Latest developments in biobased n-butanol industry

The past quarter is brimming with announcements from the biobased n-butanol market. The news comes timely as many investors are paying closer attention to n-butanol, whose supply from conventional sources (naptha processing) is expected to dwindle in the coming years as the production of shale ga...

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