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Biorefineries equipment for Bioenergy

  • SunCoal - Bio Based Chemicals

    Since 2015, SunCoal has been developing its Biorefinery Technology for the conversion of lignocellulosics to bio-based platform chemicals which can be used in material applications in the chemical industry. Suitable feedstocks are hydrolysates, carbohydrates or sugars. Bio-based chemicals produced by SunCoal's Biorefinery Technology can range in ...

    By SunCoal Industries GmbH based in Ludwigsfelde, GERMANY.

  • Biofuels Catalyst

    A number of novel pathways are being developed for producing advanced biofuels via catalysis with the goal of producing a renewable transportation fuel (drop-in biofuel) that can be used in conventional engines and existing infrastructure. These advanced biofuels and cellulosic biofuels require technologies that will efficiently and economically ...

    By W. R. Grace & Co. based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA). from Catalysts Product line

  • Biorefinery Process System

    A biorefinery with the lowest production costs compared to alternatives. Consider an Enerkem biorefinery as your solution for domestic clean energy and sustainable waste management.

    By Enerkem based in Montréal, QUEBEC (CANADA). from Biofuels and Green Chemicals Product line

  • Renewable Advanced Biofuels

    Sundrop Fuels converts syngas created from biomass into biobased 'green gasoline', diesel and aviation drop-in fuels for today’s engines using well-established commercial processes.

    By Sundrop Fuels, Inc. based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA).

  • Biorefineries Integrated System

    We work to set up integrated biorefineries in local areas, while maintaining their biodiversity and in partnership with farmers The cornerstone of our bioeconomy model, understood as territorial regeneration, is the biorefinery integrated in the local area. Biorefineries integrated in local areas are primarily dedicated to the production of ...

    By Novamont S.p.A based in Novara, ITALY.

  • Hugoton Comercial Plant

    The company is currently completing the construction of its project in Hugoton (Kansas, US), the first commercial plant with a production capacity of over 100 ML per year of second-generation bioethanol from plant biomass (wheat straw, corn stover and grass crops).

    By Abengoa Bioenergy based in Chesterfield, MONTANA (USA).

  • Biogas

    Once commissioned, the Lacombe Biorefinery will be producing biogas to provide enough fuel for a 1.4MW power generation unit.  This renewable energy source, comprising mostly methane (natural gas), will be produced using large anaerobic digester vessels.  The biogas is produced by micro-organisms breaking down organic matter in an ...

    By BioRefinex Canada Inc. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • European - Renewable Ethanol

    Ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol or alcohol, is a volatile, flammable, colourless liquid with the molecular formula C2H5OH. Ethanol is also commonly referred to as neutral alcohol or neutral spirit in certain countries. ‘Renewable ethanol’ is produced from agricultural raw materials, such as cereals and sugar beet, as well as from ...

    By European Renewable Ethanol Association (ePURE) based in Brussels, BELGIUM.

  • Combined Biogas and Ethanol Plant

    RENEW ENERGY’s biorefinery ensures stability to traditional ethanol plants from the threats of large fluctuations in energy expenses. A traditional ethanol plant puts strain on the local environment and gross energy balance. Green energy is produced for the transport sector, however, large amounts of fossil fuel are used for the production. ...

    By RENEW ENERGY A/S based in Svendborg, DENMARK.

  • Proesa - Cellulosic Ethanol Technology

    Success in cellulosic ethanol constitutes a feat with which Biochemtex, affiliate of the Mossi & Ghisolfi Group, challenged the chemistry world, already back in 2006. With a total investment exceeding 150M€ and over 7 years dedicated to research and development within the R&D center of Rivalta Scrivia in Italy, Biochemtex created ...

    By Biochemtex Spa based in Tortona (AL), ITALY.

  • ZeaChem - Demonstration Biorefinery System

    The hydrolysis unit, an Andritz based system, can process up to 10 tons per day of chipped cellulosic biomass* into separate C5 and C6 sugar streams. The hydrolysis unit can operate using steam explosion, dilute acid/base or auto hydrolysis, in single stage or dual stage configuration. With minor upgrades, the hydrolysis unit can incorporate other ...

    By Zea2 - ZeaChem based in Boardman, OREGON (USA).

  • REG - Model 9000 - Biodiesel

    With more than fifteen years of biodiesel production and marketing experience, Renewable Energy Group® is proud to offer B100 or B99.9 biodiesel from our biorefinery or terminal locations.  The REG-9000® biodiesel product line-up offers more stringent standards than ASTM D6751, regardless of feedstock. Whether you are an obligated ...

    By Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (REG) based in Ames, IOWA (USA).

  • Butamax - Biofuels

    The term “biofuel” refers to any transportation or liquid fuel made from biomass. Examples include biobutanol—sometimes called “bio-based isobutanol” or “bio-isobutanol”—and ethanol.

    By Butamax Advanced Biofuels LLC based in Wilmington, DELAWARE (USA).

  • Biogas

    The biogas production technology is RENEW ENERGY’s basic model manifested in RENEW ENERGY’s separation plants and biorefineries in combination with ethanol plants. Bacteria convert biomass into valuable fertilizers and environmentally friendly biogas. Examples of biomass are livestock manures and organic residuals such as waste from ...

    By RENEW ENERGY A/S based in Svendborg, DENMARK.

  • Poet - Cellulosic Ethanol

    Cellulosic ethanol is ethanol made from cellulose, a non-grain material/feedstock that provides the cellular structure for all plants. The end product – a clean-burning, high-octane fuel – is the same as ethanol made from corn.

    By Poet, LLC based in Sioux Falls, SOUTH DAKOTA (USA). from Biofuels Product line

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