Leuna Demo Plant Global Bioenergies and Linde to Complete Basic Engineering
Converting sugars into the gaseous hydrocarbon isobutene: Global Bioenergies reaches milestone on the way to the commercialization of this biotechnological process and complete together with Linde the basic engineering of the demo plant in Leuna.
Leuna/Germany – In February 2014, Global Bioenergies entrusted the Engineering Division of technology company The Linde Group with the mission to deliver the basic engineering study upstream of the construction of its demonstration plant. Recently, the two companies are glad to announce that this phase has been completed successfully.
Markus Wolperdinger, Vice President Biotechnology Plants at Linde's Engineering Division said: "We are proud to deliver to Global Bioenergies a complete basic engineering package for its process to convert sugars into isobutene, a gaseous hydrocarbon. This one-of-a-kind demo plant will be an important milestone on the way to the commercialization of Global Bioenergies' innovative biotechnological processes".
Demo Plant to be Installed at Fraunhofer CBP
Rick Bockrath, VP chemical engineering at Global Bioenergies, added: "We are now ready to move on to the next phase of the project, dedicated to the construction and exploitation of the demo plant."
The demo plant, expected to be installed in the Fraunhofer CBP building at the Leuna complex, is associated with a EUR 5.7 million grant from the German Federal Ministry of Research (BMBF).
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