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Date:10/18/2007

the new facility. He remarked, "The launching of this initiative in Woburn will unleash breakthrough technology and catapult BioEnergy as the standard bearer in next-generation cellulosic biorefineries. It builds on the foundation of BioEnergy's core competency as the leading producer of specialty chemicals using microbial fermentation of biomass sugars-including cellulosic 5 and 6 carbon sugars-and our unrivalled expertise in processing certain cellulosic feedstocks such as bagasse."

Dr. Moniruzziman is responsible for BioEnergy's worldwide research and development efforts to advance and optimize biologically derived and environmentally friendly bio-based products. BioEnergy's decade of experience in enzyme development and scaling up of cellulosic technologies has allowed the company to contribute to the transformation of the U.S. economy from dependence on petrochemical-based products toward bio-based and renewable fuels.

Senior Vice President for Research and Development Dr. Joseph Glas stated, "I predict that the science and engineering leaders in our state-of-the-art facility will develop technologies for the commercialization of biorefinery processes and products that will win the race for production of the first commercial bio-refined chemicals derived from cellulosic wastes."

Chairman of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Climate Change Edward J. Markey commented, "I'm delighted to welcome BioEnergy to Woburn. The company's forward-thinking and innovative approach to the development of biofuels will help us to, first, rely more on home-grown fuel derived from plants grown in the Mid-West instead of oil from the Middle East; and ultimately, to produce fuel from the waste stream of urban areas of Metropolitan Boston."

Congressman Bill Delahunt said, "I want to congratulate Steve Gatto and BioEnergy International for their success in developing this project here in Massachusetts. Our region has the potential to be a world l
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