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Gevo Doesn't Infringe Butamax's '017 Patent; Gevo was First to Invent Enzyme in '017 Patent; Gevo has Advanced Beyond That and Now Uses Different Enzymes
Date:8/8/2012

is based on invalid patents and that Gevo is the real innovator in this field," he said.

"The timing of Butamax's new litigation is curious, to say the least, coming the day before our quarterly earnings call," Lund said. "It also appears retaliatory, coming late on the same day we announced we were filing a motion for a preliminary injunction to halt their ongoing infringement of a Gevo patent."

"In April, the highly respected Biofuels Digest wrote, 'you be the judge on the merits of the timing, right in the middle of Gevo's IPO road show, Butamax sued Gevo over infringement of the patents.' Butamax also has initiated litigation timed to coincide with Gevo's secondary offering, and filed reexamination requests at the USPTO timed to coincide with the announcement of the startup of Gevo's commercial-scale production facility in Minnesota.  Many other such juxtapositions have occurred. We don't think it's coincidental. We believe this latest litigation, like all prior Butamax lawsuits, is without merit."

About Gevo

Gevo is converting existing ethanol plants into biorefineries to make renewable building block products for the chemical and fuel industries. The Company plans to convert renewable raw materials into isobutanol and renewable hydrocarbons that can be directly integrated on a "drop-in" basis into existing chemical and fuel products to deliver environmental and economic benefits. Gevo is committed to a sustainable biobased economy that meets society's needs for plentiful food and clean air and water. For more information, visit www.gevo.com 

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