Tag: BioProcess Algae

BioProcess Algae gets $6.4 million DOE grant for military biofuels

BioProcess Algae gets $6.4 million DOE grant for military biofuels

April 23, 2013 |

In Iowa, BioProcess Algae LLC has been selected to receive a grant of up to $6.4 million from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), as part of an innovative pilot-scale biorefinery project related to production of hydrocarbon fuels meeting military specification. The project will use renewable carbon dioxide, lignocellulosic sugars and waste heat through BioProcess […]

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Cobalt, Mercurius, BioProcess Algae, Frontline land $17.7M in military biofuels grants

Cobalt, Mercurius, BioProcess Algae, Frontline land $17.7M in military biofuels grants

April 23, 2013 |

Pilot-scale biorefineries for drop-in military diesel, jet fuel the focus of the DOE’s latest grant round. In Washington, the US Department of Energy announced up to $17.7 million in grants to four pilot-scale biorefinery projects aimed at military-spec hydrocarbon fuels. Cobalt Technologies, Mercurius Biofuels, BioProcess Algae and Frontline BioEnergy were selected for negotiation. Recipients are […]

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7 Bleeding-Edge Technologies unlocking Mighty Value in the first-gen ethanol fleet

7 Bleeding-Edge Technologies unlocking Mighty Value in the first-gen ethanol fleet

January 11, 2013 |

The US Ethanol Fleet reinvents as super-advanced technologies target the old fleet for new purposes. For some time, perhaps one of the toughest assets to manage in the Western World — possibly the Milky Way Galaxy or even the local galaxy group — has been a starch ethanol plant. They’ve been through it all, just […]

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Biofuels Digest’s 2012 Industrial Symbiosis Award: Green Plains Renewable Energy, BioProcess Algae

Biofuels Digest’s 2012 Industrial Symbiosis Award: Green Plains Renewable Energy, BioProcess Algae

December 31, 2012 |

In the Digest’s Biorefinery Project of the Future series we wrote about why corn ethanol plants were great places to begin developing an advanced biofuels. We noted that “existing first-generation fermentation biofuels require no re-invention of feedstock systems, no exotic first-of-kind processing technology, no fuel certification or from-scratch market development. They are financeable.” This past […]

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Biofuels Digest releases new 5-Minute Guides: Avantium, BioProcess Algae, Coskata

Biofuels Digest releases new 5-Minute Guides: Avantium, BioProcess Algae, Coskata

October 23, 2012 |

Biofuels Digest has released the next wave of its 5-Minute Guides – a “news you can use” digest on the leading companies in biofuels. Each 5-Minute Guide provides a company description, 3 top milestones for 2010-12 and projected for 2012-14, description of the business model; plus project info (location, feedstocks, product set, processing technology, capacity, […]

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BioProcess Algae: Biofuels Digest’s 5-Minute Guide

BioProcess Algae: Biofuels Digest’s 5-Minute Guide

October 23, 2012 |

Address: 45 High Point Avenue, Portsmouth, RI 02871 Year Founded: 2008 Company description: BioProcess Algae produces low-cost, high-quality algae feedstocks for a variety of downstream markets including food, feeds and fuels. BioProcess is based in Portsmouth, RI and is currently running a demonstration facility at the Green Plains Renewable Energy, Inc. ethanol plant in Shenandoah, […]

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The Age of Upstream

The Age of Upstream

September 24, 2012 |

What is the ideal relationship between feedstock producers and refiners? Has the balance tipped too far towards the upstream? As the Algae Biomass Summit opens, we look at a global trend in transferring “All power to the Feedstocks!” – the advantages, options, and the potential for consequences. You see it everywhere. Oil producers are happy, […]

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Bioseutica and BioProcess Algae sign supply agreement

Bioseutica and BioProcess Algae sign supply agreement

July 6, 2012 |

In Switzerland, Bioseutica, a producer of highly purified pharmaceutical-grade Omega-3 fatty acids, and BioProcess Algae, a Rhode Island based algal feedstocks company have entered into a commercial supply agreement for the production of EPA-rich Omega-3 oils for use in concentrated EPA products for nutritional and/or pharmaceutical applications. Under the agreement, BioProcess Algae will supply microalgal […]

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BioProcess Algae, KD-Pharma Bexbach sign Omega-3 oil offtake agreement

BioProcess Algae, KD-Pharma Bexbach sign Omega-3 oil offtake agreement

June 29, 2012 |

In Rhode Island, BioProcess Algae and KD-Pharma Bexbach announced that they have entered a commercial supply agreement for the production of EPA-rich Omega-3 oils for use in concentrated EPA products for nutritional and/or pharmaceutical applications. Under the agreement, BioProcess Algae will supply microalgal oils which will be refined by KD-Pharma’s proprietary Supercritical Fluid Technology to […]

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The Olive Economy

The Olive Economy

March 21, 2012 |

If the long-term is green, and the present is based on carbon-intense “black” technologies – the near term is going to be shades of olive, and technologies that combine green and black may be the big winners. Today, 5 strategies at the nexus of green and black, exemplars of the Olive Economy A couple of […]

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