U.K., Swedish firms team up for lignocellulosic sugar project

03/13/2013 | Biofuels-News.com (U.K.)

U.K. petrochemical group Davy Process Technology has struck a deal with Sweden's Sekab E-Technology to develop a process for making lignocellulosic sugars that could be converted into ethanol and renewable chemicals. The partners will look at ways to improve Sekab's lignocellulosic-based process, which can be applied to a variety of feedstocks, including straw, corn residue and bagasse.

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