Coskata switches to natural gas feedstock for ethanol production process

Last week, syngas fermentation company Coskata announced a shifting strategy from biomass to natural gas feedstock. Coskata developed an organism to convert syngas into ethanol, and had previously been planning to source the syngas from biomass gasification. While cheap natural gas is certainly stim...

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