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Global Bioenergies signs agreement with Audi to develop isobutene-based isooctane
10:39 AM MST | January 21, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
Biochemical company Global Bioenergies (Evry, France) and automaker Audi have signed a collaboration agreement for the development of isobutene-derived isooctane, Global Bionergies s announced. The agreement also foresees the possibility of Audi acquiring shares in Global Bioenergies corresponding to less than 2% of the company's capital during the two-year period of the collaboration. Global Bionergies' most-advanced program consists of the production of biobased isobutene, which can be transformed into isooctane. As a 100% drop-in fuel, isooctane can be used in...
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