Gasification, ethanol, and capital intensity highlighted at MSW to fuels conference

Last week, we attended the Municipal Solid Waste to Biofuels Summit 2011, where waste managers, gasifiers, regulators, and financiers met to discuss the conversion of municipal solid waste (MSW) to fuels. The majority of the talks, and many of the conversations in between, focused on the various cha...

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