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Kingsburgh Sewage Project in Durban Aims at Fuel from Algae

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. Durban is helping to develop a new liquid fuel technology which involves harvesting tiny plants and nutrients from local sewage works. Unlike other plant-based biofuels which require vast tracts of fertile farmland or the diversion of food crops into fuel tanks, the […]

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Bionavitas from Seattle Looks at Alternative Markets for Algae

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. Seattle-area start-up Bionavitas is one of several companies moving into the algae business. Because it doesn’t compete with food and has a high energy density, algae has a lot of potential as a source of biodiesel. But it will take years before […]

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PetroAlgae Looking to Test Commercial Algae Biofuel in 2009

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. While corn and sugar crops are blamed for deforestation, fertilizer runoff, and societal damage, algae promises to possibly provide a better solution. Melbourne, Fla. based PetroAlgae is looking to test a commercial algae biofuel solution next year. The company uses strains of […]

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Henderson Station Two Power Plant to Try Algae for CO2 Capture

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. The city’s Station Two power plant near Sebree could become the latest site for research into whether algae could hold some hope for capturing and recycling carbon dioxide emissions. The Henderson Utility Commission earlier this week gave conditional approval to allowing University […]

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Algae Biodiesel for Heavy-Duty Vehicles from Solazyme?

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. Solazyme could be making algal biodiesel for the US military, after a test-drive demonstrated the fuel’s superior cold-weather properties when compared to commercially-available biodiesel. Former Director of Central Intelligence and Under-Secretary of the Navy R. James Woolsey tested the fuel himself by […]

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AlgaeWay Algae Photobioreactor

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. Thought I’d briefly mention the AlgaeWay photobioreactor from AlgaeLink…here’s a page that provides detailed info on the photobioreactor, its features, benefits and data Link The Oilgae Comprehensive Report gives profiles and info on over a hundred companies and commercial efforts in this […]

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Video – Vertigro Creates Ethanol from Algae

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. See a video of the Valcent CEO explaining the method of ethanol production from algae @ this YouTube video – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DHjg9l-hQA Nature gave us oil from algae; perhaps we should try Nature’s way again

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Video – Algae Biodiesel on CNET @ YouTube

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. A 2-minute video explaining algae biodiesel from CNET. See the video @ YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i82CXQX4yq4 Nature gave us oil from algae; perhaps we should try Nature’s way again

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Isaac Berzin Listed in Time 100 for 2008

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. Isaac Berzin, founder of the popular algae fuel company GreeFuel has been listed in the Time Magazine’s Top 100 people in the world for 2008. Wow, that’s some recognition for him and for algae fuel. See the article here Nature gave us […]

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MIT Algae Photobioreactor Video @ YouTube

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. A nice video that shows the algae photobioreactor infrastructure @ MIT…quite good, some close-up shots as well… See – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnOSnJJSP5c Nature gave us oil from algae; perhaps we should try Nature’s way again

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Iowa Power Fund to Invest in Algae Oil Pilot by Green Plains Renewable Energy?

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. Green ponds of algae could someday join golden waves of corn in Iowa’s renewable energy industry if a project advanced for likely state funding through the Iowa Power Fund board this week is realized. The Iowa Power Fund board agreed Wednesday to […]

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Aquaflow Bionomic Looking at Distributed Algal Biofuel Production?

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. New Zealand-based Aquaflow Bionomic may be getting close to achieving its goal of becoming the world’s first company to viably produce large amounts of biofuel from wild algae. Barrie Leay, Aquaflow’s chairman, said his company had successfully achieved “commercial-scale continuous harvesting of […]

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GeoBio Energy, Inc. Completing 2 Algae-to-Energy Pilot Projects

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. A new public company, GeoBio Energy, Inc., is putting the finishing touches on two algae-to-energy pilot projects. Each is designed to yield volumes of algae-derived biofuel that can be sold at a profit. The first GeoBio Energy project would locate an algae-to-energy […]

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Canadian Researchers Working with Algae to Fix Power Plant Emissions

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. As Canadian energy companies face growing constraints on their greenhouse gas emissions, researchers believe they have found an answer in pond scum. Backed by oil companies and utilities, Canadian researchers are plowing ahead with plans to develop algae farms that will convert […]

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Designer Algae Plants May Produce Hydrogen for Fuel

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory, the University of Illinois and Northwestern University are collaborating to design plants that use photosynthesis to churn out hydrogen, which could be a clean alternative to fossil fuels. And they think the single-celled algae is well-suited to […]

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PetroSun Texas Algae Farm to Produce 4.4 Million Gallons of Experimental Jet Fuel

You are at: Oilgae Blog. See the complete list of Oilgae Blog articles. An Arizona energy company is betting big on algae. PetroSun Biofuels has opened a commercial algae-to-biofuels farm on the Texas Gulf Coast near scenic Harlington Harlingen Texas. The farm is a 1,100 acre network of saltwater ponds, 20 acres of which will […]

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