Algenol and Dow Chemical team up on algae-ethanol demonstration plant

We recently spoke with Paul Woods, CEO of Algenol Biofuels (see the December 9, 2008 LRBJ), about the announcement that Dow Chemical and Algenol plan to jointly construct and operate a demonstration-scale plant on 24 acres of land adjacent to one of Dow's manufacturing sites in Freeport, Texas. Acco...

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