biorefinery


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biorefinery

[¦bī·ō·ri¦fīn·rē]
(biochemistry)
A large, integrated processing facility that produces chemicals and biochemicals from plant matter, wood waste, and waste paper.
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Commencement of MSF Sugars agave trial is a major milestone in the companys journey to develop its $60 million biorefinery complex, Mr Dick said.
5m was used for capital improvements at the biorefinery facility through July 2016.
REG paid Sanimax USD 11m in cash and issued 500,000 shares of REG common stock in exchange for the biorefinery and related assets.
The biorefinery is the world's largest cellulosic ethanol plant, with the capacity to produce 30 million gallons per year of clean fuel that offers a 90 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions as compared to gasoline.
Covering: This market study segments the global biorefinery market by technology and includes segments like industrial biotechnology, thermochemical, and physico-chemical.
Credited as being the world's largest cellulosic ethanol plant, DuPont's biorefinery is capable of producing 30mn gallons per year of clean fuel.
Part two, Conversion Processes, examines the process of biomass conversion in a biorefinery, including the chemistry of specific processing methods and an overview of the operation of an algal biorefinery.
In principle, a biorefinery works like the petroleum version: a complex mixture of substances is separated into individual components and partially refined, chemically converted into other, more useful compounds.
The role of the Valor-Plus consortium is to develop an Integrated' biorefinery for multiple bulk and high-value product streams.
a high-growth specialty chemicals company, announced it has selected URS Corporation to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for its second world-scale biorefinery in Natchez, Miss.
Bioprocessing technologies in biorefinery for sustainable production of fuels, chemicals, and polymers.