Three key takeaways to consider before building a biorefinery

Macroeconomic headwinds have forced the bio-based industry to evolve as emerging technologies realign to the latest market realities (see the report "Alternative Fuels Year in Review"). With low oil prices, many alternative fuels companies desperately pivoted business models for higher-value mark...

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