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January 31, 2013
14:50 EDTGEVO, KIOR, SZYM, AMRS, PEIX, ANDE, GPRE, ADM, REX, BIOFEPA proposes 2013 renewable fuel standards
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing the 2013 percentage standards for four fuel categories that are part of the agency’s Renewable Fuel Standard program. The proposal will be open for a 45-day public comment period and EPA will consider feedback from a range of stakeholders before the proposal is finalized. The proposed 2013 overall volumes and standards include total renewable fuels at 16.55B gallons, including biomass-based diesel at 1.28B gallons, advanced biofuels at 2.75B gallons and cellulosic biofuels at 14M gallons. The Fly notes companies whose business involves ethanol for use in transportation include Archer Daniels (ADM), Andersons (ANDE), Biofuel Energy (BIOF), Green Plains (GPRE), Pacific Ethanol (PEIX) and REX American Resources (REX). Other companies involved in biofuel and renewable fuels include Solazyme (SZYM), Gevo (GEVO), Amyris (AMRS) and KiOR (KIOR). Reference Link
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09:24 EDTADMArcher Daniels to acquire Eatem Foods
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07:33 EDTGEVOGevo announces sale of Isooctene to BCD Chemie
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September 25, 2015
14:43 EDTPEIXPacific Ethanol management to meet with Craig-Hallum
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September 23, 2015
09:22 EDTGEVOGevo to host business news update conference call
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08:36 EDTGEVOGevo sees FY16 EBITDA burn rate of $3.5M-$4.5M
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08:31 EDTAMRSAmyris announces TIA investment agreement with DARPA
Amyris announced a multi-year, Technology Investment Agreement worth up to $35M with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's, or DARPA, Biological Technologies Office to create new research and development tools and technologies that will significantly reduce the time and cost of bringing new molecules to market. Amyris has chosen five specialized subcontractors to assist in achieving these innovations. According to DARPA, its focus in working with industrial biotechnology companies is to competitively solicit "innovative proposals to develop new tools, technologies and methodologies" to create new capabilities in biotech. The tools and infrastructure developed through DARPA-funded efforts are expected to enable the rapid and scalable development of transformative defense-relevant products and systems that are currently too complex to access.

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