Tag: Sarnia

Comet Bio puts Sarnia plans on hold

Comet Bio puts Sarnia plans on hold

April 2, 2019 |

In Canada, local press reports that Comet Bio has halted plans to co-locate a cellulosic sugar production plant in Sarnia despite plans that the project was meant to come online this year because of a strategic shift to focus on fiber and high-fiber sweeteners instead. Bioindustrial Innovation Canada said Comet Bio was running into trouble […]

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Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership welcomes Imtex Membranes to the region

Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership welcomes Imtex Membranes to the region

February 10, 2019 |

In Canada, the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership announced that Imtex Membranes Corp. will be constructing a scaled demonstration site located within the Sarnia-Lambton Hybrid Chemistry Cluster. The demonstration site will showcase Imtex’s patented gas separation process called Permylene. Achieving a greater than 99.5% purification rate, Permylene helps extract chemicals such as ethylene, propylene, and butene from […]

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A Biomass to Sugar Value Chain: The Digest’s 8-Slide Guide to Canada’s Sarnia biocluster

A Biomass to Sugar Value Chain: The Digest’s 8-Slide Guide to Canada’s Sarnia biocluster

June 13, 2016 |

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It depends: Heard on the Floor at ABLC Feedstocks

It depends: Heard on the Floor at ABLC Feedstocks

June 7, 2016 |

At this time in the story of the advanced bioeconomy, the questions from investors can be singularly testing and focused, and the answers can too often become some version of “it depends”. Sometimes I wonder about the look of investors when they get that answer, and then I wonder if that’s how Depend, the adult […]

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Woodland Biofuels to open wood-to-ethanol plant by year’s end

Woodland Biofuels to open wood-to-ethanol plant by year’s end

October 15, 2012 |

In Canada, Woodland Biofuels has finished construction on its $12-million demonstration plant in Sarnia, and expects to begin producing ethanol from wood waste before the end of 2012. Located at the Western University Research Park’s Bioindustrial Innovation Center, the plant will employ 10 staff and showcase the company’s technologies to produce fuel ethanol from wood […]

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