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Blue Biofuels receives Canadian patent on CTS process

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By Blue Biofuels Inc.

May 22, 2024

BusinessCellulosic/Advanced

Blue Biofuels Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received a Notice of Allowance in Canada for the primary patent on its CTS process, #3,121,695 “System to Convert Cellulosic Materials into Sugar and Method of Using the Same.”

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India-based Fermbox Bio has announced the launch of EN3ZYME, a cutting-edge enzyme cocktail designed to enhance both the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of transforming pre-treated agri-based residues into fermentable, cellulosic sugars.

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Southwest Airlines in March acquired SAFFiRE Renewables LLC, as part of the investment portfolio of its wholly owned subsidiary Southwest Airlines Renewable Ventures LLC. SAFFiRE is part of a NREL project to develop SAF.

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Blue Biofuels Inc. on April 16 announced it has commenced an FEL 1 & 2 engineering study for a 2.4 MMgy cellulosic ethanol facility. This endeavor is grounded in the company's innovative cellulose-to-sugar (CTS) system.

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Terragia Biofuel on March 28 announced it has raised a $6 million seed round. The company will use the capital to commercialize its novel biology-based approach to converting cellulosic biomass into ethanol and other products.

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Southwest Airlines Co. has acquired SAFFiRE Renewables LLC as part of the investment portfolio of its wholly owned subsidiary Southwest Airlines Renewable Ventures LLC. SAFFiRE expects to produce cellulosic ethanol for conversion into SAF.

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NordFuel has selected Chempolis as a technology provider for its next generation bioproduct factory in Haapavesi, Finland. The facility will produce biofuels and bioproducts, including ethanol, biogas and lignin.

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Blue Biofuels Inc. announced it has successfully producing its first batch of cellulosic ethanol, utilizing the cellulosic sugars created from biomass on its CTS pilot line. The company has also embarked on a funding process for SAF capacity with Vertimass.

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New Energy Blue on March 18 announced the formation of New Energy Chemicals. In phase one, the biochemical subsidiary will produce biobased ethylene for use in Dow’s renewable plastics. In phase two, the subsidiary will expand to SAF production.

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Research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and UC Davis sheds new light on how to access the sugars locked up in plants to produce petroleum-free fuels, chemicals, and medicines.

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Comstock Inc. on Dec. 28 announced execution of agreements with RenFuel K2B AB to advance its first commercial biorefinery, which is planned for development in Sweden and will produce a biointermediate used to make SAF and renewable diesel.

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Clariant on Dec. 6 announced its decision to shut down its sunliquid bioethanol production in Podari, Romania, and to downsize related activities of the business line Biofuels & Derivatives in Germany.

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New Energy Blue has announced the formation of New Energy Farmers LLC, a biomass aggregation company jointly owned by Iowa farmers and New Energy Blue that will supply feedstock to the New Energy Freedom Biomass Refinery.

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Conestoga Energy and SAFFiRE Renewables LLC announced on Nov. 16 their agreement for Conestoga to host SAFFiRE’s cellulosic ethanol pilot plant at Conestoga’s Arkalon Energy ethanol facility in Liberal, Kansas.

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Nearly 1.95 billion RINs were generated under the RFS in September, up from 1.73 billion generated during the same month of 2022, according to data released by the U.S. EPA. Total RIN generation for the first nine months of 2023 was at 17.41 billion.

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A Swiss entrepreneur, inspired by global sustainable development goals, has built a cellulosic ethanol company that’s seeking partnerships to upscale her technology with unique innovations.

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Novozymes on Oct. 26 reported that Q3 sales for its bioenergy segment were up 21 percent when compared to the same quarter of last year. Bioenergy sales for the first nine months of 2023 were up 25 percent when compared to the same period of 2022.

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Aemetis Inc. released Q2 financial results on Aug. 3, reporting progress with the development of its dairy RNG project and its proposed renewable diesel and SAF biorefinery. The company also highlighted its existing ethanol and biodiesel operations.

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Allotrope Partners LLC, Axens North America, and Sumitomo Corporation of Americas have signed an agreement to develop a joint study for a commercial plant producing cellulosic ethanol from woody biomass.

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The August issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine addresses industry opportunities related to CO2 utilization, the benefits of multi-plant executive management, the contributions of the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center, and the future of cellulosic ethanol production.

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The potential demand for ethanol plant CO2 is growing, and a DOE research consortium exploring e-fuels could broaden an already promising spectrum of transformation prospects.

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After revamping its process and management team, Blue Biofuels believes it is primed for big cellulosic ethanol achievements at commercial scale.

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LanzaJet and Airbus on June 22 announced they have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to address the needs of aviation through the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The agreement was announced during the Paris Air Show.

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The ethanol industry has a role to play in the emerging SAF indsutry through both ethanol-to-jet technologies and the supply of distillers corn oil feedstock.

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Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at its new second-generation bioethanol plant located in Tartas, Les Landes France, on June 15, 2023. The facility is expected to begin operations next year.

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ArcelorMittal and LanzaTech Global Inc. on June 14 announced that ArcelorMittal’s commercial flagship CCU facility in Ghent, Belgium, has produced initial samples of ethanol. The "Steelanol" facility is expected to be fully operational this year.

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Sugar Valley Energy, an advanced low-carbon sugarcane-to-ethanol and power facility, has secured letters of intent with local Imperial Valley farmers to grow 12,000 acres of sugarcane to support its initial feedstock production schedule.

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EcoCeres Inc., an Asia-based innovative biorefinery company, has announced announce its first shipment of 100 percent agricultural waste-produced cellulosic ethanol to the European markets. The ethanol was produced at a facility in China.

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New Energy Blue and Dow on May 25 announced a long-term supply agreement under which New Energy Blue will produce biobased ethylene from corn stover. Dow will purchase the biobased ethylene for use in plastics production.

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