD $16M for goods sold and works carried out in a Kuantan Port plant. The project, which involved designing continuous acid conditioning and silica pretreatment methyl ester transesterification plant, was part of Mission’s development of sustainable biofuel feedstock supplies. The hearing […]

November 12, 2012 More