DuPont looks closely at biobutanols

May 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;5/14/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 66, p37
Trade Publication
The article offers information on DuPont Biofuels' biobutanol and cellulosic technologies. DuPont Biofuels vice president and general manager, John Ranieri, says that the company's Integrated Corn Based Biorefinery is an approach being developed to convert cellulosic feedstocks into biofuels. He says that the company is focusing on feedstock collection system's cost-effective pre-treatment and optimized fermentation technology.


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