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NTU Singapore scientists convert waste paper into component for lithium-ion batteries

NTU Singapore scientists convert waste paper into component for lithium-ion batteries

December 1, 2022 |

In Singapore, scientists from NTU Singapore have developed a technique to convert waste paper, from single-use packaging and bags, and cardboard boxes, into a crucial component of lithium-ion batteries. Through a process called carbonisation which converts paper into pure carbon, the NTU researchers turned the paper’s fibres into electrodes, which can be made into rechargeable […]

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Abendroth Fortel releases renewable diesel and SAF rates for Asian markets

Abendroth Fortel releases renewable diesel and SAF rates for Asian markets

November 28, 2022 |

In Singapore, Abendroth Fortel announced the release of new renewable diesel and SAF rates for the Asian markets. As countries in the region aim to cut their greenhouse gas emissions, this pricing is designed to fulfill the growing need for greater transparency in renewable fuel markets. Recently, countries like China, Japan, and South Korea have […]

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Singaporean scientists convert waste paper waste into people want the public to intervene.

Singaporean scientists convert waste paper waste into people want the public to intervene.

November 23, 2022 |

In Singapore, scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a technique to convert waste paper, from single-use packaging and bags, and cardboard boxes, into a crucial component of lithium-ion batteries. Through a process called carbonization which converts paper into pure carbon, the NTU researchers turned the paper’s fibers into electrodes, which can […]

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ScaleUp Bio to launch two precision fermentation facilities for start-ups

ScaleUp Bio to launch two precision fermentation facilities for start-ups

October 26, 2022 |

In Singapore, ScaleUp Bio will launch two precision fermentation facilities for start-ups to use during their product development phase in an effort to help bridge the gap for early-stage companies in Southeast Asia. The first facility will be in central Singapore at the Nurasa’s Food Tech Innovation Centre, hosted together with the Singapore Agency for […]

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Meatiply unveils trio of lab-grown meat prototypes

Meatiply unveils trio of lab-grown meat prototypes

October 10, 2022 |

In Singapore, Meatiply has unveiled three lab-grown meat prototypes—smoked duck breast, kampong chicken yakitori, and chicken katsu bites.  The prototypes are a mix of lab-grown muscle and fat and plant-based ingredients to better mimic conventional meat’s taste and texture.  “We developed a versatile platform that allows us to isolate and cultivate a variety of cells […]

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Proterra Investment Partners Asia invests in Apeiron Bioenergy

Proterra Investment Partners Asia invests in Apeiron Bioenergy

October 6, 2022 |

In Singapore, Apeiron Bioenergy has entered into an equity investment agreement with Proterra Investment Partners Asia. The proceeds will be used to increase the number of collection points and upgrade existing processing plants to produce feedstocks of higher specifications. Apeiron Bioenergy has recently closed a separate equity financing round from Mitsui Chemicals. Both investments are […]

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Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore develops bio-bunker framework

Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore develops bio-bunker framework

October 6, 2022 |

In Singapore, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has developed a framework to allow licensed bunker suppliers to supply biofuel within the Port of Singapore to support trials conducted by vessels provided that the conditions of the framework are adhered to. For the supply of biofuel to support trials on vessels, the bunker supplier […]

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Cargill to expand Singapore-based marine biofuel trials

Cargill to expand Singapore-based marine biofuel trials

October 5, 2022 |

In Singapore, Reuters reports Cargill means to rapidly shift in the marine decarbonization through biodiesel- and methanol-fueled ships. Following previous biofuel trials earlier in the year using 12,000 metric tons of biofuels, a next round of trials is expected in mid-2023 using 50,000 tons of biofuels. The use of methanol is likely to come from […]

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Orient Overseas Container Line successfully trials B22 with Chevron

Orient Overseas Container Line successfully trials B22 with Chevron

September 28, 2022 |

In Singapore, Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd. (OOCL) announced the successful completion of the trial use of marine biofuel supplied by leading global energy company, Chevron Singapore Pte Ltd. on M.V. “OOCL YOKOHAMA”. This is the first time that OOCL has trialled the use of biofuel in its fleet. On June 24, the M.V. “OOCL […]

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Neste sees 10% SAF blending mandate achievable by 2030

Neste sees 10% SAF blending mandate achievable by 2030

September 28, 2022 |

In Singapore, Platts reports that Neste believes achieving 10% SAF blending by 2030 is completely achievable thanks to the policy drivers that have been building momentum in recent years. The Asian Pacific region is behind the US and Europe in using SAF, but the company believes that leadership from Singapore and New Zealand could help […]

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