Department of Defense to construct a 1,100 bpd biomass-to-liquids plant in Oregon using Velocys technology.
What does BTL stand for?
BTL stands for Biomass-to-Liquids
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- Between the Lines
- Between the Lions (PBS children's TV show)
- Beyond the Limit (band)
- Beyond the Limits
- Bible Translation & Literacy of East Africa
- Big Time Loser
- Bike Tow Leash
- Bilateral Tubal Ligation
- Billing Term Liability (Sprint)
- Biomass to Liquid Fuel
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Contract Awarded for Construction a biomass-to-liquids (BTL) plant in Oregon, incorporating Velocys Fischer-Tropsch (FT) technology.
The topics include the development of catalytic processes from terpenes to chemicals, furan-based building blocks from carbohydrates, fats and oils as raw materials for the chemical industry, biomass-to-liquids by the Fischer-Tropsch process, and carbon dioxide as a valuable source of carbon for chemical and fuels.
19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Velocys, the technology innovator for smaller scale gas-to-liquids (GTL), is pleased to announce that its customer, Red Rock Biofuels, has been awarded a $70 million grant to construct a biomass-to-liquids (BTL) plant in Oregon incorporating Velocys Fischer-Tropsch (FT) technology.
Transportation & Fuels: Energy Efficiency in Transportation, Algae, Biomass-to-liquids, Alternative Fuels, Novel Engine Solutions
Specifically, the LCSFA represents the Biomass-to-Liquids (BtL) industry.
The total market value of products produced using gas-to-liquids (GTL), coal-to-liquids (CTL), and biomass-to-liquids (BTL) technologies will increase by a factor of more than 145% in the next 5 years according to a new gas-to-liquids energy market research report from BCC Research, growing from $4.
Solena's "GreenSky California" biomass-to-liquids (BTL) facility in Northern California (Santa Clara County) will utilize post-recycled urban and agricultural wastes to produce up to 16 million gallons of neat jet fuel (as well as 14 million gallon equivalents of other energy products) per year by 2015 to support airline operations at Oakland (OAK), San Francisco (SFO) and/or San Jose (SJC).