Tag: Ineos Bio

Heard on the Floor at the DOE’s Biomass 2014 conference: US Navy, Abengoa, INEOS Bio, LanzaTech in the newsmix

Heard on the Floor at the DOE’s Biomass 2014 conference: US Navy, Abengoa, INEOS Bio, LanzaTech in the newsmix

July 30, 2014 |

Captain James C. Goudreau, Director, Navy Energy Coordination Office Stay the course. There is always risk, always naysayers. When we moved from sail to coal, coal to oil, oil to nuclear, there were always people who said we had the wrong idea, or there was no need. Nothing more difficult more perilous than to take […]

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INEOS Bio: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

INEOS Bio: Biofuels Digest’s 2014 5-Minute Guide

February 23, 2014 |

Company description: INEOS Bio is a BioEnergy company commercializing and licensing its novel thermo-chemical and bio-chemical technology for the production of renewable biofuels and renewable energy from a wide range of low-cost carbon materials. The company’s initial focus is the commercialization of its leading third-generation ethanol technology process to serve the global renewable fuels and […]

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Why Waste? 10 Hot waste-to-fuels projects

Why Waste? 10 Hot waste-to-fuels projects

August 5, 2013 |

Today, we look at the 10 Hottest Waste to fuels companies, their prospects and their projects.  So you’ve heard the bad news: climate change is here. The economy is too weak to do anything about it, they say. Natural gas is transformationally cheap, but try filling your car with it. Meanwhile, temperatures are rising, storms […]

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INEOS Bio produces cellulosic ethanol from waste, at commercial scale – print-friendly

INEOS Bio produces cellulosic ethanol from waste, at commercial scale – print-friendly

August 1, 2013 |

Cash from Trash: The Heroes from Vero are making renewable fuel in commercial quantities from ag waste and MSW in South Florida. The Digest speaks with INEOS Bio CEO Peter WIlliams and COO Mark Niederschulte about the world’s first  facility to convert waste to fuel and electricity. In Florida, INEOS Bio announced that its Indian […]

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INEOS Bio produces cellulosic ethanol from waste, at commercial scale

INEOS Bio produces cellulosic ethanol from waste, at commercial scale

August 1, 2013 |

Cash from Trash: The Heroes from Vero are making renewable fuel in commercial quantities from ag waste and MSW in South Florida. The Digest speaks with INEOS Bio CEO Peter WIlliams and COO Mark Niederschulte about the world’s first  facility to convert waste to fuel and electricity. In Florida, INEOS Bio announced that its Indian […]

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INEOS Bio begins shipments of commercial scale cellulosic ethanol from August

INEOS Bio begins shipments of commercial scale cellulosic ethanol from August

July 31, 2013 |

In Florida, INEOS Bio announced that its Indian River BioEnergy Center (Center) is now producing cellulosic ethanol at commercial scale. First ethanol shipments will be released in August. This is the first commercial-scale production in the world using INEOS Bio’s breakthrough gasification and fermentation technology for conversion of biomass waste into bioethanol and renewable power. […]

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Biofuels Digest’s 5-Minute Guide to Loan Guarantees: who got ‘em, what’re they doing?

Biofuels Digest’s 5-Minute Guide to Loan Guarantees: who got ‘em, what’re they doing?

July 29, 2013 |

The Landscape   In today’s Digest – visit our 5-Minute Guide to Loan Guarantees — INEOS Bio, Myriant, Sapphire Energy, Abengoa, Chemtex, Enerkem, Fiberight, Fulcrum, ZeaChem – Plus POET-DSM, Diamond Green Diesel, Coskata and Range Fuels – by following the page links below.

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Frugal Fuels: Top 12 ways to transform biofuels using materials already around us

Frugal Fuels: Top 12 ways to transform biofuels using materials already around us

May 31, 2013 |

REduce, REuse, REcycle. REnewable energy sometimes means REthinking, REfocusing. Great ideas abound for new feedstocks, and novel infrastructure. We admire so many of them. Jatropha, carinata, switchgrass, sweet sorghum, blender pumps, systems-at-sea. And so much more. But what about technologies that bolt-on a different processing unit, but keeps everything else the same. Or uses an […]

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The Force: the Cellulosic biofuels tax credit is back, but is it really needed?

The Force: the Cellulosic biofuels tax credit is back, but is it really needed?

January 3, 2013 |

Finding it hard to explain to taxpayers why the PTC is needed, for the jump to cellulosic biofuels lightspeed, or to ward off predatory fossil-fuel evildoers? Turns out, The Force may not be needed after all.  So, the fiscal cliff was averted in a last minute-deal by DC lawmakers. Sort of. For now. Or […]

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12 Bellwether Biofuels Projects for 2013

12 Bellwether Biofuels Projects for 2013

January 1, 2013 |

A long war of opinion has been waged for years between advanced biofuels’ detractors and supporters. Mirage or reality? Completion of 6 key projects 2012 decided much of the debate. When these 12 projects open for business (or not) in 2013, you’ll know for sure. Advanced, next-generation biofuels are on the march, say the supporters. […]

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