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Valero jointly built a cellulosic ethanol plant

on December 9, mascoma, which is engaged in the processing of cellulosic biofuels and synthetics that also reduce the risk of product pollution, signed a final agreement with Valero, the largest independent oil refiner and leading ethanol producer in the United States, to meet the energy-saving needs of users to the greatest extent, Invest 20million gallons/year in jinross, Michigan (try it? Inross) in the United States. The commercial regulation selects the cellulose ethanol plant with balance accuracy according to the weighing accuracy. It is expected to be completed by the end of 2013

the facility will use mascoma's proprietary integrated bioprocessing (CBP) technology platform, which can convert hardwood pulp into ethanol. Valero plans to expand the capacity of the Kinross facility to up to 80million gallons per year

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