Tag: BioGasol

It’s 2014: get cracking!

It’s 2014: get cracking!

January 29, 2014 |

Hydrotreating, catalytic cracking, pyrolysis, metathesis, supercritical, and catalytic reforming. It’s the big new wave heading for biofuels and biobased chemicals at scale. The secret word in the bioeconomy for 2014 starts with a C. Carbon? Chemicals? Cellulosic? Close, but guess again. Yep, it’s cracking. That is, breaking down the biobased feedstock with heat, pressure and […]

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BioGasol delivers first CarboFrac units to Sweetwater Energy

BioGasol delivers first CarboFrac units to Sweetwater Energy

April 18, 2013 |

In Washington DC, at the Advanced Biofuels Leadership Conference, Sweetwater Energy announed that BioGasol completed delivery of its first commercial biomass pretreatment system. The cellulosic sugar producer will use the unit, a Carbofrac 10, in its demonstration facility to produce pretreated biomass for use in downstream processes. BioGasol’s reactor design allows for the cost efficient […]

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BioGasol sells first Carbofrac unit to Sweetwater Energy

BioGasol sells first Carbofrac unit to Sweetwater Energy

January 10, 2013 |

In Denmark, BioGasol announced the completion of the first sale of its Carbofrac 400 pretreatment reactor to Sweetwater Energy. The Rochester, NY-based cellulosic sugar producer will use the reactor, designed to treat lignocellulosic feedstock before fermentation, as part of a decentralised sugar manufacturing unit for use by Ace Ethanol, a Stanley, WI-based corn ethanol producer. […]

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Sweetwater Energy, BioGasol form renewable sugars strategic partnership

Sweetwater Energy, BioGasol form renewable sugars strategic partnership

April 11, 2012 |

In New York state, Sweetwater Energy has entered into a strategic partnership with Danish company BioGasol to enhance sugar extraction from biomass using BioGasol’s pretreatment technology, Carbofrac to enhance Sweetwater’s cellulosic processes, who produces low-cost sugars and then sells these sugars to refineries for biofuels, biochemicals and bioplastics.

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