By Sam Rushing2010-05-10T14:03:00
The future of ethanol production in the US is from cellulosic- and algae-based feedstock facilities. By-product CO2 (crude feed) from these plants will be a target of sequestration projects, used as feedstock for liquid merchant CO2 plants, and used in industrial processes such as enhanced oil recovery (EOR) and coal ...
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