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ExxonMobil and University of Wisconsin-Madison transportation fuel research agreement


Published Dec 17, 2015
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The University of Wisconsin-Madison and ExxonMobil have announced a two-year agreement to research the fundamental chemistry of converting biomass into transportation fuels. The research is a part of a broad effort to identify meaningful and scalable solutions to meet increasing global energy demand.

UW-Madison long has been known for its expertise in biomass conversion, and the project leverages the University’s expertise alongside the resources and technology development of ExxonMobil. George Huber, the Harvey D. Spangler professor of chemical and biological engineering at UW-Madison, is working closely with ExxonMobil scientists to build a stronger understanding of the basic chemical transformations that occur during biomass conversion into diesel and jet fuels.

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