Neste Oil and DONG Energy scaling up microbial oil process

Neste Oil and DONG Energy recently formed a technology partnership for the development of renewable fuels from agricultural waste. The process will use DONG Energy's Inbicon pretreatment and cellulosic sugar process and Neste Oil's microbial oil process to convert straw into renewable diesel and ...

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