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About Anellotech

Anellotech develops a clean technology platform for inexpensively producing petrochemicals from renewable non-food biomass. Anellotech's products will be profitable and priced competitively to their identical petroleum-derived counterparts. These excellent economics are achieved by performing the thermochemical conversions in one processing step in a single fluidized bed reactor, using an economical, proprietary catalyst and non-food biomass feedstocks.

Headquarters Location

401 N Middletown Road Building 170A

Pearl River, New York, 10965,

United States


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Anellotech Patents

Anellotech has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Chemical processes
  • Biofuels
  • Commodity chemicals
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Chemical processes, Biodegradable waste management, Waste treatment technology, Biofuels, Industrial gases


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Chemical processes, Biodegradable waste management, Waste treatment technology, Biofuels, Industrial gases



Latest Anellotech News

The Digest’s 2022 Multi-Slide ABLC Guide to Anellotech

Nov 10, 2022

The Digest’s 2022 Multi-Slide ABLC Guide to Anellotech Founded in 2008, Anellotech is a sustainable technology company that has invented and is developing innovative technologies to produce cost effective, renewable chemical and to recycle mixed plastics. Over the past years Anellotech has raised over US$80 million in cash and in-kind contributions to develop its patented Bio-TCat technology, an efficient thermal catalytic process for converting biomass into benzene, toluene and xylene, which are chemically identical to their petroleum-based counterparts. The process has been extensively demonstrated with loblolly pine feedstocks at Anellotech’s TCat-8® pilot plant in Silsbee, Texas. Engineering work to design the first commercial plant has been completed by Anellotech and its R&D, engineering and licensing partners IFPEN and Axens. Work to obtain capital funding, partners and an industrial site is underway. Anellotech CEO David Sudolsky returned to the ABLC stage at ABLC Next 2022 for a presentation on Anellotech’s progress and projects, including their formative partnerships with Johnson Matthey, IFPEN, Axens, Suntory and Toyota Tsusho. Prev1 of 34 Next

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Anellotech Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Anellotech's headquarters?

    Anellotech's headquarters is located at 401 N Middletown Road, Pearl River.

  • What is Anellotech's latest funding round?

    Anellotech's latest funding round is Project Finance - III.

  • How much did Anellotech raise?

    Anellotech raised a total of $33.03M.

  • Who are the investors of Anellotech?

    Investors of Anellotech include R Plus Japan, Paycheck Protection Program, Suntory Beverage & Food, Toyota Tsusho, Empire State Development and 4 more.

  • Who are Anellotech's competitors?

    Competitors of Anellotech include KiOR, Range Fuels, Zymetis, ClearFuels Technology, ZeroPoint Clean Technology and 11 more.

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