Inventure Chemical completes cellulosic feasibility studies

By | February 05, 2008
In the fourth quarter of 2007, Inventure Chemical, a Seattle-based biofuels technology developer, completed 20 feasibility studies to identify the highest-yielding and most cost-effective second-generation feedstocks for use in the company's patent-pending biofuel conversion process. Fourteen of the studies were completed for companies growing algae, while the remaining studies consisted of analyses and market studies for agricultural waste streams. In the wake of these studies, Inventure is continuing to expand its biodiesel and ethanol research and development production facility.