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PetroAlgae, CRI Ink Biofuel Collaboration Deal

3:16 PM MDT | July 13, 2011 | Rebecca Coons

PetroAlgae, a Melbourne-based biomass production firm, says it has signed an agreement with CRO Catalyst Company to optimize CRO’s hydropyrolysis and hydroconversion technology the production of transportation fuel from PetroAlgae’s micro-crop residues. PetroAlgae says its technology employs indigenous, aquatic micro-organisms suitable to local climates and designed to enable its licensees to produce a high-value protein product and residual biomass. PetroAlgae says it has already converted its micro-crop residue into cellulosic hydrocarbon fuels and...

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