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03/26/14 - €48.50
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Global Bioenergies produces and sells isobutene. The company’s isobutene products are petrochemical building blocks that can be converted into fuels, plastics, organic glass, and elastomers. Its product applications include olefins markets, markets targeted by bio-processes, and bio fuels. Global Bioenergies was founded in 2008 and is based in Evry, France.

56 Employees
Last Reported Date: 10/24/14
Founded in 2008

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Global Bioenergies Reports First Isobutene Production from Waste Biomass

Global Bioenergies announced having produced "second generation" isobutene, in a push to diversify accessible feedstock towards cheaper resources. As a first step in its pioneering journey to manufacture bio-sourced isobutene, Global Bioenergies has been using first generation feedstock, such as wheat-derived glucose, to set-up and optimize its bio-isobutene process. However, the process was designed to be versatile in terms of feedstock. With the right technical adaptations, it would indeed be well suited to the usage of non-edible resources - widely defined as "second generation" - such as wheat straw, corn stover, sugar cane bagasse or even wood chips. Various companies are presently debottlenecking the conversion of second generation materials into fermentable sugars. These technologies have now matured to commercial scale, with five plants having started operations in the last 24 months. This industry ultimately has the potential to provide fermentation processes with low-cost sugars derived from abundant resources. Global Bioenergies has recently established collaborations with nine companies from three continents developing the most promising technologies to convert various resources (straw, bagasse, wood.) into fermentable sugars. Preliminary tests have resulted in successful second generation isobutene production at the laboratory scale, with process performances similar to the ones observed using wheat-derived glucose.

Global Bioenergies Presents at Oddo Midcap Forum, Jan-08-2015 through Jan-09-2015

Global Bioenergies Presents at Oddo Midcap Forum, Jan-08-2015 through Jan-09-2015. Venue: Lyon’s Convention Center, Lyon, France. Presentation Date(s): Jan-08-2015. Jan-09-2015.

Global Bioenergies Presents at Pacific Rim Summit 2014, Dec-09-2014 02:00 PM

Global Bioenergies Presents at Pacific Rim Summit 2014, Dec-09-2014 02:00 PM. Venue: San Diego, California, United States. Speakers: David Gogerty.

 

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