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catchlights

[′kach‚līts]
(graphic arts)
Reflections of light sources in a subject's eyes or eyeglasses.
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Matt Andrews Photography and videographer Brian Oliver of Catchlight Cinema documented the memories of the day.
The end result is Catchlight Energy LLC, which will have offices at Weyerhaeuser's Federal Way, Wash.
The alliance members include: Washington State University, Gevo, Weyerhaeuser, Catchlight Energy (a joint venture between Chevron & Weyerhaeuser), Oregon State University, Pennsylvania State University and the University of Minnesota.
Other NARA members include Weyerhaeuser, Catchlight Energy, Oregon State University, Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Minnesota.
a next-generation renewable fuels company, and Catchlight Energy LLC (CLE), a 50-50 joint venture between subsidiaries of Chevron Corporation and Weyerhaeuser Company focused on providing liquid transportation fuels from sustainable forest-based resources, announced that they have signed a feedstock supply agreement.
a next-generation renewable fuels company, and Catchlight Energy LLC (CLE), a 50-50 joint venture between subsidiaries of Chevron Corporation and Weyerhaeuser Company focused on providing liquid transportation fuels from sustainable forest-based resources, announced today that they have signed a conditional offtake agreement for CLE to purchase gasoline and diesel fuel blendstocks from KiOR's first commercial production facility in Columbus, Mississippi.
Catchlight Energy, LLC, Colorado School of Mines, Iowa State University, Los Alamos National Laboratory, RTI International, Tesoro companies, Inc.
Weyerhaeuser and Chevron formed Catchlight Energy LLC, a joint venture that will research and develop technology for converting cellulose-based biomass into economical, low-carbon biofuels.
one of the nation's largest forest products companies, Chevron formed Catchlight Energy LLC to develop the next generation of renewable transportation fuels from nonfood sources.
Mike Burnside, president and CEO, Catchlight Energy LLC, a Chevron-Weyerhaeuser Joint Venture;
Densmore Hunter, chief technology officer of Catchlight Energy LLC, a Chevron / Weyerhaeuser joint venture.
Scheduled plenary speakers include Mike Burnside, president and CEO, Catchlight Energy, LLC, a Chevron-Weyerhaeuser Joint Venture formed in February 2008 to research and develop technology for converting cellulose-based biomass into economical, low-carbon biofuels.