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EPA Approves Joule’s Advanced Biofuel Pathway

US EPA has approved a renewable energy pathway filed by Joule Unlimited Technologies to generate D5 advanced biofuels renewable identification numbers (RINs) for its algae based ethanol under renewable fuel standard. Joule’s process produces advanced ethanol from cyanobacteria using a proprietary production process called Helioculture Sunflow-E ethanol process. In this process, cyanobacteria acts as a […]

[ More ] April 26th, 2016 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Ethanol, Algae-Fuel |

Algenol to Offer Ethanol to Consumers

Algenol Biotech LLC and Boca Raton-based Protec Fuel Management LLC have signed an agreement to distribute algae based ethanol to consumers.  The companies have decided to offer 18 million gallons per year from Algenol’s commercial plant which is to be developed in Central Florida in 2016. Protect will distribute and market the fuel for E15 and […]

[ More ] September 22nd, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Biodiesel-Ethanol, Algae-Ethanol, Alliances, Ethanol |

Engineering a Bacillus subtilis Strain Capable of Utilizing Marine Macroalgae for Biofuels Production

Scientists from Korea have conducted an experiment to unveil different pathways from algae associated bacteria and restructuring them to use algal polysaccharide as a feedstock for biofuel production. In this study, the alginate degrading machinery of Vibrio splendidus was used to engineer Bacillus subtilis capable of utilizing alginate to produce ethanol. The process was optimized by […]

Value-addition in Production of Ethanol from Macro Algae

Scientists have found a way to produce bio-ethanol from macro algal biomass of Gracilaria dura and Gelidiella acerosa and Gellidium pusillum. A ton of fresh biomass could supply several valuable extracts. Enzymatic hydrolysis and fermentation of cellulose obtained could yield 1.8 – 17.4 kg of ethanol. The major highlight of this process is that along […]

[ More ] April 8th, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Ethanol, Algae-Fuel, Research |

Algae Bioethanol and Biodiesel Production through Glycerol Fermentation

Researchers integrated the use of glycerol to produce ethanol in simultaneous production of biodiesel and bioethanol (Read More about Ethanol from Algae) production from algae. The process consists of growing of algae, determining the optimal fraction of oil vs. starch, followed by oil extraction, starch liquefaction and saccharification, to sugars, oil transesterification and the fermentation […]

Bioethanol from Red Algae

A biotechnology research team from University of Korea has found a clue to make ethanol from red algae. Red alga, rich in carbohydrates, is an ideal source of bioethanol. The major ingredient of red algae is 3, 6- Anhydro-L-galactose (L-AHG), whose metabolic pathway is not yet being mapped. Korean researchers have found that Vibrio vulnificus, […]

DIRECT TO ETHANOL®- Algenol’s New Photobioreactor

Algenol, headquartered in Florida, U.S., is one of the hottest companies in the biofuel sector. They utilize engineered strains of cyanobacteria to obtain improved ethanol production.   The company has developed plastic film photobioreactor (PBR), DIRECT TO ETHANOL®, which makes production and collection easier. The PBR is constructed with plastic, enhanced with resins. Various performance metrics […]

[ More ] August 18th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Ethanol, Algae-Fuel, Algae-Photobioreactor, Biofuel |

Are you in the Algae Industry? Have you Read Oilgae’s Algae Fuels Report?

If you are in the algae fuel industry the Oilgae comprehensive report comprising of the processes, technologies, challenges persisting in the algae fuels industry is a must read guide for you. The Super Formula to Fight Aging – Its Name is Astaxanthin -Know more Oilgae comprehensive report has been designed for entrepreneurs and investors keen […]

Indian Oil , DBT, India and Lanza Tech, USA joins together for Algae Biofuel Research

Indian Oil and the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) has started gearing up into biofuel research in India. Together they have jointly set up a Centre for Advanced Bio-Energy Research on the campus of Indian Oil’s R&D Centre at Faridabad. Now, this IOC-DBT Centre for Advanced Bio-Energy Research has signed an agreement with LanzaTech, USA, to further […]

[ More ] July 22nd, 2013 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Biodiesel-Ethanol, Algae-Ethanol |

Microalgae or Macroalgae?

Adapted from the Algae Fuels Community @ CleanTick – http://www.cleantick.com/users/algaesmiles/pages/potential-of-macroalgae-as-a-biofuel-feedstock Macroalgae or seaweeds represent a diverse group of eukaryotic, photosynthetic marine organisms. Unlike microalgae, which are unicellular, the macroalgal species are multicellular and possess plant-like characteristics. These photosynthetic organisms abundant in oceans and coastal waters. They are a potent biofuel feedstock, they have high amounts […]

[ More ] August 11th, 2011 | 1 Comment | Posted in Algae-Ethanol, Seaweed |

Joule Unlimited Creates Feedstockless Biofuel

Finding the appropriate feedstock for biofuel production which is free of the food-fuel controversy is a daunting task. While companies are turning to non-food and waste alternatives for feedstock, there is no single alternative which satisfies all the criteria.  However, Joule Unlimited—a biotechnologies company engineering solutions to the biofuel feedstock problem has come up with […]

Baylor Professor Turning Cow Manure into Fuel-grade Ethanol

You are at: Oilgae Blog. The project will be designed to turn the manure from the dairy’s 400 cows into pure ethanol that can be blended with gasoline as fuel. Unlike conventional ethanol, it would require no fossil fuels to produce. The distillery would run on methane from a manure digester.  The byproduct of the […]

