DuPont announces licensing agreement for 30 MGY cellulosic ethanol plant in China

Last week, DuPont announced a licensing agreement with New Tianlong Industry (NTL) for a 30 million gallon per year cellulosic ethanol facility in Siping City, Jilin Province, China. DuPont will provide NTL with its alkali pretreatment-based cellulosic ethanol technology and Accellerase enzymes t...

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