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Proof-of-principle that Syngas platform can be integrated to produce commodity chemicals

Synthesis gas (Syngas), a mixture of CO, H 2 , and CO 2 , is a promising renewable feedstock for bio-based production of organic chemicals. Production of medium-chain fatty acids can be performed via chain elongation, utilizing acetate and ethanol as main substrates. Acetate and ethanol are main products of syngas fermentation by acetogens. Therefore, syngas can be indirectly used as a...
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Opportunities in Fuels and Chemicals from Syngas and Methane Fermentation (Conference 16th July 2014)

The main theme of this conference (organized by the SCI Science and Enterprise group and Bio Base NWE), will be gasification of biomass and wastes to produce synthesis gas (syngas), and conversion of syngas and methane from a variety of sources into liquid fuels and chemicals. The conference will explore the technologies being developed and their commercial potential. Find out more ...
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Opportunities in Fuels and Chemicals from Syngas and Methane Fermentation (Conference 16th July 2014)

The main theme of this conference (organized by the SCI Science and Enterprise group and Bio Base NWE), will be gasification of biomass and wastes to produce synthesis gas (syngas), and conversion of syngas and methane from a variety of sources into liquid fuels and chemicals. The conference will explore the technologies being developed and their commercial potential. Find out more ...
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