Tag: BP Biofuels

BP Biofuels: Biofuels Digest’s 2015 5-Minute Guide

BP Biofuels: Biofuels Digest’s 2015 5-Minute Guide

February 16, 2015 |

BP Biofuels is a leading global biofuels player, with a breadth of investment that is unique in terms of both its scale and its reach. Since 2006, BP has announced investments of more than $2 billion in biofuels research, development and operations, and has production facilities operating or in the planning/construction phases in Brazil and […]

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BP Biofuels, BASF, Navy surge in biofuels Hot Partners poll

BP Biofuels, BASF, Navy surge in biofuels Hot Partners poll

June 7, 2013 |

In Florida, voting is now underway in the 2013 Hot Partners competition, and will continue through Friday June 14 at 5pm EDT. In voting yesterday, BP Biofuels surged into the lead for Finance (late or commercialization stage), BASF took the solo lead for “Separation, microharvest, informatics & catalysis systems and services” and the US Navy took […]

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BP Biofuels: Time for “the really hard yards” in biofuels commercialization

BP Biofuels: Time for “the really hard yards” in biofuels commercialization

March 13, 2013 |

Are the go-go years gone-gone? Is it “back on the Chain Gang” from here on in? BP Biofuels chief Phil New offers realism, and a challenge for operational excellence. At World Biofuels Markets, BP CEO Phil New delivered a keynote speech which attempted to turn the industry’s attention towards “the hard yards” of operational excellence, saying […]

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New 5-Minute Guides to Beta Renewables, BP Biofuels, INEOS Bio

New 5-Minute Guides to Beta Renewables, BP Biofuels, INEOS Bio

October 29, 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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The October Surprise: BP Cancels Plans for US Cellulosic Ethanol Plant

The October Surprise: BP Cancels Plans for US Cellulosic Ethanol Plant

October 26, 2012 |

BP to focus U.S. biofuels investments on R&D, technology licensing. What happened? What’s next? In Florida, BP announced it is canceling plans to build a 36 million gallon commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol plant in Highlands County. The company said that it would refocus its US biofuels strategy on R&D, as well as licensing its industry–leading biofuels […]

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The Big Bagasse Biofuels Boom

The Big Bagasse Biofuels Boom

October 23, 2012 |

Deployment of next-gen bagasse-to-biofuels technologies could expand ethanol production in Brazil, India by 35 percent without land, water intensification. After several years of technology and partnership development — advanced biofuels are coming to Brazil in a big way, and India may not be far behind. The reason? Opportunities with bagasse, the leftover from crushed cane […]

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Gevo tops weekly Biofuels Brand Index; takes Q3 lead; Joule, Coskata, BP close behind

Gevo tops weekly Biofuels Brand Index; takes Q3 lead; Joule, Coskata, BP close behind

August 17, 2012 |

In Florida, Gevo topped the the Biofuels Brand Index for the week of July 30-August 3, in a new weekly feature tracking biofuels producer brands exposure. The latest weekly release, revealed the brand exposure for 45 different organizations, based on appearances each made in the more than 90 news features published that week, and reader […]

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BP Biofuels, Texas AgriLife Research partner to develop cellulosic biofuels feedtocks

BP Biofuels, Texas AgriLife Research partner to develop cellulosic biofuels feedtocks

August 16, 2012 |

In Texas, BP Biofuels and Texas AgriLife Research, part of The Texas A&M University System, have signed a three-year agreement to develop and commercialize cellulosic feedstocks for the production of advanced biofuels. The collaboration will utilize AgriLife Research’s diverse high biomass energy crop breeding program and BP Biofuels’ position as one of the few global […]

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The 2012 London Olympics, biofuels-style: BP to showcase its three most advanced biofuels

The 2012 London Olympics, biofuels-style: BP to showcase its three most advanced biofuels

July 23, 2012 |

As the 2012 Summer Games approach, BP Biofuels launches its showcase for cellulosic ethanol, renewable diesel, and biobutanol. Amidst the blizzard of demo drives and informational marketing, why are these molecules key to “fueling the future”? This Friday, the games of the 2012 London Olympiad will commence, and for nearly three weeks more than one […]

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The Hot Zone

The Hot Zone

June 11, 2012 |

Thermocatalytic biofuels projects are Going South – here’s who and why In US bioenergy as a whole, most of the attention has deservedly gone to the Midwestern states – by and large, that’s where the corn and soybean production calls home. Efforts to diversify the production of first generation biodiesel have been able to stretch, […]

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