January 2009

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: North America

Terrabon, LLC, recently completed its new advanced biofuels research facility in Bryan, Texas. The company plans to use its technology to convert readily available, low-cost, non-food biomass into ch..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Terrabon, LLC, recently completed its new advanced biofuels research facility in Bryan, Texas. The company plans to use its technology to convert readily available, low-cost, non-food biomass into chemicals that can be processed into renewable gasoline. The process is based on a simple technology inspired by the digestive system of a cow. Terrabon plans to joint venture and license its technologies with other companies and municipalities.   Raven Biofuels International Corp. plans to develop an ethanol biorefinery with Price Biostock in the Gulf Opportunity Zone of Mississippi. The feedstock to be utilized for the biorefinery will be locally sourced wood and wood waste. The proje

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