Major progress for the ISOPROD programme

Completion of the first key step of the joint Global Bioenergies, IBN-One, Cristal Union and L’Oréal project  Performance levels achieved that will allow high value-added markets to be exploited  €1 million payment from ADEME received by Global Bioenergies – forecasted cash position expected to exceed €11 million at the start of the next half-year  

Global Bioenergies receives three additional fundings from the European Union, further supporting its strategy of feedstock diversification

Global Bioenergies to take part in three large H2020 projects gathering numerous academic institutions and industrialists from all over Europe  Aim at diversifying Global Bioenergies’ process to using hardwood, industrial gases and electricity as feedstocks  Grants directly to Global Bioenergies totaling €2m over 4 years   Evry (France), 15 May 2018 – Global Bioenergies (Euronext

Global Bioenergies and an industrial consortium including Sekab, Neste Engineering Solutions, Repsol and SkyNRG receive major EU funding to demonstrate the production of isobutene-derived gasoline and jetfuel from wood

European grant amounting to €13.9 million, of which €5.7 million for Global Bioenergies Industry consortium led by Global Bioenergies and bringing together Sekab, Graanul Invest, Neste Engineering Solutions, Repsol, Peab Asfalt, SkyNRG, Ajinomoto Eurolysine, IPSB, TechnipFMC and Linz University Aim at converting softwood residues into isobutene derivatives for use in gasoline and jetfuel Evry (France), 14