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Company Overview of EdeniQ Inc.
EdeniQ Inc. develops and commercializes a platform to convert cellulosic biomass to industrial sugars. The company offers Cellunator, a mixing and milling device that liberates additional starch present in corn; and Pathway, a platform to produce cellulosic ethanol from corn ethanol plants. It sells or licenses its technologies to bio-refineries in the United States and Brazil. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Visalia, California.
2505 North Shirk Road
Visalia, CA 93291
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for EdeniQ Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Consulting Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President of Business Development and Interim Senior Vice President of Brazil Operations
Vice President of Commercial Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
EdeniQ Inc. Key Developments
Edeniq and Global Bio-Chem Enter into Joint Development Agreement
Dec 2 14
Edeniq, Inc. announced a Joint Development Agreement with Global Bio-chem Technology Group Limited. Following a letter of intent forged in July, the companies further cement their cooperation on developing the lowest cost process for converting corn stover to cellulosic sugars for use in the production of bio-based chemical products. Edeniq and Global Bio-chem plan to integrate their technologies in a commercial demonstration plant at Global Bio-chem's facility in the Jilin Province of China. Construction has been initiated on the plant, with a target to produce 50,000 metric tons per year of sugars from corn stover. The two companies not only intend to supply the cellulosic sugars to Global Bio-chem for utilization in its existing sugar-based chemical production facilities, but also plan to forge partnerships with other companies to enable the production of a broad array of biochemicals and biofuels from its sugars.
Edeniq, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent with Global Bio-Chem Technology Group Company Limited to Develop and Commercialize Corn Stover to Industrial Sugars Conversion Technology
Jul 16 14
Edeniq, Inc. signed a letter of intent with Global Bio-chem Technology Group Company Limited to develop and commercialize processes to convert corn stover to industrial sugars for use in the production of chemicals, fuels, and other bio-based products. Pursuant to the letter of intent, Edeniq and Global Bio-chem intend to integrate their technologies in a commercial demonstration plant to produce 50,000 metric tons per year of industrial sugars from corn stover, and subsequently to form a joint venture to further develop and commercialize their technology platform. Global Bio-chem is currently working on modification of corn stover, consisting of leaves, stalks and cobs of corn at its facility in the Jilin Province of China.
Flint Hills Resources Renewables, LLC Increases Adoption of Edeniq's Cellunator Proprietary Technology
Oct 23 13
Edeniq, Inc. announced that Flint Hills Resources Renewables, LLC, will expand its use of Edeniq's Cellunator(TM) proprietary technology. Flint Hills has confirmed that the Cellunators(TM) have achieved the desired increase in ethanol production at its Fairbank, Iowa facility and the company will install Cellunators(TM) at two additional locations. Edeniq's Cellunator(TM) enables ethanol plants to mill corn and other plant materials into a well-mixed slurry of small, uniformly-sized feedstock that can be more easily converted into sugars needed to produce biofuels and other biomaterials.
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