Tag: Johnson Matthey

JM and BP license waste-to-fuels technology to Fulcrum BioEnergy

JM and BP license waste-to-fuels technology to Fulcrum BioEnergy

September 30, 2018 |

In the United Kingdom, Johnson Matthey, alongside BP, signed an agreement with Fulcrum BioEnergy to license their Fischer Tropsch (FT) technology to support biofuels producer Fulcrum and their drive to convert municipal solid waste into biojet fuel. The simple to operate and cost advantaged FT technology can operate both at large and small scale to […]

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The pile-on for bionylon: ADM, Rennovia, JM accelerate the chase

The pile-on for bionylon: ADM, Rennovia, JM accelerate the chase

February 22, 2017 |

Just when we’ve chided ADM for being quieter in the sector than a Sensory Deprivation Chamber, they’ve gone and been associated with two major announcements in the week leading up to ABLC. From California we learn that Johnson Matthey and Rennovia have signed a license agreement with Archer Daniels Midland Company to provide catalyst and […]

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Johnson Matthey Process Technologies, Rennovia start-up mini-Plant for Bio-Based Glucaric Acid 

Johnson Matthey Process Technologies, Rennovia start-up mini-Plant for Bio-Based Glucaric Acid 

July 19, 2015 |

In England, Johnson Matthey Process Technologies and Rennovia announced that they have successfully started-up a mini-plant for production of glucaric acid from glucose. In March 2014, Johnson Matthey and Rennovia announced their collaboration to develop and commercialize production technology for bio-based glucaric acid and adipic acid. Adipic acid, an industrial chemical conventionally derived from petroleum, […]

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Johnson Matthey, NREL agree on 5-year, $7M effort on pyrolysis

Johnson Matthey, NREL agree on 5-year, $7M effort on pyrolysis

December 17, 2012 |

In Colorado, Johnson Matthey and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory announced a five-year, $7 million effort to economically produce drop-in gasoline, diesel and jet fuel from non-food biomass feedstocks. The goal is to improve vapor phase upgrading during the biomass pyrolysis process in order to lower costs and speed production of lignocellulose-based fuels – a […]

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Top 10 British biofuels, biochemical companies named

Top 10 British biofuels, biochemical companies named

September 3, 2012 |

In the UK, TMO Renewables, Green Biologics, British Airways, Ensus, BP, Johnson Matthey, Croda, INEOS Bio, Harvest Energy and Greenergy were named to the Top 10 among “Britain’s most progressive biofuel and biochemical companies,” by bioeconomy consulting form NNFCC. More on the story.

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