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bp expands investment in bioenergy

bp expanded its investment in bioenergy, as bp ventures committed $10 million, leading the Series B investment round, in WasteFuel, a California-based biofuels company that will use proven scalable technologies to convert bio-based municipal and agricultural waste into lower carbon fuels, such as bio-methanol. Globally, solid waste production totals about 2 billion metric tons annually and is expected to increase to 3.4 billion metric tons by 20501. WasteFuel’s deployment of anaerobic digestion and methanol production technologies will convert municipal and agricultural waste into viable lower emission alternatives to traditional fuels, like bio-methanol. In hard-to-abate sectors, such as shipping, bio-methanol has the potential to play a significant role in decarbonization. Maritime transport represents around 90 percent of trade worldwide... > read more
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ILTA statement on CERCLA Liability Bill

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bp expands investment in bioenergy

bp expands investment in bioenergy

bp expanded its investment in bioenergy, as bp ventures committed $10 million, leading the Series B investment round, in ... > read more
ILTA statement on CERCLA Liability Bill

ILTA statement on CERCLA Liability Bill

Following the release of Senator Cynthia Lummis's (R-WY) new bill amending the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, ... > read more