Core BioFuels aims for $100M biogasoline project

September 29, 2010 |

Core BioFuels announced plans to build a $100 million 92 octane biogasoline plant that will employ 40-50 people and begin operations by the end of 2012. The plant will use new technology to turn wood chips into ethanol using gasification and catalytic reactors.  Technology for gasification of wood chips for co-generation is not new, but it has now been combined with catalytic reactors used in petrochemical refining to produce liquid fuel.

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