Tag: Agrisoma

4 Minutes with…Steven Fabijanski, President and CEO, Agrisoma

4 Minutes with…Steven Fabijanski, President and CEO, Agrisoma

October 2, 2014 |

Tell us about your organization and it’s role in the Advanced Bioeconomy. We have commercialized a non-food, sustainable crop that provides a high quality oil for diesel and jet fuels, leveraging the existing agriculture infrastructure to achieve scale and economic supply. A drop in crop for agriculture with a good fit for the most challenging […]

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Canada gives thumbs up to Agrisoma’s carinata meal

Canada gives thumbs up to Agrisoma’s carinata meal

June 25, 2014 |

Clears way for oilseeds to advance market penetration; impacts expected in feed markets, biofuels and biojet. Meanwhile, Agrisoma deploys technology to launch varietals better, faster. In Canada,  Agrisoma Biosciences and PGF Biofuels announced that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency gave regulatory approval for Brassica carinata meal for use in feed for grower and finisher beef cattle in Canada. Marketed […]

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On the Move in Biofuels: Agrisoma

On the Move in Biofuels: Agrisoma

January 30, 2014 |

In Canada, Agrisoma Biosciences announced that John Plaza will join Agrisoma’s Board of Directors as Calyx Bio-Ventures’ nominee. Plaza is president, CEO and founder of Imperium Renewables in Seattle, Washington.

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Active and Passive: Competing Voices in Biofuels Design

Active and Passive: Competing Voices in Biofuels Design

November 28, 2012 |

Biofuels technologies aim for passive design, active reactions as they aim to compete at world-scale. Where is passive design making a difference – and where are activity rates changing outcomes? Extraction, extraction, extraction – there’s the ultimate competitive foe. Generally, renewables compete in the short term against fossil fuel prices – but in the long-term, […]

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Era of 100% petroleum-free aviation debuts with first all-biofuels flight in Canada

Era of 100% petroleum-free aviation debuts with first all-biofuels flight in Canada

October 30, 2012 |

In California, Aemetis announced at Advanced Biofuels Markets the world’s first flight segment on 100% renewable, drop-in biofuel, conducted by the National Research Council of Canada using its Falcon 20 jet. The drop-in fuel was produced using AgrisomaResonance Energy Feedstock, a dedicated industrial oilseed that was launched at commercial scale in 2012 across a broad […]

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Paterson Grain to distribute Canadian oilseed

Paterson Grain to distribute Canadian oilseed

April 9, 2012 |

In Canada, Paterson Grain has been contracted to distribute Canada’s first commercial oilseed aimed primarily at the biofuel industry. The seed, a carinata variety developed for the Praries’ brown soil zone, yielded an oil content of 44 percent. “The commercial introduction of Resonance to the marketplace is the final link in the biojet-fuel value chain […]

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20% more in the field, 20% less at the pump

20% more in the field, 20% less at the pump

October 5, 2011 |

The new generation of biofuels feedstocks, processing technologies and engines are challenging every assumption made about the cost-benefits, acreage requirements, and energy and water inputs required.Is technology making every previous analysis of gasoline-vs-alternatives obsolete? In Canada, Agrisoma CEO Steve Fabijanski outlined his company’s plan to challenge canola for dominance in Canadian oilseed production with the […]

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Rosetta Green, Agrisoma land 3-year grant for non-food biofuels R&D using microRNAs

Rosetta Green, Agrisoma land 3-year grant for non-food biofuels R&D using microRNAs

August 2, 2011 |

In Israel, Rosetta Green has received a $400,000 three-year grant from the Canada-Israel Industrial Research & Development Foundation (CIIRDF), for the development of enhanced non-food crops for biofuel production, including biojet fuel. Rosetta Green will cooperate with Agrisoma Biosciences Inc., a Canadian company focused on developing energy feedstock crops with enhanced yield and high quality […]

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