Thermochemical conversion of biomass in a low-oxygen environment to produce pyrolysis oil.
There is currently 35 million gallons per year (MGY) of nameplate capacity for biomass pyrolysis, and it is projected to grow to 160 MGY by 2025. This volume remains a drop in the bucket of the global biofuels space, and scale-up faces feedstock logistics issues in terms of aggregating the required amount of biomass for large-scale facilities. As conventional refiners continue to seek alternative ...
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