BP abandons U.S. cellulosic ethanol market

BP recently announced plans to cancel its 36 million gallons per year (MGY), $300 million cellulosic ethanol plant in Florida. The company originally announced plans to jointly develop this plant with Verenium Corp., a company BP has since bought for $98.3 million (see the July 20, 2010 LRAFJ). With...

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