SECTIONS

HomeArticlesPodcastsJobs

DOE funds bioenergy projects at 4 universities

June 27, 2014

BY Erin Voegele

Advertisement

Advertisement

Related Stories

Neste, Lotte Chemical team up on renewable chemicals and plastics

Article image

By Neste Corp.

April 12, 2024

Chemicals

Neste and Lotte Chemical are teaming up to make chemicals and plastics more sustainable. The collaboration will see Neste providing renewable Neste RE, a raw material for chemicals and plastics made from 100% renewable raw materials.

Read More

A biorefinery in Sweden developed as a joint venture between Nordic energy group St1 and Swedish forest products company SCA on April 10 commenced commercial operations to produce SAF, renewable diesel, and biobased naphtha and LPG.

Read More

The U.S. Department of Energy will award up $18.8 million to address research and development (R&D) challenges in converting algae, such as seaweeds and other wet waste feedstocks, to biofuels and bioproducts.

Read More

The University of Missouri’s FAPRI in March released a report featuring 10-year baseline projections for U.S. agricultural markets that predicts renewable diesel and SAF production will grow over the next decade while biodiesel production declines.

Read More

California Ethanol + Power on April 3 announced that Booker Tate Ltd. will help guide sugarcane cultivation plans for Sugar Valley Energy, a proposed bioenergy project in California that is expected to produce ethanol, biogas, power and SAF.

Read More

Upcoming Events

Sign up for our e-newsletter!
BBI International Logo

@ Copyright 2024 - BBI International - All rights reserved.