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  • Algae biofuels

    Biofuel from algae could be a meaningful part of the solution in the future because of its potential as an economically viable, low emissions transportation fuel. As part of the program, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company is teaming up with Synthetic Genomics (SGI) to develop, test, and produce biofuels from photosynthetic algae. Algae produce bio-oil that can be processed into biofuels ...


  • Algae: Biofuel of the future?

    In the world of alternative fuels, there may be nothing greener than pond scum. Algae are tiny biological factories that use photosynthesis to transform carbon dioxide and sunlight into energy so efficiently that they can double their weight several times a day. As part of the photosynthesis process algae produce oil and can generate 15 times more oil per acre than other plants used for biofuels, ...

  • Algae Biofuels Production Technologies Worldwide

    Involvement in the algae biofuels industry shot up by companies 550% between 2005 and 2007, driven by environmental concerns and high crude oil prices. However, oil prices have since declined, and the recent global financial crisis stymied many industries. Currently there seems to be continued interest in algae biofuels, but the industry is also plagued by excessive hype… So what is the ...


  • Research and Markets: Get Beyond the Hype in Algae Biofuel

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  • ReportsnReports - Algae Biofuels Production Technologies Worldwide

    Involvement in the algae biofuels industry shot up by companies 550% between 2005 and 2007, driven by environmental concerns and high crude oil prices. However, oil prices have since declined, and the recent global financial crisis stymied many industries. Currently there seems to be continued interest in algae biofuels, but the industry is also plagued by excessive hype… So what is the ...


  • Seaweed problem could provide algae biofuel solution

    It has often been used as a farmland fertilizer, and in some communities it is eaten as a vegetable, but now researchers believe that seaweed could power our cars and heat our homes too. One species of algae in particular, sugar kelp (Laminaria saccharina), is exciting scientists from Norway. ...


    By Climate News Network

  • NRC drives strategy to commercialize biofuel from algae

    Canada"s National Research Council is collaborating with a number of industrial partners to commercialize technologies for algae cultivation, biomass handling, oil extraction and ultimately, fuel production. NRC is committing approximately $5M in funding through the National Bioproducts Program and the ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • National Algae Association appoints biofuels expert

    The National Algae Association announces a new Research and Development collaborative to accelerate the commercialization of algae to produce multiple fuels: biodiesel, ethanol, jet fuel, hydrogen and biomass for power generation. For the new Research and Development collaborative, the National Algae Association (NAA) has appointed Will Thurmond, a leading global biofuels expert and author of the ...


    By National Algae Association

  • NRC drives strategy to commercialize biofuel from algae

    Canada’s National Research Council is collaborating with industrial partners to commercialize technologies for algae cultivation, biomass handling, oil extraction and fuel ...

  • Algae Biofuel Biology Science Education System launched

      Biodiesel Business Academy (BBA) has launched Algae Biofuel Biology Science Education System as a part of its campus biofuel initiative for serving schools, colleges and universities, as well as developing world applications. The Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) is a bioenergy crop research and development company and has highest priority to contribute to the transition ...


    By Advanced Biofuel Center

  • Hiden’s HPR-40 System and Biofuels From Algae

    Algae-based biofuels such as biodiesel or bioethanol, have significant advantages over crop-based biofuels. Algae grow at a significantly faster rate than more complex plants, they have far greater yield per unit area and they can be grown in compact, closed systems. One further advantage is the short lifespan and hence a faster cycle of testing and research into suitable biofuel candidates. It ...


    By Hiden Analytical Ltd.

  • Algae PhotoBioreactor`s convert Carbon to Biofuels

    Engineering designers from fishace technologies in Perth, Western Australia have developed a modular APB (Algae Photo Bioreactor) that can be placed at mine sites and power plant facilities to capture up to 85% of greenhouse gas emissions, blamed for global warming. APB’s captured gases include contaminants such as carbon dioxide and nitrous oxides. CO2 produced from the combustion of carbon ...

  • Tiny algae loom large in biofuel pilot projects

    The production of biofuels from algae gained new prominence this summer when ExxonMobil announced that it will invest up to $600 million in the technology. ExxonMobil and Synthetic Genomics Inc. (SGI) formed a research and development alliance in July to explore the production of biofuels from photosynthetic algae. Photosynthetic algae—such as single-celled 'microalgae' and blue-green algae—are ...

  • Shell and HR Biopetroleum build facility to grow algae for biofuel

    Royal Dutch Shell plc and HR Biopetroleum have announced the construction of a pilot facility in Hawaii to grow marine algae and produce vegetable oil for conversion into biofuel.  The announcement is a further step in Shell’s ongoing effort to develop a new generation of biofuels using sustainable, non-food raw materials.  Algae hold great promise because they grow very rapidly, are ...


  • Algae Biofuels Production Technologies Worldwide by SBI now available at ReportsandReports

    Dallas, ReportsandReports Announce it Will Carry Algae Biofuels Production Technologies Worldwide Market Research Report in its Store.  Browse the complete Report on: ...


  • Fiscal Cliff Bill Makes Algae Eligible for Biofuel Producer Credit

    As part of the bi-partisan "Fiscal Cliff" legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate on January 1, 2013, algae-derived fuels are, for the first time ever, a "qualified feedstock" under section 40 of the United States Code meaning that producers of algal fuel are eligible for a $1.01 per gallon tax credit. "Achieving tax parity with other biofuels has been a key ...


  • U.S. EPA recognizes Kuehnle AgroSystems for innovative algae biofuel work

    U.S. EPA Regional Administrator Jared Blumenfeld recognized Kuehnle AgroSystems today for the company’s innovative work in producing algae for use in biofuels as part of the Pacific Southwest region’s environmental awards program. “EPA is pleased to recognize Kuehnle AgroSystems for its innovative techniques that can turn a tank of algae into a tank of gas,” Blumenfeld ...

  • DOE Announces $8 Million In Funding For Algae-Based Biofuel Projects

    On December 15, 2016, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) of up to $8 million dollars, subject to appropriations, for innovative technologies that assist in the advancement of algae bioenergy and bioproducts. The FOA consists of two topic ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Market Research Projects Algae Biofuels Technologies Market at $1.6 Billion in 2015

    MarketResearch.com has announced the addition of the new report "SBI Bulletin: Algae Biofuels Technologies - Global Market and Product Trends 2010-2015," to their collection of Ethanol market reports. For more information, visit: ...


    By MarketResearch

  • The hottest trends for 2011: military biofuels, algae, MSW, bio-based chemicals

    Military biofuels, and bio-based chemicals were identified as the hot trends for bioenergy and bioprocessing in 2011 in a new Biofuels Digest/BIO poll which was released recently. Digest readers also identified municipal solid waste and algae as the hottest feedstocks for 2011; and military markets and oil companies as the showing fastest-growing interest in biofuels. When asked about policy ...


    By Green Power Conferences

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