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Biomass-to-Gasoline Facility Planned for Louisiana

7:21 PM MST | November 27, 2011 | Rebecca Coons

Sundrop Fuels (Louisville, CO) says it plans to build a $450 million-$500 million cellulosic biofuels facility at Alexandria, LA. The 50-million gals/year project will be the first production facility for Sundrop, which uses gasification technology to convert forest waste into drop-in transportation fuels. The company’s process blends hydrogen-rich natural gas with biomass, producing gasoline with a hydrogen/carbon monoxide ratio appropriate for current combustion...

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