Sapphire Energy shifting focus away from biofuels

We recently spoke to James Levine, CEO of Sapphire Energy, and to little surprise he confirmed that the company's shift of focus away from biofuels production towards nutraceuticals. To be specific, the company is targeting the commercial production of Omega-3 EPA using its existing algae technol...

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