Coskata

  • Gasifies carbonaceous feedstocks such as wood chips and MSW, and converts to ethanol via anaerobic, engineered microorganisms
  • Closed new funding that brought in French oil giant Total
  • Claims that low-temperature and -pressure process biochemical catalysis enables lower scale and capex
  • Basic plant desig...
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