Monthly Archives: August 2013

Newest cellulosic biofuel facilities

Following up on my previous post on cellulosic biofuel industry growth trends, Biomass Magazine has recently reported on two very encouraging developments: The ZeaChem demonstration-scale (0.25 Mgal/y) cellulosic ethanol production facility in Boardman, OR has started production and has received … Continue reading

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Renewable ‘fossil fuels’ from biomass?

Very interesting short note in this week’s Science about making biofuels through mimicking the process by which fossil fuels were formed (which apparently involves a lot of fungi): Out of Oil?¬† Just Add Fungi¬† (apologies if this is stuck behind … Continue reading

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