Biofuels and biomaterials projects on the horizon with Accelergy/Great Plains, Coskata/GM, and GreenField/DNP Green

In the past week, several new alliances were announced regarding the scale-up of biofuels and biomaterials. First, Great Plains Oil & Exploration partnered with Accelergy for a gasification process that can use both camelina and coal to produce drop-in replacement for jet fuel. Coskata and GM Holden...

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