Long Term Implications of Lignocellulosic Biomass Conversion: The NPT Fractionation Process

Introduction: Lignocellulosic biomass has long been recognized as the best (if not the only) renewable source of future liquid transport fuel. It is also the best (and probably only) potential source of renewable organic chemicals. In other words it is a renewable petroleum substitute. However, in focusing on an immediate need, the longer term implications […]

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Ecochem interview Barry Hedley – NPT’s Fractionation Process

From the Video Archives At the Ecochem conference in Basel our Chairman, Barry Hedley, was interviewed about NPT’s ambitions and purpose in attending the conference. This was an opportunity to give a useful short (3 minute) overview of the attractiveness and differentiating features of NPT’s fractionation technology and the commercial strengths of the Refnova process.

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Nova Pangaea Technologies Introduce Third Generation Lignocellulosic Fractionation Process at Ecochem

Nova Pangaea Technologies’ Chairman, Barry Hedley, presented NPT’s newly patented process at the Ecochem conference in Basel last week. His presentation ‘The second coming of the cretaceous: from 100 million years to 20 minutes’, generated a stimulating discussion about innovation in feedstock sourcing and the ability of NPT’s process to enable the complete fractionation of lignocellulosic waste or non-food materials into […]

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The Economist – Technology Quarterly – September 2013′

Biofuels, their Future and this Little Island    ‘With reference to the article ‘What happened to biofuels?’ This gives an interesting insight into some current activities and issues in the field, but seems to us a little too restricted in its view. The real problem is actually larger than that of addressing Global Warming or […]

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