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ABO updates standards for measuring algae industry operations
Date:2/6/2014

chnical Standards Committee," said Margaret McCormick, Chair of ABO's Board of Directors. "The ABO's membership extends its gratitude to the countless hours of volunteer consultation that these leading experts gave to establish a set of common measurements for a new and promising industry."

The ABO Technical Standards Committee authors of "Industrial Algae Measurements 6.0," are:

  • Dr. Lieve Laurens Committee Chair, Senior Scientist, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

  • Dr. Keith Cooksey Committee Co-Chair, Environmental Biotechnology Consultants, Professor Emeritus, Montana State University; and ABO Board Member

  • Jim Sears Former ABO Committee Chair, coordinating author of IAM 6.0, New Product Development, Boulder Labs Inc., and CTO, A2BE Carbon Capture LLC.

  • Dr. Rose Ann Cattolico, Professor of Algal Biology, University of Washington

  • Dr. Mark Edwards, Professor, Arizona State University Morrison School of Agribusiness and Resource Management, Vice President at Algae Biosciences Inc.

  • Steve Howell, President and founder of MARC-IV, Chairman of the ASTM task force on biodiesel standards

  • Adonis Neblett, Attorney, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

  • Dr. Robert McCormick, Principal Engineer, Fuels Performance, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

  • Dr. Philip Pienkos, Applied Sciences Group Manager, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

  • Gina Clapper, Technical Specialist, AOCS American Oil Chemists Society

  • Pat Ahlm, Assistant Director, Government and Regulatory Affairs at Algenol Biofuels Inc.

More than 30 industry experts and organizations reviewed and commented on the document, including individuals from industry associations, national labs, companies and research institutions.

With new production facilities planned or operating around the U.S., the algae industry is rapidly emerging as an opport
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