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UOP Targets Renewable Energy and Chemicals

9:05 AM MDT | October 22, 2007 | Michelle Bryner

UOP plans to grow its Renewable Energy and Chemicals business unit into one of its top-three revenue makers within the next 10 years, the company tells CW. The business, which was formed in November 2006 to develop biofuels, is based on green diesel technology developed by UOP and refiner Eni (Milan) that converts vegetable oil into high-cetane diesel fuel, says Jennifer Holmgren, director/Renewable Energy and Chemicals. UOP’s green diesel technology is different from conventional biodiesel technology, which is produced by reacting methanol and vegetable...

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