KiOR produces cellulosic fuel but must ramp up facility before it's too late

KiOR's financial results of Q1 2013 marks the first earnings call since KiOR shipped its first batch of cellulosic fuel (see the March 26, 2013 LRAFJ) from its 13 million gallons per year (MGY) Columbus, Mississippi, facility. On the call, KiOR noted it produced about 5,000 gallons of cellulosic ...

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