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Production of Jet Fuel using Biochemcat
This report describes efforts to adapt the BioChemCat technology to convert lignocellulosic biomass into volatile fatty acids.
Process Design and Economics for Biochemical Conversion of Softwood Lignocellulosic Biomass to Isoparaffinic Kerosene and Lignin Co-products
This techno-economic analysis has been prepared for a greenfield integrated biorefinery to produce renewable jet fuel and co-products from softwood forest harvest residuals.
Biorefinery Value Chain Outputs
This study characterizes the structure of the US biofuels industry and US bio-based chemicals industry while also examining the cellulosic biofuel biorefineries regarding commercialization factors.
Production of Lignocellulosic Isobutanol by Fermentation and Conversion to Biojet
This report describes the fermentation and process technology developed by Gevo and used to convert forest residuals into biojet fuel.
Refinery-to-Wing Stakeholder Assessment
This report measures and ranks perceived drivers and barriers to an economically viable sustainable jet fuel industry in the PNW region through personal interviews with key aviation fuel supply chain stakeholders and ...
SPORL Pretreatment of Douglas-fir Forest Residue for Precommercial Scale Productions of Sugar/ Biofuel
This report describes the development of pretreatment conditions used to develop 1,000 gallons of biojet fuel derived from forest residuals.
Environmental Impact Analysis to Support Biofuel Development in the Pacific Northwest – Water Resources Component
This report assesses the impact of woody biomass harvesting on stream channels and soil microbial communities.
Informed Stakeholder Assessment
To address social sustainability, a large scale social assessment of informed stakeholders in the NARA region was conducted using a mixed methods survey to gain understanding of stakeholders’ knowledge, levels of support, ...
Micronized Wood Pretreatment for the Production of Bio-Glycols
The purpose of this project was to determine whether S2G BioChemical’s (S2G) catalytic sugar-to-glycol technology was a suitable and cost-effective solution for cellulosic sugars produced using Washington State University’s ...
Environmental Assessment of Biorefinery Co-Products
This report identifies the drivers for bio-product environmental performance and criteria for environmental preferability.