GEVO

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GEVOAutonomic Computing and Grid Enabled Virtual Organizations
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Haltermann Carless, which is part of HCS, is expected to be the direct customer with Gevo under the proposed five-year offtake agreement in two phases.
Gevo's production process converts bio-based isobutanol into an alcohol-to-jet synthetic paraffinic kerosene (ATJ-SPK) fuel.
Gevo Inc., Englewood, Colorado (wvm.gevo.com), in 2012 converted an ethanol plant in Luverne, Minnesota, to produce bio-isobutanol and -ethanol.
2 on the marina docks, as Gevo, Harbor Marina, boaters, and Mark Piatt, owner of fuel supplier Oil and Octane Shop gathered to celebrate.
Gevo will market the isobutanol produced by Praj's sub-licensees.
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The top after-market Nasdaq gainers Friday were Clearwire Corporation, Gevo Inc, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Silicon Laboratories Inc, and Acacia Research Corporation.
(33) Some of the companies that have been working on cellulosic ethanol the longest--such as Gevo, Amyris, and Cellana--have shifted to corn ethanol, industrial chemicals, and fish food.
Colinearity analysis was performed using CoGe's GEvo tool (http://genomevolution.org/CoGe/index.pl/).
Gevo, based in Englewood, Colorado, is in roughly the same business as Amyris, making fuels out of biotech products.
said Wednesday it has signed an agreement to purchase biomass-based paraxylene produced at a planned pilot plant of Gevo Inc., a leading American company in renewable chemicals and advanced biofuels, enabling Toray to carry out pilot-scale production of fully renewable, bio-based polyethylene terephthalat for end users with a plan to offer samples to its business partners in 2013 for market evaluation.