[ More ] December 24th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Ethanol |

Biofields turns Algae to Ethanol

You are at: Oilgae Blog. BioFields will produce biofuel from algae on an industrial scale as of 2014 in a plant located in Puerto Libertad, Sonara state.  This large-scale pilot programme will be set up 300 km from the United States, which will be their main client. According to Sergio Ramirez, director of Corporative Affairs […]

[ More ] December 15th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Ethanol |

Algenol: The Elephant in the Room

You are at: Oilgae Blog. Eric Wesoff  writes about algae to ethanol company Algenol under the title “Algenol: The Elephant in the Room” in greentech media By the way, have you subscribed to the Oilgae Blog?; How about joining the Oilgae mailing list?; and our forum to discuss on with others?

[ More ] September 19th, 2009 | 1 Comment | Posted in Algae-Energy-Companies, Algae-Ethanol |

Garden State Ethanol Plans for Algae to Ethanol Biofuel Plant

You are at: Oilgae Blog. New Jersey-based Garden State Ethanol has selected a landfill site in Woodbine, Philadelphia, for the location of a $200 million (€142 million) biofuel plant that would use more than 100 bioreactor tanks to convert algae into ethanol and biodiesel oil. Garden State Ethanol is currently seeking funds for the project. […]

[ More ] July 3rd, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Companies, Algae-Ethanol |

Algenol Works With Mexican Government for Algae Ethanol Commercialization

You are at: Oilgae Blog. To see the face of the future of alga ethanol, one would only need to look toward Algenol, the sole company that has discovered how to make the alternative fuel. Although macro-algae (seaweed) has been fermented for hundreds of year, Algenol has invented a method of fermenting micro-algae, something no […]

[ More ] April 7th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Companies, Algae-Ethanol |

Advantages of Heterotropic Algae for Biofuels

You are at: Oilgae Blog. The following was a comment provided at one of the blog posts on ethanol I read recently. While I’m no expert on the heterotrophic processes, the arguments here really sound interesting; ” The Advantages of Heterotrophic Algae Grown at Corn Ethanol Refineries Solazyme and Solix use two distinctly different methods […]

[ More ] March 1st, 2009 | 3 Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Algae-Ethanol |

Algae to Ethanol, the Macroalgae Route – GGASS

You are at: Oilgae Blog. Have posted an interesting presentation from Alex Harel of GGASS on the potential of macroalgae to become an important bio-ethanol feedstock. I for one feel that a lot more focus needs to be given to macroalgae than it is given now. Let’s wish GGASS all the best! By the way, […]

Ethanol from Blue-Green Algae – via Acetobacter xylinum genes

You are at: Oilgae Blog. Numerous alternative means of manufacturing ethanol have cropped up recently, such as this method devised by scientists from The University of Texas at Austin. This new method entails the use of a microbe, more particularly a photosynthetic cyanobacterium which is more popularly known as blue-green algae. This cyanobacterium can produce […]

[ More ] December 13th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Products, Algae-Ethanol |

Great Plains Renewable Energy Gets Iowa Power Fund Grant Approval for Algae Fuel

You are at: Oilgae Blog. In April 2008, GPRE received preliminary approval for a $2.3 million grant from the Iowa Power Fund to finance research and development in algae production. GPRE intends to revise the grant proposal to reflect the formation of BioProcess Algae. Green Plains, based in Omaha, Nebraska, has the strategy to become […]

[ More ] December 12th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Companies, Algae-Ethanol |

Algae Biodiesel vs. Cellulosic Ethanol – an interesting comparison

You are at: Oilgae Blog. Here are some comparisons: (1) Algae can be converted into ethanol or diesel, depending on the process.(2) Cellulose feedstock, generally speaking, has a much larger geographic footprint than proposed algae designs.(3) Both algae and ethanol can be grown utilizing waste streams.(4) Cellulosic feedstock for ethanol is available now. Algae feedstock […]

[ More ] October 30th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Products, Algae-Ethanol |

Algenol Biofuels Announces Opening of U.S. Headquarters

You are at: Oilgae Blog. Algenol Biofuels, developers of DIRECT TO ETHANOL(TM), the most advanced third generation biofuels technology, today announced the official opening of the Company’s U.S. headquarters in Naples, Florida. The new headquarters joins established locations in Baltimore, Maryland and Palm Beach county Florida. The office will house the Company’s business development and […]

Algenol hires Schlicht, Denman; to build Mexico facility

You are at: Oilgae Blog. Florida-based Algenol Biofuels Inc. announced Sept. 15 the appointment of two new employees. Greg Schlicht has been named senior vice president of business development and general counsel, while Dax Denman will serve as senior program manger. Founded in 2006, Algenol has developed a technology using algae to produce ethanol. The […]

[ More ] September 22nd, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Companies, Algae-Ethanol |

Algenol Enters The Algae Biofuel Race With Process Economics Advantage

You are at: Oilgae Blog. The USA-based firm Algenol has struck a deal with Mexico-based BioFields to grow and process algae in a manner that cost effectively produces ethanol – directly from the culture. This is quite different from the usual algal biofuel processes that use algae to produce biological oil which, after extraction from […]

[ More ] September 20th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Companies, Algae-Ethanol |

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

[ More ] May 4th, 2008 | 2 Comments | Posted in Algae-Ethanol |

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