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RENWEX 2022. Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles, the exhibition and forum are going to run in Moscow

21.03.2022 09:19:05

RENWEX 2022. Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles features an international exhibition and specialised forum run under the slogan "Creating the future of renewable energy together".

The event is going to be held in Moscow, Russia on June 21-23, 2022.

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IKAR invites 10-11 February in Moscow at the XIII International agrarian conference WHERE THE MARGIN 2022

14.01.2022 20:43:24

The Conference "Where the margin is 2022" will be held on February 10-11, 2022, in the Radisson Slavianskaya Hotel in Moscow. 13-th International Conference for agricultural producers and suppliers of agricultural inputs and services is meant for agricultural producers, farm land investors, inputs manufacturers, dealers and distributors, financiers, insurers, agribusiness investors, policy makers.

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Cargill to acquire Arkema's epoxides business

16.12.2021 10:19:37

The acquisition positions Cargill to supply the growing need for bio-based solutions for plastics, automotive and other industries.

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The 10th Asia-Pacific Biomass Energy Exhibition (APBE 2021) on August 16-18, 2021

17.05.2021 14:05:07

CHINA BIOMASS INDUSTRY TO HIT RMB 500 BILLION
In 2020, China newly installed 5.43 million kilowatt of biomass capacity, an increase of 22.6%, taking the accumulated total to 29.52 million kilowatt. The country's full-year biomass generation saw a 19.4% positive growth to 132.6 billion kWh, according to Biomass Industry Branch of China Association for the Promotion of Industrial Development.

 

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Russian student develops bioplastic in home lab amid COVID-19 pandemic

06.04.2021 05:39:16

In Russia, a student at the National University of Science and Technology MISiS has made a bioplastic from gelatin and sawdust. Valeria Solovyova, who is pursuing a master's at NUST MISiS's Technologies and Materials for Digital Production program, created the material using wood waste, gelatin, glycerin, and water. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, she had to adapt the process to work in her home lab.

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Mondi commissiones crude tall oil plant in Russia

06.04.2021 05:38:28

In Russia, Mondi has commissioned a crude tall oil plant (CTO-plant) at its Syktyvkar pulp and paper mill. The new equipment allows processing of all sulphate soap generated as a by-product of the pulp production process in the mill. As a result of this investment, the mill will be able to produce up to around 40,000 metric tons of crude tall oil annually.

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Russian and German researchers team on microalgae and duckweed production

06.04.2021 05:37:13

In Russia, researchers of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) in collaboration with Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) completed an international joint project to create a resource and CO2-neutral energy closed-loop technology from microalgae Chlorella sorokiniana and duckweed Lemna minor.

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More support needed on Ukrainian bioenergy

06.04.2021 05:32:59

The Ukrainian energy ministry's decision to halt auctions for biofuel plants could bar the country from taking advantage of its unrivalled potential, the head of the board of the Bioenergy Association of Ukraine told ICIS.

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Tatarstan is to have maize-based' petrol and catalysts all Russia needs

15.12.2019 10:28:55

The introduction of up-to-date technologies to the economy of Tatarstan was discussed at a meeting of Tatneftekhiminvest-holding's Board of Directors chaired by President of the republic Rustam Minnikhanov on 28 November. Read in Realnoe Vremya's report from the Government House on plans for the introduction of new fuel additives and catalysts that use renewable feedstock, use of digital twins of enterprises of the oil and petrochemical complex and development of a circular economy in Tatarstan, which is aimed to minimise waste and environmental pollution.

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Russians drinking less, living longer, WHO says

15.12.2019 10:27:20

Russia remains a nation of heavy drinkers, but alcohol consumption has fallen 43 percent from 2003 to 2016, a key factor in the country's rapid rise in life expectancy, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday.

 

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