4th Quarter 1995 - Biologue - Businesses and Professionals Making a Difference
in the Industry
Aug. 19, 1995 - Citizen - New Becker Plant Would Make Alcohol from Garbage
March 1, 2002 - JGC Corporation wins grant
from NEDO for Phase II scale-up funding for Arkenol Process. Schedule calls
for start-up in August 2002. Sized at nominal 4 tons per day, the unit will
serve as the design basis for scale-up. Targeted feedstocks include rice straw,
palm waste, waste paper, and wood wastes. Click
here for current site photos.
November 13, 2001 - Amalgamated Research Inc.
Receives Idaho Industrial Summit Innovation Award for work on Reducing Costs
of Chromatographic Separation Unit for Arkenol Process.
April 2001 - JGC completes successful pilot program,
applies for Phase II scale-up funding from NEDO.
May 6-9, 2001 - JGC and Arkenol jointly present
poster at NREL's 23rd Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals in
January, 2001 - Arkenol facilitates exchange of
NREL Z. mobilis to JGC for evaluation for ethanol production during pilot
October 13, 2000 - JGC's Pilot Plant based on Arkenol's
Technology Successfully Processes Rice Straw, Waste Paper, Cedar Tree Waste,
and Palm Waste. Click
here for site photos.
Sept. 1, 2000 - JGC Corporation wins NEDO
award to Assess Arkenol's Technology at Pilot Scale.
Feb. 28, 2000 - Nissho Iwai and JGC Corporation
Enter Into Cooperation Agreement with Arkenol for Technology Licensing for
June 1, 1998 -LL Knickerbocker - China's Central Resource Northern Development Corp.
Signs Letter of Intent to Invest $10 Million for 5% Equity in Arkenol Asia,
Dec. 11, 1997 - LL Knickerbocker
- Arkenol Asia Inc., California, Central Resource Northern Development Co.,
China, and Regal Best Limited, Hong Kong sign a Memorandum of Understanding
to Build Biorefineries in China.
Aug. 27, 1997 - LL Knickerbocker
- LL Knickerbocker and Arkenol in Joint Venture