Shell announces pilot plant to produce gasoline with Virent's technology

Last week, Royal Dutch Shell announced that it "has built a next-generation biofuels pilot plant" in Houston to produce "drop-in biofuels." Notably, the facility will use Virent's thermocatalytic process to produce gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel (see the August 16, 2011 LRAFJ for more information on...

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