Raizen begins production at 10.6 MGY cellulosic ethanol facility in Brazil

In December 2014, Raizen began production at its 10.6 MGY cellulosic ethanol facility co-located next to its Costa Pinto sugarcane mill. Raizen, a Cosan and Shell joint venture (JV), is licensing Iogen's pretreatment technology and Novozymes cellulase enzymes to convert both sugarcane bagasse and...

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