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Woodland Biofuels


Unattributed VC | Alive

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Last Raised

$12M | 12 yrs ago

About Woodland Biofuels

Woodland Biofuels Inc. aims to build and sells emission-free plants that manufacture industrial chemicals and fuels, such as ethanol, from renewable resources.

Headquarters Location

220 Superior Boulevard

Mississauga, Ontario, L5T 2L2,


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Woodland Biofuels Patents

Woodland Biofuels has filed 3 patents.

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Chemical processes, Industrial gases, Fuel gas, Synthetic fuel technologies, Gas technologies


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Chemical processes, Industrial gases, Fuel gas, Synthetic fuel technologies, Gas technologies



Latest Woodland Biofuels News

Woodland Biofuels’s Sarnia future will depend on CCS opportunities

Nov 17, 2021

Woodland Biofuels’s Sarnia future will depend on CCS opportunities In Canada, the St. Thomas Times Journal reports Woodland Biofuels is looking at other biomass-based products than ethanol as it looks to scale up in Sarnia now that they’re becoming more competitive with fossil-based products. RNG and carbon-negative hydrogen are amongst the potential options but whether or not carbon sequestration will be possible at Sarnia is a key deciding factor at the moment. The company’s CEO hopes the question about CCS infrastructure in the area will be answered in the next few months.

Woodland Biofuels Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Woodland Biofuels's headquarters?

    Woodland Biofuels's headquarters is located at 220 Superior Boulevard, Mississauga.

  • What is Woodland Biofuels's latest funding round?

    Woodland Biofuels's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.

  • How much did Woodland Biofuels raise?

    Woodland Biofuels raised a total of $21.8M.

  • Who are the investors of Woodland Biofuels?

    Investors of Woodland Biofuels include Investeco Capital, Ontario Emerging Technologies Fund and Sustainable Development Technology Canada.

  • Who are Woodland Biofuels's competitors?

    Competitors of Woodland Biofuels include Cellana, LS9, Qteros, Garbrook Knowledge Resources, Renewable Oil International and 11 more.

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