Catalysis for Biorefineries

In a bio-based economy the various products of the chemical industry, which are presently based on fossil resources, are need to be formed from renewable resources. Similarly to  the petrochemical refineries, in which crude oil is first fractionated and later managed in numerous, and highly integrated value chains to various petrochemicals, renewables would be treated are known as a bio-refineries. Biorefineries are becoming progressively important in providing a sustainable ways for chemical industry processes, and for the formation of bio-economic models, depends on biorefineries, used for the development of advanced products are highly combined value such as biochemicals and bioplastics. It also permits the development of "green chemistry"approaches synergy with traditional chemistry. When it decreases the heavy dependence on imports and contributions of the development, economically and environmentally sustainable production processes that provides the huge investments, and research, innovation efforts.


  • Algal fuels and Bio products
  • Hydrogen and Fuel cells
  • Natural Gas and Crude Oil
  • Advanced Biofuels
  • Biofuels Market and Future

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