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Anellotech has developed 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 thermo chemical conversions in one processing step in a single fluidized bed reactor, using an economical, proprietary catalyst and non-food biomass feedstocks.

Anellotech has developed 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. Thes...Show all

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Phone: 845-735-7700

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401 N Middletown Road
Building 170A
Pearl River, 10965
New York, United States

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Anellotech $32.4M Mar 28, 2018
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KiOR

Pasadena, Texas, United States
Dead / InactiveKiOR Inc., a joint venture between Khosla Ventures and BIOeCON, will develop and commercialize Biomass Catalytic Cracking (BCC) technology. BCC technology converts lignocellulosic biomass into a bio-crude which is suitable for upgrading to transportation fuels. This offers commercial benefits including using harvesting waste rather than food crops; environmental sustainability; reduced reliance on fossil fuels; and enabling economic development in rural areas.The key technical problem addressed ...Show allLogin to see details

Range Fuels

Broomfield, Colorado, United States
Dead / InactiveRange Fuels is engaged in biomass conversion via gasification to syngas & catalystsLogin to see details
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