ASTM approves DSHC process for jet fuel, opening the door for Amyris and Total's farnesene JV

ASTM International announced in June 2013 the approval of Synthesized Iso-Parraffinic (SIP) use in jet fuel. SIP is the product of the more commonly known direct sugar to hydrocarbon (DSHC) pathway that uses genetically modified microorganisms to ferment sugars to a hydrocarbon product that is hy...

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