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EU OPTFUEL project gets new technology partner
Source : biofuelreview.com
Invensys Process Systems has joined OPTFUEL, the European consortium researching the feasibility of using second-generation biofuels to power automobiles. In an announcement made earlier today (7th April) the company explained that as part of the consortium, it will provide process simulation, design and optimisation technologies. Explaining the move, IPS's senior technical consultant Gregor Fernholz said: "IPS is already very active in the design and simulation of green engineering applications for second-generation biofuels with clients around the world". The OPTFUEL project, which was launched in February, will establish the technical basis for the large-scale production — up to 200'000 tons per year — of biomass-to-liquid (BtL) products from wood chips that can be used in vehicles, either as neat fuels or by blending with conventional fossil fuels.
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7 April 2009 |
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