INVISTA And LanzaTech To Work Toward Gas-Fermentation Process Technology

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On May 13, 2014, INVISTA and LanzaTech announced that they signed a research and development agreement to focus on the development of gas-fermentation process technology for the production of industrial chemicals from carbon dioxide and hydrogen gas (CO2 and H2) feedstocks. Warren Primeaux, President of INVISTA intermediates, explained that the agreement will "provide INVISTA increased access to LanzaTech's world-class gas-fermentation process technology and help accelerate the commercialization of a number of exciting bio-derived processes currently under development at INVISTA's bioscience laboratory in Wilton, United Kingdom." A copy of INVISTA's press release is available online.

 

Topics:  Chemicals, INVISTA, LanzaTech, Technology

Published In: Energy & Utilities Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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