Solazyme and Bunge begin construction on renewable oils facility in Brazil

In April, Solazyme formed a joint venture with Bunge, which will operate under the name Solazyme Bunge Produtos Renováveis. Last week, the two companies began construction on a 100,000 metric ton (roughly 30 MGY) oil production facility, as planned. The facility will be located near Bunge’s sugarcan...

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