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Blue Biofuels, Inc. (BIOF)

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  • GlobeNewswire

    Blue Biofuels Achieves Over 99% Conversion of Cellulose

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, Jan. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Blue Biofuels, Inc. (PINK: BIOF). (the “Company” or “BIOF”) is pleased to announce that it has achieved full conversion ( 99% + ) of king grass cellulosic material to water soluble sugars on a repeatable basis. This conversion occurs with a reaction time of under one minute. This achievement was accomplished with the Company’s upgraded 4th generation CTS 2.0 (Cellulose to Sugar) reactor system that has been designed to allow further proce

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    Blue Biofuels, Inc. Expands Technology License Agreement with Vertimass

    Vertimass’ ethanol to renewable chemicals and jet fuel offers ethanol producers new product capabilities PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, Jan. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Blue Biofuels, Inc. (PINK: BIOF). – Vertimass and Blue biofuels have expanded on their previous license agreement to allow Blue Biofuels to convert additional volumes of ethanol into renewable jet fuel and other bio-hydrocarbons using Vertimass technology. Blue Biofuels believes this expanded license agreement has the potential to assi

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    The USDA and Blue Biofuels Collaborate to Optimize Yields of King Grass for Cellulosic Ethanol Production

    PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, Dec. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Blue Biofuels, Inc. (PINK: BIOF) Blue Biofuels, Inc. (the “Company” or “BIOF”) and the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service (“USDA ARS”) are collaborating on optimizing the yields of Pennisetum hybridum, commonly known as king grass, a perennial grass biomass crop, that the Company is using as feedstock for its patented cellulose to sugar (“CTS”) process. The USDA ARS and BIOF are cooperating to develop

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