Enerkem files for IPO, challenging the market's appetite for alt fuel investments

Last week, waste-to-fuels company Enerkem filed for a proposed $125 million initial public offering (IPO). The filing comes shortly after the Canadian company raised C$15 million in December (see the December 20, 2011 LRAFJ) and $60 million last June from investors Waste Management and Valero, among...

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