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BlueFire Named One of Top 20 Bioenergy Companies for Second Consecutive Year
Date:12/4/2009

ster, CA project and invited the company to continue onto Part Two of the process;
  • Solazyme, Inc., the market leading algal synthetic biology company ranked number one on Biofuels Digest's "50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy" list, began testing sugars produced through BlueFire's patented process for compatibility with Solazyme's renewable oil process to effectively produce oil at scale.

"BlueFire's work with Solazyme demonstrates emerging synergies among bioenergy companies that will further the industry as a whole. Industry innovation, together with a policy framework that sends clear and strong market signals to attract capital into the sector, would enable cellulosic fuels to achieve its full market potential," added Klann.

Winners of Biofuels Digest's "50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy" award will be honored at a presentation in Washington DC on April 27, 2010, in conjunction with the Advanced Biofuels Development Summit. Rankings were based on the votes of the Biofuels Digest award panel and reflected the importance of news announcements made in 2009. Votes were weighted by industry and region to ensure a fair and broad representation of companies and technologies.

About BlueFire Ethanol Fuels

BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc. was established to deploy a commercially ready, patented and proven Concentrated Acid Hydrolysis Technology Process for the profitable conversion of cellulosic waste materials ("Green Waste") to ethanol, a viable alternative to gasoline. BlueFire is the only cellulose-to-ethanol company worldwide with demonstrated production of ethanol from urban trash (post-sorted MSW), rice and wheat straws, wood waste and other agricultural residues.

BlueFire is one of four companies awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Energy under the Energy Policy Act of 2005 to construct cellulosic biorefinery production facilities. BlueFire
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