Air Liquide Engineering & Construction has received a new contract for engineering and supply of a biodiesel plant in Wichita Kansas, US.
Diamond Green Diesel initiates engineering review for proposed expansion to 550 million gallons annually.
Enerkem’s waste-to-biofuel facility has received US EPA approval to sell its ethanol under the US Renewable Fuel Standard.
Based on positive findings, ExxonMobil and REG have agreed to extend their research programme on converting cellulosic sugars into biodiesel.
Velocys has signed a site option agreement with Adams County, Mississippi, for its first US biorefinery.
ChemCatBio, a Department of Energy consortium, has collaborated with Gevo to optimise ethanol-to-olefins catalyst performance.
Enerkem has started the commercial production of cellulosic ethanol at its biofuels facility in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Supported by Vopak, Koch Supply & Trading Mexico is bringing its first imports of ultra-low sulfur diesel to the Mexican market.