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BUSINESS & ECONOMICS :: PLANT WATCH, MERGERS AND BUSINESS NEWS
April 22, 2010
ZeaChem Inc. (Lakewood, Col.; www.zeachem.com today announced it has produced commercial grade ethyl acetate, thereby proving its core technology platform. Ethyl acetate is a widely-used chemical intermediate that can be sold directly to chemical...
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PROCESSING & HANDLING :: REACTION ENGINEERING :: BIOCHEMISTRY
July 1, 2010
With bio-based chemical production growing, and several newer companies ready to enter commercial production, indications are that biologically derived chemicals will be an increasing force in the petrochemicals market. But bio-based chemical...
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ONLY ON CHE.COM :: LATEST NEWS
May 16, 2011
ZeaChem Inc. (Lakewood, Colo.; www.zeachem.com) a developer of biorefineries for the conversion of renewable biomass into sustainable fuels and chemicals, today announced it has signed a long-term binding term sheet with GreenWood Tree Farm Fund...
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ONLY ON CHE.COM :: LATEST NEWS
January 26, 2012
ZeaChem Inc. (Lakewood, Colo.; www.zeachem.com), a developer of biorefineries for the conversion of renewable biomass into sustainable fuels and chemicals, today announced it has been selected for a $232.5 million loan guarantee from the U.S...
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ONLY ON CHE.COM :: LATEST NEWS
January 5, 2012
ZeaChem Inc. (Lakewood, Colo.; www.zeachem.com), today announced it has completed construction of the core facility for its new integrated demonstration biorefinery in Boardman, Oregon. The company has developed a cellulose-based biorefinery...
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ONLY ON CHE.COM :: LATEST NEWS
October 29, 2012
Biorefinery developer ZeaChem Inc. (Lakewood, Colo.; www.zeachem.com) today announced that it has completed construction of its 250,000 gal/yr cellulosic ethanol biorefinery in Boardman, Oregon. The project was completed on budget and is expected...
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ONLY ON CHE.COM :: LATEST NEWS
September 28, 2011
The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA; Washington, D.C.; www.usda.gov) today announced five major grants that focus on developing biomass-derived fuels, in part for aviation. The research and development awards, which total $136 million over five...
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CHEMENTATOR
March 1, 2010
The ethanol yield from biomass has been increased by about 50% over conventional yields in a process developed by ZeaChem Inc. (Lakewood, Colo.; www.zeachem.com). ZeaChem has tested the process (diagram) in a 3,500-gal fermenter and will activate a...
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NEWS
July 15, 2008
Ethanol could be produced for less than $1/gal through a new process developed by ZeaChem, Inc. (Lakewood, Colo.; edlinks.che.com/7374-531). The company has piloted the process (flowsheet) and plans to start up a 1.5-million-gal/yr full-scale...
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NEWS
May 1, 2010
Last year (2009) was a record year for U.S. ethanol production, with 200 biorefineries producing an estimated 10.6-billion gallons, according to the Renewable Fuels Assoc. (RFA; Washington, D.C.; www.ethanolrfa.org) in its recently published...
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ONLY ON CHE.COM :: LATEST NEWS
August 15, 2012
The bio-based materials and chemicals industry needs to tap newer, non-food sources of biomass and cellulosic material and raise volumes of feedstock before it can emerge as an economically viable alternative to petroleum-based products, according...
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NEWS - CHEMENTATOR
January 1, 2003
DOE research awards DOE research awards News - Chementator Gerald Parkinson 1041397200 Biochemicals,Biofuels,Biomass,Ethanol,Glass Fibers The U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE; Washington, D.C.; doe.gov)...
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