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The US Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Bioenergy Technologies is supplying a grant of up to $2.5 million to NatureWorks in support of its bid to sequester methane as the feedstock for its Ingeo biopolymers and intermediates.

The grant supports an ongoing multi-year joint development programme between NatureWorks and Calysta, with the specific goal of employing a fermentation process to transform renewable biomethane into lactic acid – the building block for Ingeo.

Ingeo advanced bioplastics and intermediates are used worldwide in a host of consumer and industrial products, including a wide range of nonwovens. 

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