Blue Sugars claims first cellulosic RIN, extends Petrobras deal
July 3, 2012
Blue Sugars Corp., formerly KL Energy Corp., can lay claim to a first in the world of cellulosic ethanol technology developers.
Blue Sugars to Install Ethanol Technology at Brazil Mills
June 28, 2012
Blue Sugars Corp., a U.S. producer of cellulosic ethanol, will provide its technology to three Brazilian sugar-cane mills by 2015 to take advantage of cheap feedstock.
June 27, 2012
KL Energy Corporation announces that, in order to reflect all the significant changes the company has undergone in the past two years and its business focus on the sustainable production of cellulosic sugars and ethanol, the company will change its name to Blue Sugars Corporation.
June 26, 2012 - MarketWire
KL Energy Corporation announces that ethanol, produced in its US demonstration plant, has been successfully tested by Petrobras in a large-scale trial in Brazil and will be used during the Rio+20 Conference, a United Nations-sponsored international meeting on sustainable development, to fuel a dedicated minivan fleet servicing the Rio +20 event.
KL Energy Corporation Announces New Joint Development Agreement With Petrobras SA
June 25, 2012 - MarketWire
6/25/12 - Blue Sugars Corporation completes the first phase of the JDA with Petrobras, ships all cellulosic ethanol, produced in 2011 from sugarcane bagasse in KLE’s demonstration plant, to Petrobras in Brazil, records the first cellulosic ethanol RIN credits issued by the EPA, extends the scope of the JDA and signs Technology and Patent License Agreement with Petrobras.
EIA issues 2012 cellulosic biofuel predictions
November 16, 2011 - Kris Bevill, Ethanol Producer Magazine
The U.S. DOE’s Energy Information Administration predicts that only six cellulosic biofuel producers will make fuel available for sale in 2012, producing a total of just 6.9 million gallons of fuel over the course of the coming year.
Petroleo Brasileiro SA to invest $11 million to update technology
August 23, 2010 - Andrew Herndon, Bloomberg.com
Blue Sugars Corp., a cellulosic ethanol producer, said Petroleo Brasileiro SA will invest $11 million to update technology at the company's Wyoming plant so it can convert sugar cane waste into biofuel.
Brazil's Petrobras Turns To South Dakota For New Ethanol Technology
August 26, 2010 - Christopher Helman, Forbes.com
Brazil's oil giant Petrobras announced yesterday that it is investing $11 million in upstart cellulosic ethanol producer Blue Sugars.
Biofuel plant in Wyoming to work with sugar cane waste
August 24, 2010 - BOB MOEN, Bloomberg.com
(CHEYENNE, Wyo) Wyoming is a long way from places where sugar cane is grown, but a test plant in the northeast part of the state will soon be turning sugar cane waste into biofuel.
Petrobras America Inc. Signs Joint Development Agreement with Blue Sugars Corporation to Optimize its Technology to Produce Cellulosic Ethanol from Sugarcane Bagasse.
August 24, 2010 - Blue Sugars Corporation Press Release
Petrobras through Petrobras America, today announced that it entered into a Joint Development Agreement with Blue Sugars Corporation (Blue SugarsG.PK, "Blue Sugars"), to jointly optimize Blue Sugars's proprietary cellulosic ethanol process technology for sugarcane bagasse feedstock ("Bagasse").
2010 "Transformative Technologies 30" announced by Biofuels Digest
June 21, 2010 - Biofuels Digest.com
In Florida, Biofuels Digest announced the winners of its "30 Most Transformative Technologies of 2010" poll. The publication's readers submitted more than 48,000 votes from 3,500 ballots during the three-week voting process.
The readers chose between transformative bioenergy technologies at more than 250 companies, universities and national laboratories, including 100 organizations that received write-in votes.