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Repsol JV to scale up testing of waste-to-oil technology

4:29 AM MDT | April 10, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Neol Biosolutions (Granada, Spain), a 50-50 joint venture between Repsol and Neuron Bio (Granada), has reached an agreement with the Center for Second Generation Biofuels (CB2G; Aoiz, Spain), part of the National Renewable Energy Center (Sarriguren, Spain), to scale-up the testing of Neol's second registered technological platform, Microbioil-2.0, the company says. The technology is able to produce large quantities of oil from different types of agricultural waste, such as wheat straw or sugarcane bagasse, thanks to the registered microorganism Neoleum, which has...

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