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Chempolis signs term sheet with NRL for Indian biorefinery

Chempolis signs term sheet with NRL for Indian biorefinery

February 13, 2017 |

In India, Chempolis has signed a term sheet with Numaligarh Refinery Limited for a joint venture in the construction of the country’s first biorefinery that will produce ethanol, furfural and acetic acid from bamboo and other non-food feedstocks. The Assam-based facility will produce 49,000 metric tons of ethanol annually, a project that was first announced back in […]

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Numaligarh Refinery Limited sign JV term sheet with Chempolis

Numaligarh Refinery Limited sign JV term sheet with Chempolis

May 17, 2016 |

In India, Numaligarh Refinery Limited has signed its term sheet with Chempolis for the joint venture to develop the country’s first biorefinery that will produce 49,000 metric tonnes of ethanol annually along with furfural and acetic acid. Bamboo will be the feedstock used for the project that is meant to be a support mechanism for […]

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3G cellulosic ethanol technology: The Digest’s 2016 8-Slide Guide to Chempolis

3G cellulosic ethanol technology: The Digest’s 2016 8-Slide Guide to Chempolis

February 15, 2016 |

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Chempolis’ cellulosic ethanol technology heads for commercial-scale in India

Chempolis’ cellulosic ethanol technology heads for commercial-scale in India

February 15, 2016 |

Chempolis’ multi-year quest to build cellulosic ethanol in India finds a happy landing. In India, €110 million joint venture cellulosic ethanol project  of Chempolis Ltd and Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) is moving towards construction after getting approval from NRL’s board. The project is expected to come online by 2019. The when and where The bamboo-based […]

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Chempolis teams with ACRID on cellulosic ethanol in India

Chempolis teams with ACRID on cellulosic ethanol in India

December 17, 2015 |

In India, Chempolis has partnered Avantha Group’s research wing ACRID to produce cellulosic ethanol and other bio-based chemicals from feedstocks such as bagasse, cane trash, rice and wheat straw, corn stems, grasses, bamboo and clean sugar. Chempolis will supply its proprietary technology for the implementation of local projects. An increase of ethanol production is expected to […]

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Chempolis signs MOU with i3L to develop biorefineries in Indoensia

Chempolis signs MOU with i3L to develop biorefineries in Indoensia

November 24, 2014 |

In Finland, Chempolis has signed an MOU with Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L) to jointly promote and develop commercial biorefinery projects. They also have agreed to jointly form a research centre with a focus on investigating the technical, economic, social, and policy aspects of developing sustainable biorefineries to catalyse the development of bioeconomy […]

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Chempolis, NRL sign MOU for Indian bamboo ethanol plant

Chempolis, NRL sign MOU for Indian bamboo ethanol plant

September 15, 2014 |

In Finland, Chempolis and Numaligarh Refinery Limited have signed an MOU to jointly study to build a biorefinery in Northeastern Indian (Assam) to produce ethanol from bamboo with furfural and acetic acid produced as co-products. The announcement comes almost a year after Chempolis signed an MOU with ONGC, India’s leading oil & gas exploration company. […]

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Chempolis signs MOU for Indian biorefinery

Chempolis signs MOU for Indian biorefinery

October 15, 2013 |

In India, Finnish company Chempolis signed an MoU with ONGC, India’s leading oil & gas exploration company. The MoU acts as a roadmap for the first biorefinery project in India. The signing ceremony took place in New Delhi in the presence of Alexander Stubb, Finland’s Foreign Trade Minister and Panabaka Lakshmi, Union Minister of State […]

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Chempolis, Henan Yinge JV for new biorefinery in China

Chempolis, Henan Yinge JV for new biorefinery in China

[ 1 ] January 24, 2011 |

In China, Chempolis Ltd and Henan Yinge Industrial Investment have established a joint venture in Luohe, Henan province, to construct a biorefinery producing 160 000 tons of non-wood papermaking fibres and biochemicals. The biorefinery will utilize the Chempolis formicofib technology using wheat straw as raw material. Total project investment will be $40 million, of which Chemopolis will […]

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