KiOR files for $100 million IPO: How long will the biofuels IPO window stay open?

Earlier this month, pyrolysis company KiOR filed a $100 million initial public offering (IPO). The Khosla-backed company converts wood chips and other cellulosic feedstock into biocrude using pyrolysis and a catalytic process. The bio-crude can then be further refined in a conventional hydrotreater ...

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