Clariant claims cellulosic cost cuts, and U.S. Navy makes the cost-based case for biofuel scaleup

We recently participated in the Advanced Biofuels Markets conference in San Francisco, California. Among the others attending and presenting were a number of large global companies like Albemarle, UOP, Haldor Topsøe, and Alfa-Laval, providing catalysts, equipment, capital, and other resources needed...

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