Month: March 2019

Biofuel

General Motors to ethanol: Focus on 95 octane fuel standard, or miss the window altogether

In Florida, General Motors VP Dan Nicholson told delegates at the National Ethanol Conference that “High octane is essential to realize better efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions,” but warned the US ethanol industry to get…

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Biomass

BASF is the first chemical company to certify biomass balanced products according to the new REDcert2 standard for the chemical industry

BASF is going to certify its biomass balanced products according to the new REDcert2 standard for the chemical industry by the end of 2019 – thereby, it will be the first company in the industry.

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Bioeconomy

Kansas Ethanol, LLC Signs Agreement To Use Enogen Corn From Syngenta

Syngenta today announced a three-year marketing agreement with Kansas Ethanol, LLC to use Enogen corn enzyme technology at its 80 million-gallon ethanol plant in Lyons, Kansas.

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